Fashion's creatives compile a mixtape of the music that inspires their work.

‘For people who could’ve been models and decided not to’ is the slogan they work by, and for over a year now Pandora Lennard and Lucy Greene have been casting said gurrrls and guys in the freshest magazines, campaigns and catwalk shows; Clash amongst them.

Both stylists ahead of founding the agency – working at magazines, with musicians and as consultants – together the pair have since fed the current trend for streetcast non-model models.

Operating on the basis that personality and talent are top dog, Anti-Agency’s players include designers and musicians, while their client list boasts Saint Laurent and Marc Jacobs.

Here Pandora and Lucy tell us the songs that fuel the party.


‘Touch The Leather’ by Fat White Family: We played this on repeat for 48 hours in our office. It’s so hot. 


‘You and Me’ by Penny and The Quarters: Our favourite!

‘Get Free’ by Major Lazer: Reminds of the best summer ever. (Lucy)


‘Get Your Feet Off Of Me’ by The Kavaliers: Makes us dance!! 

‘Baby It's You‘ by Smith: Such a good love song. (Pandora)


‘Sexy Woman’ by Timmy Thomas: I heard this at a soul night in San Francisco last year. It took me all year to find out what the song was and now I’m obsessed. (Pandora)

‘Kids With Guns’ by Gorillaz: It’s my walking down the street song. (Lucy)


‘Give Me Your Love’ by Delores Johnson: Fucking love this, her voice is just so heartbreaking. (Pandora)

‘You Hurt Me So’ by Little Willie John: So sexy. (Pandora)

‘After Laughter Comes Tears’ by Skarra Mucci: Reminds me of Ibiza. (Lucy)



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