Graham Dunn stepped up on the Ben Trovato stage back in November with his fashion editorial starring Sabine at Next, entitled The Girl At The End Of The World. We loved it, you loved it, and Graham loved it. So much that only a bit over a month after his first story we’re pulling the wraps off of his second shoot for us; an editorial and film entitled I Just Wanna Have Something To Do.
“The story is a day in the life of two best friends who are tuff enuff,” Graham tells us, inspired by the Ramones song I Just Want To Have Something To Do.
The stars of the editorial and film are Jenny Sirney with Click, and Kelley Ash with Q, who should be a familiar face to the Ben Trovato reader since this is the fourth Ben Trovato editorial she appears in.
Stylist Coryn Madley, who also styled the infamous Libertine by Harper Smith, joined the team together with makeup artist Karina Moore, and hair stylist Danielle Cedillo. “Karina and Danielle did some beautiful retro makeup and hair, and Coryn and Wild At Heart collaborated on the styling, throwing in hints of Kurt Cobain, Patti Smith, and Joan Jett,” Graham says. “Of course Jenny and Kelley played the two rockstars perfectly.”
The team was great to work with— We tore around L.A. leaving behind a wake of french fries and broken hearts.
Shot & Cut by Graham Dunn
Styled by Coryn Madley with Wild At Heart
Hair by Danielle Cedillo
Makeup by Karina Moore
Models are Kelley Ash @ Q & Jenny Sirney @ Click
Music is “I Just Wanna Have Something To Do” by The Ramones
All clothing is vintage.