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Amelia Abraham (b. 1991) is a journalist from London. Having worked as a commissioning editor at VICE and Refinery29, she is now writing freelance and working on her first book. Her main interest is LGBTQ culture and identity politics, and she has written on or around this topic for The Guardian, The Observer, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The New Statesman, ES Magazine, VICE, i-D magazine and Dazed & Confused. She also writes about feminist issues, human rights issues, health policy, arts and sex. Her first book will be published by Picador.

 

Jake Hall is a freelance writer on topics ranging from sex and queer history to politics. He’s also studying for a PhD and is working on a thesis which explores high fashion through the academic lens of queer theory.

 
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After attending Pratt Institute and Parsons School of Design in New York, David Croland moved to London where he began his illustration career with his first jobs from British Bazaar. Back in New York, Halston commissioned Croland to draw the designer's favourite women including Elsa Peretti, Marisa Berenson, Paloma Picasso, and Loulou de la Falaise. Mentor Andy Warhol commissioned him to do the back covers of Interview magazine. Portraits of Cher, Gloria Vanderbilt, Lee Radziwell, and Bianca Jagger for magazines and private collections followed, as did work for Vogue, Bazaar, The New York Times, The New Yorker. Photography assignments from Glamour, British Vogue, Diane von Furstenberg, and British publications followed.