Anders Hayward For Issue 8

18 May 2015

At Boys By Girls, we love to keep telling the chapters of our favorite boys as they grow and move forward. For the latest issue, ‘The Trouble With Boys’ we meet again with the inspiring Anders Hayward at Supa Model Management after we last featuring him and his dancing talents in our fifth issue Lessons. This time we feature him with our unique BBG approach, stripped back from the glamorous world of modelling, at his own home in North London.

Captured by Editor-in-Chief Cecilie Harris, we see Anders Hayward in a scenic 16-page editorial feature inside the heart of the Issue. Two years have passed since we were last awed by Anders' dance and choreography talent, although in our hearts it only seems like yesterday. In this chapter we take a different perspective, learning more about Anders behind the face of the Burberry Christmas ad, behind the mask of a top 50 model - Anders, being simply Anders.

From bicycles to guitars, Anders takes us back to basics, and into a world of creating your own opportunities. A world where you can do anything, as long as you put your heart and hard work to it. As someone who is setting his own mark in the world of fashion by combinging his two world of modelling and dance - Anders is an inspiration to us all.

With the help of stylist David Nolan and groomer Selena Middleton, Cecilie Harris captures an ultra-picturesque feature with a classic approach to styling. A timeless ensemble is created in every image, as we follow and move with Anders from frame to frame.

To see more than the previews below, you can pick up the full 16-page feature by getting your very own copy of Issue 8 in stores or online.

Photography CECILIE HARRIS
Fashion DAVID NOLAN
Grooming SELENA MIDDLETON using La Roche Posay and Korres Hair Care
Model ANDERS HAYWARD at SUPA Model Management

Words by Rachel Abebrese.

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