If you haven't seen Harry Styles' latest music video for Late Night Talking, make sure you do it as soon as possible. The visual follows Styles as he spends the entire day in a secluded room before disappearing down a strange, Alice In Wonderland-esque, white rabbit hole created out of crisp white sheets. Along the way, he ends up in a massive room-sized bed, a recreation of Tracey Emins' 1998 art piece My Bed, which appears like
Thea, a recent graduate from London College of Communications, wears the same T-shirt as in the first shot, probably after someone hurriedly walked over an early morning runner. Cecile Bousselat, Liza Keane, and Joyce Bao, who dressed musician Japanese Breakfast for her appearance at Coachella 2022, are all examples of good company.
Theas social media claims to be originally from Rome, although from the looks of her recent degree from UAL, and a string of collaborators in the capital, she appears to be currently based in London.
The video for Late Night Talking shows a large amount of Gucci Styles cream blazer and tweed coat, both from the Italian labels Spring 2022 collection. He will be the lead designer of a 25-piece collection called HA HA HA, designed by Guccis creative director Alessandro Michele, with a lot of cottagecore charm and kitschy prints.