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Night Shift
Sabrina wears panelled leather jacket and skirt by Fendi; rose gold earcuff by Repossi; model wears jeans by TopshopPhotography Pierre Debusschere, styling Robbie Spencer, hair Vi, make-up Adrien Pinault

Pierre Debusschere's Night Shift

Amidst the electric buzz of neon lights, Debusschere unveils his latest Dazed shoot and talks the future of fashion film

Taken from the December issue of Dazed & Confused

In Pierre Debusschere's devil-may-care story with styling by Robbie Spencer, model Sabrina Ioffreda electrifies a Belgian nightclub and suffers through the next day's comeuppance. It's a narrative we've all experienced, but one that lends itself to the lens. Photographer Pierre Debusschere is no stranger to fashion film – he's been exploring since his first editorial for Dazed, 21st Century Boy, in 2009. “The future of fashion film is ours to make," explains Debusschere of the evolving platform. "It is still a young medium and we all have the chance to find our own personal language within it. People say nobody watches moving pieces over 1:30 but it’s not true – I have seen the complete opposite in my work. We should leave spaces open for people to decide what they want to see or not by experimenting with different formats and narrative ideas. Maybe we’ll fail at some points along the way, but ultimately it will push the medium forward.”

Photography Pierre Debusschere

Styling Robbie Spencer

Hair Vi at Management Artists

Make-up Adrien Pinault at Management Artists using Mac

Model Sabrina Ioffreda at Next

Photographic assistants Ismael Moumin, Christian Jimenes

Styling assistant Coline Bach

Production 254Forest and Art+Commerce

Casting Noah Shelley for AM Casting

Special thanks Rebecca Cuglietta, Pierre Daras, Quentin Devillers, Nicolas Lefebure and the Bloodylouis team