English Version | The Brunch Club

18 Jul 2023
By Vogue Portugal

It's The Breakfast Club (1985), revised and augmented. A sequel to the famous 80's movie, if budget were an issue, the casting room was a last-minute-booked public pool and the location was a favor called in on the producer's uncle. For everything else, well, there's everything, in a 2.0 version designed for 2023.

It's The Breakfast Club (1985), revised and augmented. A sequel to the famous 80's movie, if budget were an issue, the casting room was a last-minute-booked public pool and the location was a favor called in on the producer's uncle. For everything else, well, there's everything, in a 2.0 version designed for 2023. There's the bad boy, the privileged, the athlete, the artist, the nerd and a series of other characters that reflect a multitude of young people who are today a reflection of what they should represent. All are popular in their tribes, none of them is popular per se, because their special characteristics place them in a circle apart: one that is theirs alone, which is the manifest of a unique identity, but above all, an honest one. An amalgam of references not always perceived, but always true. And above all, popular with each of those who wear them, even if unpopular with others. Creative direction by An Le and Victoria Pavon. Photography by An Le. Styling by Elena Psalti.

Translated from the original in The [Un]Popular Issue, published July 2023.Full stories and credits on the print issue.

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