• André Edwards - Pride Month
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Six photoshoots that represent the 6 primary colors of the Queer Pride flag.

Creative Direction & Styling by me

Photography & Edits by @passenger & @bullvisuals

A demon spirit that has sexual intercourse with mortals. The demons were generally believed to appear most frequently during sleep or in nightmares.

Orange to me represents youth, optimism, and success. Although my family was faced with the loss of my dad and the intensity that followed years after, we remained optimistic about the future and didn’t let our struggles define us or hold us back. No matter where I’m at in my journey of life I will always view myself as successful and am grateful for how far I’ve come and will go.

“Bad things do happen. How I respond to them defines my character and the quality of my life. I can choose to sit in perpetual sadness, immobilized by the gravity of my loss, or I can choose to rise from the pain and treasure the most precious gift I have – life itself.” – Walter Anderson

Inspired by Vivienne Westwood’s Autumn/Winter ‘22 campaign by Andreas Kronthaler and shot by Juergen Teller, this photoshoot pays homage to the late Vivienne Westwood and her incredible legacy.

"[Gender] was never the most important thing for me." ― Vivienne Westwood

Inspired by a story as old as time, this is a reinterpretation of the allure of the forbidden fruit.

“Eat the fruit and you can have the desires of your heart. It's not evil, it's noble and good.” -  The Serpent

Inspired by Mowalola’s Fall ‘20 campaign shot/edited by Conor Cunningham, Indigo represents creativity and dignity. Mowalola Ogunlesi’s fearlessness to push boundaries and explore new avenues in fashion inspired me to recreate an iconic photoshoot from her brand.

“I think people are trying to make me go in a certain way and I still want to be very in control of what I do with my life, so I don’t give a f*ck. I’m going to do what is good for me because at the end of the day, I have myself and I need to take care of her.” - Mowalola Ogunlesi

The color violet to me represents royalty and wisdom. This photoshoot pays homage to the pioneering and fearless Grace Jones. Grace Jones’ androgynous appearance, skin-baring looks, and bold style inspire me daily to push the boundaries of fashion and gender norms within my style and self-expression.

“Hiding, secrets, and not being able to be yourself is one of the worst things ever for a person. It gives you low self-esteem. You never get to reach that peak in your life. You should always be able to be yourself and be proud of yourself.” - Grace Jones