Apr 18, 2014 8:28AM

Without A Sound: A First Look At Agyness Deyn's Label

Ben Rayner x Zara Mirkin for Oyster 104: The Exposed Issue.

Model and actress Agyness Deyn's new label venture, Title A is close to dropping. So close in fact, that she offered Oyster a first look at the debut collection for Oyster 104: The Exposed Issue — out now. We went to Los Angeles to shoot the 30-year-old babe and we asked her about getting naked, her love for classic men's tailoring, her new film Electricity and a bunch of other things. Stay tuned for an in-depth chat with the now-designer. For now, enjoy a sneak peek at Deyn's pieces in the gallery above. Modelled by herself, naturally. 

Speaking of all things 'exposed', Agyness had this to say: "I did the craziest shoot with Ryan McGinley once. I had to jump naked from the third storey of a building. I was jumping onto one of those fireman mats, and literally I would walk up, jump down, walk back up, jump back down for hours, from morning until night. It was physically exhausting! And you're trying not to register fear on your face when you're jumping. It's one of those things in my career where I look back and laugh and think, 'Holy shit — did I do that?'"

See Agyness Deyn in Oyster 104: The Exposed Issue — out now!
 

 

Photography: Ben Rayner
Fashion: Zara Mirkin
Hair and Make-up: Gina Ribisi
Special thanks to Tracy Moore

 


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