Body by Wolford, Top by José Arboleda and Gloves by Georges Morand.
Left: Shirt by Ernest W. Baker, Top by José Arboleda, Coat by Uniforme Paris and Earrings Vintage. Right: Trousers by Raphaël Caron, Jumper by Uniforme Paris and Shoes by Neith Nyer.
Trousers, Jacket and Shoes by Neith Nyer.
Trousers and Jacket by Ernest W. Baker and Shirt by Uniforme Paris.
Trousers stylist's own, Jumper Vintage and Jacket by Ernest W. Baker.
Left: Shirt by Uniforme Paris, Vest Top by Ernest W. Baker and Bag by José Arboleda. Right: Trousers by Quoï Alexander.
Right: Trousers by Raphaël Caron, Shirt by Ernest W. Baker, Top by Uniforme Paris, Hat by Neith Nyer and Socks by Falke.
Left: Shirt by Uniforme Paris, Hat by Soo Hyunpark, Glove by Georges Morand and Necklace stylist's own. Right: Trousers and Shirt by Uniforme Paris.
Shot entirely on an analog camera by photographer Clémentine Passet, this story follows its character in a particular environment, typically Parisian indoor settings, setting a tone of a bohemian lifestyle, inviting the viewer to rethink established ideas of class and taste in connection with creativity and freedom of expression.
Stylist Samuel Bardaji avoids gender-specific styling, in an attempt to match the sense of universality and intelligentsia of a certain era. The evolution of the character is evident, visually caught in a display that includes famous thinkers and notable figures.