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young label músed took inspiration from calvin klein's campaign in their new video

Designer Lindsay Jones takes her friends on a trip to the MET in a film for the label's Fall / Winter 16 collection.

Briony Wright

Músed is a DIY label run by artist, designer, actress, and model Lindsay Jones. Her CV, prior to launching Músed earlier this year, reads like that of someone who's forgone sleep for a decade. From working with Richard Kern and Terrence Koh to being featured in portraits by Richard Prince, starring in Larry Clark films and posing for Playboy, there isn't a lot Lindsay hasn't done.

Her fashion credentials were forged at fashion school in New York, after which she gained industry experience working with Zac Posen and Marc Jacobs. Músed is an excitingly experimental, kind of rebellious label that likes to play with texture, colour and volume.

Yesterday the label released a Fall / Winter16 campaign video, directed by Aklo, for which their gang crashed the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It sees them in the new collection posing and interacting with Roman statues and riffing on Calvin Klein's enduringly popular I X in My Calvin's campaign. For their part they 'love', 'worship', 'self-deify', 'co-opt' and 'fuck' in their Músed. Check it out below. 

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