The Dazed 100

Redefining style and youth culture in 2015 and beyond

Dazed 100

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At a time when Vimeo and YouTube have democratised video making, London’s underground film club Reely ‘N’ Truly, run by Frank Lebon, is one of most exciting moving image platforms offline. Established in Soho 30 years ago by his father, cult Buffalo photographer Mark Lebon, the club is now part of the DoBeDo collective that Frank runs (“It’s a family ting!”) with brother Tyrone. Fresh from directing his first music video for Jesse James Solomon, the LCC student has his sights set on Paris Hilton as his next subject.

How would you sum up what you do in a sentence?

Frank Lebon: Move images.

What’s your favourite song and movie of 2014?

Frank Lebon: Babe Heaven, “Friday Sky”, and Reely and Truly by Tyrone Lebon.

How do you think style and pop culture will change in 2015?

Frank Lebon: I like the idea of grime hitting the US in a big way. I also think practicality, within style, will be big: style can be way too impractical.

What’s the most exciting thing about the music, film and fashion industries today?

Frank Lebon: That they interlink more than ever.

Instagram: @frankleboner

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