“I learnt to type in high school”

Daisy Lowe and Adwoa Aboah are office-bound in ‘Working Girls’, Robbie Spencer's February issue shoot and film by Robi Rodriguez

The office is silent, bar a photocopier's hum and the rhythmic tapping of keyboards. The new girl, Kamila Filipcikova, struggling to adjust her headset, breaks the silence; "I learnt to type in high school, but they did not teach me how to multi-task." Matter of fact one liners pepper this short film by Robi Rodriguez, styled by Dazed fashion director Robbie Spencer for the February issue shoot, 'Working Girl'. Separated by desks, office dividers and pinboards the women each appear to form a distinct office character – Daisy Lowe, the vamp in dark winged eyeliner; Lili Sumner, the career girl in a Vivienne Westwood power suit; and Adwoa Aboah changing into a Dries Van Noten cocktail dress, checking her make up before heading out for post-work drinks. Alongside the film, here we reveal the full set of images from the shoot.



Photography and film Robi Rodriguez

Styling Robbie Spencer

Hair Mark Hampton

Make up Thomas de Kluyver

Models Adwoa Aboah, Daisy Lowe, Lili Sumner, Kamila Filipcikova, Misha Hart, Arlette Ess, Lola Lali, Michelle Urvall-Nyren, Roberta Hollis, Zoe Knibbs

Set design Janina Pedan

Photographic assistant Federico Radealli

Digital operator Sonny McCartney

Styling assistants Gabriel Lahanque, Katy Fox, Noa Zarfati

Hair assistant Tuesday-Rose Mullings

Make up assistant Gillian Campbell

Set design assistant Polly Philp

Casting Noah Shelley