Left: Trousers by Hey Mayner and Top by Ainur Turisbek. Right: Jacket by Oamc and Shoes by Arpent.

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Right: Jacket worn on top by Sankuanz, Jacket worn underneath from Vintage Clothing Paris.

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Left: Top worn underneath from Ignacia ZordanJumpsuit by Sankuanz and Shoes by Oamc. Right: Trousers by Oamc and Shirt by Lutz Huelle.

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Caot by Drome.

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Left: Trousers by Oamc, Coat by Aimur Turisbek, Jacket by Guntas and Socks by Falke. Right: Trousers by Ignacia Zordan, Top by Christian Dada and Jacket by Lutz Huelle.

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Right: Top by Ignacia Zordan and Earrings Model's own.

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Left: Jumper by Christian Dada. Right: Trousers by Veronique Leroy, Top by Per Spook from Vintage Clothing Paris, Jacket by Christian DadaShoes by Guntas and Gloves stylist's own.


In Red Voice, the lines of gender and status are blurred, and existing dimensions of desire and intention are complicated, all in an attempt to reimagine a world whose reconstruction might just begin with multiple demolitions: of status quo, of illegitimate hierarchies, and of inherited tropes of inequality. The limits of the individual as central figure of their own narrative are being visually explored, with every frame left unsettled, undone, and the story yet to be finished.

Red Voice gives photographer Aleksandra Adamzcyk and stylist Yumna Mirza the possibility to blend elements of visual production, setting, and creative direction, in a manner that proposes a necessary re-evaluation of notions of identity, space, and personal freedom.


PhotographerAleksandra Adamzcyk

StylistYumna Mirza

Set Designers - Laura O’rorke & Thibaut Van Elslande

SculptureLupanar, 2013 by Clémentine Adou

Make-Up ArtistConstance Haond

GromingYumiko Hikage

TalentDustin Muchuvitz

Photographer's Assistant - Fred Barlet