While England forecasts doom and gloom in the wake of Brexit, London's art and fashion scene hasn't seen so many Bright Young Things since they voted in punk during Thatcher's reign. Photographer Louie Banks brings together a mixed bag of artists, designers, illustrators and whatcha-ma-call-its for PAPER. What makes Londoners stick out like an overused middle finger is their sense of "fun" says Louie, who met most of the following talents in the early hours of the morning, probably somewhere deliciously dingy and delightfully dirty. "There is a wild side to Londoners that comes out at night," he explains, "it's the essence of that which translates in their work." Introducing London's future anti-establishment, the throbbing heart and balls of the capital city through the eyes of one of their own.