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FASH­ION DI­REC­TOR AT LARGE

Stones has been a busy man this month, jet­ting off to LA to style Joel Edgerton for our cover shoot (p140), be­fore head­ing back here for his fash­ion story on the new Burberry col­lec­tion (p170).

YOU’VE WORKED WITH A LOT OF BIG NAMES IN YOUR TIME. WHO HAVE BEEN SOME OF YOUR FAVOURITES?

Hugh Jack­man has to be my favourite celebrity to work with so far. But fol­low­ing closely be­hind him would be Rosie Hunt­ing­ton-white­ley, the ul­ti­mate woman.

HOW DID YOUR BURBERRY STORY GO?

I used my favourite Aus­tralian model ever, Lu­cas Sather­ley. Hav­ing him on set al­ways makes for an amaz­ing day and my stress lev­els lower in­stantly as soon as I know he’s con­firmed for a shoot.

WHO ARE MORE FUN – MOD­ELS OR CELEBS?

I love both for many dif­fer­ent rea­sons. Mod­els wear what I want them to, with­out re­sis­tance – and celebri­ties are wran­gled to wear what I want them to, with re­sis­tance.

BE­SIDES HON­ING THEIR WRAN­GLING SKILLS, WHAT POINT­ERS DO YOU HAVE FOR PEO­PLE WHO WANT TO GET INTO STYLING?

Do your time – as­sist, as­sist, as­sist. Also, un­der­stand from the start that this job is about re­spon­si­bil­ity, not just about trouser and skirt lengths.

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