We were lucky enough to be on set with the ultimate muse Suki Waterhouse for her brand-new music video ‘To Love’ — dressing an icon in our iconic pieces. If, like us, you were obsessed with the TV show Daisy Jones and the Six, we know you’ll join us in a collective freak-out.
In a studio in North London, we worked alongside the Charlotte Tilbury team for make-up, and our collaborator Harris Reed's beautiful garments. Talk about a power throuple.
It turns out Suki's a silver fan — which makes sense: cool tones for one of the coolest women we know. She was a vision in our Harris Reed Symbols of Change Charm Choker, Lucy Williams Roman Arc Coin Necklace and Entwine Hoops, and more. See for yourself in these behind-the-scenes snaps.
Harris Reed Symbols of Change Charm Choker
Silver Plated, Pearl & Onyx & Rainbow Moonstone
Suki — who played Karen Sirko in the 70s-inspired series — is an English actress, singer-songwriter and model. She’s been winning over crowds worldwide with her TikTok viral hits (we’re looking at you ‘Good Looking’ with over 150 million streams) hypnotic live show, and debut album ‘I Can't Let Go’ and EP ‘Milk Teeth’ — both of which she released in 2022. This summer she’ll be bounding around the US and at all the coolest festivals.
Born in London, Waterhouse has graced the covers of British, Korean, Thai, Taiwanese and Turkish Vogue, Tatler, British and Korean Elle, and many, many more. She’s also appeared in some of our favourite films, including Love Rosie, and in the sequel to Divergent. We love her most for her unstoppable style, whether that’s her sheer floral Fendi look at the Met Gala 2023 (you know the one) with beau Robert Pattinson, or rocking her Stevie Nicks-esque tour outfits.
For the girl who usually sings about heartbreak, ‘To Love’ is a song at its core about romance. She told Sub Pop, her record label: “Love is a powerful force that deserves to be celebrated in all its forms… We wanted to use this video to capture that sentiment and hint at a hidden meaning, inviting you to embrace the full experience of being in love.”
The video for ‘To Love’ stars Suki and her sister Immy, features choreography from Sharon June, and is led by award-winning Black Dog Films director, screenwriter, and arts editor Sophie Edelstein. Edelstein — inspired by sensuality, honesty, and the romance of the song — wanted to create something both nostalgic and modern, fresh and iconic. To love? We love.
Director: Sophie Edelstein
Producer: Dasha Deriagina
Costume: Harris Reed
MUA: Charlotte Tilbury / Sofia Tilbury