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The choreographer @damienjalet wanted the dance sequences to be sensual and feminine but without any sexuality there is no sense of a male gaze on these moving bodies, it s not provocative or voyeuristic. When you were doing it, you didn t feel exposed or like you were being put on a pedestal in any way... I think the fact that it leaned in toward the more grotesque side of things made it more feminine, in a way. It made it real, it made it raw, it made it wild #MiaGoth on the vulnerable, the visceral and the beautiful in #Suspiria from AnOther Magazine A/W18, shot by @vivianesassenstudio and styled by @katieshillingford, interview by @bengcobb

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