In an LA of primordial dreams and euphoric trends, meet Chloe Cherry, the enigmatic flame of Gen Z inspiration—or a dizzying fashion disaster? For us, she’s a captivating, Paleolithic superstar in this ashen-faced Quest for Fire redux. This reimagined ‘80s fantasy flick (which, in its original form, saw prehistoric warriors depart the fire-lit comfort of home to re-procure their shockingly extinguished flame) swaps barbarians for glamazons. Maybe the warring wanderers of the turbulent Los Angeles cityscape are just as Machismo-fake as their Neanderthal brethren! But fear not the dense judgment of this showbiz wilderness. Watch Chloe-go-Gaia, shedding her old skin, and evolving into an antediluvian dream.
A modern girl on a prehistoric earth. She moved to LA for the weather. Like fruit fallen from a tree, Cherry grounds herself.
She wore a savage sophistication.
Nothing sparked her interest, so her quest began again. She was hot on the trail.
She put out her fire to cool down. She had a relationship with nature.
She rekindled an old flame. She had to feed her fire. Her quest for a lighter.
Photographed by Bil Brown
Styled by Britton Litow
Flaunt Film and Director of Photography: Alexander Thomas
Photo Assistant: Miles Bitton
Styling Assistant: David Gomez