The ways of altering reality have never been as diverse as in our digital age. With the rise of photoshop, 3D and VR art, it’s easier than ever to change reality to a degree that the altered “fake” reality is almost undistinguishable from the “real” reality. The question comes up: what is real at all?
Published in the #4 issue FUTURISM
Photography Michelle Du Xuan @michelleduxuan
assisted by Joffrey Montes @joffreymontes
Styling by me @veronika.dorosheva
assisted by Louis Guimard @lgmdr
Producer Reda Ait @thempresents
Models Smilla Herbst @smillaherbst_ @metropolitanmodelsgroup Dominyka Angelyte @dominykaan @letitgomgmt
Mao Xiao Xing @xingxingmao1 Elena @ele4u @letitgomgmt and Duyovana @sheldonismo @premium_models
Hair Styling by Miha Oshima @mihaoshima using @balmainhaircouture
Makeup by Thierry Do Nascimento @thierry.do.nascimento using @patmcgrath
assisted by Anaelle de Martel @de_a_coudre_maispv
Set Design by Caroline Rose Curdy @carolinerosecurdy
assisted by Ida Michel @boulevard_cliche
Location manager Hervè Coutin @herve_coutin @badtothebonemagazine
Featured designers: Acne Studios, Abra Paris, Alan Crocetti, Alighieri, Alphonse Maitrepierre, Andrea Crews, A.A. Spectrum by Elisabet Stamm, Asics, Baserange, Boramy Viguier, Delfina Delettrez, Florentina Leitner, In Gold We Trust Paris, J. Simone, Nour Hammour, Leo, Litkovskaya, Marta Martino, Marrknull, Ronald Van der Kemp, Vanessa Schindler, Vinti Andrews.
Special thanks to Dariusz at LIMITÉE PR, Tine at Berg France, Capucine at Lucien Pages Communication, Axel at Ritual Projects, Ophélie at Autrement PR, Marie at Such&Such Paris, Jonathan at Radical PR, Giulia at Public Image PR, Louis Guimard, Herve at Bad to the Bone Magazine, Reda at Them Presents, Noémie Bertolino and all brands involved.