Barbarism begins at home
This story starring Mia at Premier and Zovi at First centres on the idea of hereditary and inter-generational discontent.
It explores how class can often define our approach to life as well as preclude our access to economic growth .
Freud viewed the psyche or mind as ‘home’, in his book the Interpretation of Dreams but home can represent constraint; the familiar walls that once presented safety and comfort begin to suffocate and contain.. inevitably this concept of home and of class impedes our progress through life and we are compelled to leave it behind.
Photography and art direction XANTHE HUTCHINSON
Fashion SONIA GENDERS
Make up CHARLIE MURRAY using Prada Beauty & Shiseido Skincare
Hair EMMA TIERNEY
Set Design MAISIE SHELBOURNE
Stylist’s Assistant THEA HOLMES
Make up Assistant – AIMEE HEVERAN
Models ZOVI GRIEVE | @firstmodelmanagement and
MIA ARLOVE | @premiermodelmanagement
Special thanks to SARAH McDONALD
Who will not grow up
Must be taken in hand
Who will not settle down
They must be taken in hand
A crack on the head
Is what you get for not asking
And a crack on the head
Is what you get for asking”
Lyrics from The Smiths