MO(U)RNING is a depiction of emotion and life through the passage of time. We use dark to light and day to night movements as a way to convey growth and change. We support this through the use of color and wardrobe.
Excerpt from the Fader with Anne Dereaux:
“We went very heavy [with] concept: morning vs mourning, waking up anew, but only after going through the agony of losing something or someone close to your heart,” Dereaux told The FADER over email. “The mutating halos are representative of my journey through the cosmos, sun down to sun up, from being broken to becoming whole again. There’s lots of symbolism, much of which is kind of fun to leave up to interpretation.”