Photographed by Sam Cannon
Styled by Phil Gomez
Is fashion a lie? We use it to tell the world about ourselves—but we don’t always have to tell the truth. We try on different pieces and personas, imagining the drama that might ensue from any given choice. An alternate outfit could lead to an alternate persona. Who is that person in the mirror?
Look 1: (L) Dress by Cheng, $850; top by Eleen Halvorseen, $560; hat by Heidi Lee, $500; shoes by Privileged, $92; tights by Wolford, $49. (R) Dress by Cheng, $850; hat by Heidi Lee, $500; shoes by Privileged, $92; tights by Wolford, $49.
Look 2: (L) Choker and cuffs by Bond Hardware, price upon request; suit by Luar; tights by Givenchy (vintage); shoes by Privileged, $98. (R) Choker and cuffs by Bond Hardware, price upon request; top and pants by Luar; belt, vintage; shoes by Privileged, $98.
Look 3: (L) Coat and belt by Luar; dress by Ricky King, $450; bracelets and cuffs by Bond Hardware, price upon request; shoes by Melissa, $145. (R) Dress by Ricky King, $500; leather choker by Eleen Halvorsen, $200; top by Queenie Cao; shoes by Melissa, $145.
SAM CANNON is an artist and director in Brooklyn.
PHIL GOMEZ is a fashion artist, curator, and creative director in Brooklyn and has a Chinese Crested named Warhol.
BRENN LORENZO and JULES LORENZO are Brooklyn-based twins who act, sing, and skate.
Story producer: Mikki Halpin. Producer: Lauren Teng. First assistant and digi: Sol Ji Park. Second assistant: Harrison O’Brien. Hair: Lorenzo Diaz. Hair assistant: Nevada Raffaele. Makeup: Alana Wright. Casting: Rebel Casting Company.