“I mean from the get go it was clear how
satirical the movie [Triangle of Sadness]
was and comedic as well as smart. I think
Ruben Östlund [director] is this super smart
individual that wanted to make a point on a
lot of different things and have people that
come out of watching the movie be like,
‘What was the message?’ And then realise
there isn't a message, it's just entrenched in
so many themes so you can pick your subject
and pick where you want to start."

Covering our Spring 23 issue, Triangle of
Sadness’ Harris Dickinson talks the thought
provoking narratives that lie at the heart of
Ruben Östlund’s wickedly satirical and
Oscar-nominated film, reclaiming his
image through his Wonderland shoot and
taking on projects that sit outside of the ordinary. 

Harris Dickinson wears Dior

Photography by James J. Robinson
Fashion by Ben Schofield
Words by Erica Rana
Editorial Director Huw Gwyther
Editor Erica Rana
Deputy Editor Ella West
Art Directors Livia Vourlakidou, Aparna Aji, Harry Fitzgerald
Hair by Jody Taylor at Leftside Creative using Babyliss Pro UK
Makeup by Maya Man using Dior Capture Totale Super Potent Serum and Dior Forever Foundation
Production Director Ben Crank
Producer Isabella Coleman
Production Intern Frankie Baumer
Photography Assistant Trudi Treble
Fashion Assistant Kit Swann
Hair Assistant Lauraine Bailey
Special Thanks to Battersea Power Station

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Harris Dickinson covers the Spring 23 issue in Dior