Not all streams of consciousness are created equal. As a writing technique, stream of consciousness helped Jack Kerouac become the literary and cultural giant that to this day he is remembered be. So long as there is “fuel in the tank,” then streams of consciousness can yield astonishing results as most definitely is the case with the Fabien Baron story in the latest issue of Interview. “This portfolio is a stream-of-consciousness collection of faces, places, and thoughts on my mind right now, memories that haven’t yet faded away, and the premonitions of what is to come.” The expansive 16-page story styled by Karl Templer includes Anna Cleveland, Binx, Grace Hartzel, Lida Fox, Lili Sumner, and Lineisy Montero as well as new faces Avery Tharp, Briley Jones, Bruna Rosa, Kailey Hsu, and Tong Zhang. The variety of situations range from the comic, as in the case with Binx (pictured) and her three superbad friends who are all fittingly styled to be the “girl gang supergroup” they are, to the genuinely wild, as in Grace fitted and fully accessorized with all Miu Miu everything. This story is truly in the air and may it never land so long as the consciousnesses keep streaming.

Credits include: Publication, Interview October 2015; Title, “In The Air”; Photography, Fabien Baron; Styling, Karl Templer; Hair, Duffy for Vidal Sasson at Streeters London, Shay Ashual at Art Partner; Makeup, Mark Carrasquillo at Art Partner; Manicure, Eri Handa for Dior Vernis at MAM; Set Design, Stefan Beckman at Exposure NY; Production, Brachfeld NY.

Binx & Co | Interview October 2015 (Photography: Fabien Baron)

Binx & Co | Interview October 2015 (Photography: Fabien Baron)