Lily McMenamy and Barbara Lear put paid to the notion that black and white are somehow inexpressive colors in the Spring 2014 campaign for Pièce d’Anarchive. Sisters Deborah and Priscilla Royer, who founded the label in 2011, collaborated with renown visual artist Jean-Pierre Raynaud for the collection, which clearly draws inspiration from the Frenchman’s oeuvre. Screen after screen of black and white looks meld together in an almost hypnotic manner, which is what the French label in particular had in mind when it booked Lily. “[Lily] moved and watched the camera as if she was casting a spell on it,” recounted sisters Royer in a recent interview with Dazed Digital. Don’t take their word for it, though, watch for yourself…

Please visit Dazed Digital to read the interview in full.

Credits include: Client, Pièce d’Anarchive; Campaign, Spring 2014; Creative direction, Erotyka Tokyo Paris; Photography, Takuya Uchiyama; Styling, Deborah & Priscilla Royer; Sound design, Wladimir Schall; Hair, Yusuke Taniguchi; Makeup, Lyne Desnoyers for M∙A∙C Cosmetics; Location, Studio Rouchon.