Right now in my life I don’t think I have any regrets at all actually. No. None.
I’m afraid of werewolves — werewolves are my biggest fear. I think they’re real.
I do have a competitive side to me, that’s true.
I’m quite normal.
– Hannah Noble, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, England
If red top newspapers in Britain were taken at their sensational word (heaven forbid), then it would be inconceivable to imagine youth as anything other than the knife-wielding, hoody-wearing truants they are regularly trotted out to be. Thankfully, however no one with a modicum of sense believes such tosh. The folks at McQ certainly don’t and have recently launched a video campaign in support of their Pre-Fall/Winter 2011 collection that features vérité portraits of girls in Britain. The girls are presented as everyday (albeit with McQ styling), uncontroversial, normal young people. One such girl, Ford’s Hannah Noble, is pictured in and around what appears to be her parents home in Stratford-Upon-Avon. Competitive, without regrets, and with a healthy fear of werewolves, Hannah reckons she’s normal. This page, however might disagree as being able to strike a football in a McQ heel is anything but!
Hannah Noble can also be seen in Dazed & Confused Dec. 2010 in a story photographed by Ben Toms.
Credits include: Client, McQ; Campaign, Pre-Fall/Winter 2011; Title, “HANNAH NOBLE, shot in STRATFORD UPON AVON”; Source, http://www.m-c-q.com/.