Luke Worrall For APCY

19 December 2012

Our next preview of our latest Boys by Girls issue ‘A Place Called Youth’ is of our super cool editorial by photographer Georgie Wileman, featuring cool kid Luke Worrall (D1 Models). “Luke In Colour” is a new look at today’s youth, with its edgy styling by Chad Burton, we get a glimpse into the fashions of today’s east London boys. The shoot features a great combination of block colour and quirky, clashing prints that London Menswear has become known for.

Combining both vintage and designer clothing and accessories, the whole look is brought together with Georgie’s use of flash photography and her technique of using a different coloured flash filter for each shot. The result is a hypnotisingly colourful editorial that continues to reveal subtleties of Luke’s personality. Hair by John Mullan and makeup by Christabel Riley,

Make sure you check out the full series of images in the new issue, which you can find out more about here. While you're in the mood for Luke you can also check one of his previous editorials with Boys by Girls, shot by Cecilie Harris for our 3rd issue “The 4th Floor”.

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