Not since the days of Allied mobilization in the 1940s has the image of women in industrial manufacturing shown so vividly. There is a tangible masculine-feminine tension at the heart of women clad in heavy denim and leather workwear, which is explored in the pages of the August 2014 issue of Vogue Paris featuring Arizona Muse photographed by Mark Segal. Titled “Working Girl,” this Géraldine Saglio-styled story plunges full-steam into the world of women in the workshop and lets the sparks fly. A lumberjack-checked mechanic jacket from the Rag & Bone Fall 2014 collection (pictured) perhaps best captures the thrust of the story especially when accessorized with OSHA-rated hearing protection and thick work gloves. At the heart of the editorial, however is the face of Estée Lauder, Arizona Muse, working girl par excellence.
Credits include: Publication, Vogue Paris August 2014; Title, “Working Girl”; Photography, Mark Segal; Styling, Géraldine Saglio; Hair, James Rowe; Makeup, Christelle Cocquet; Manicure, Charlène Coquard; Styling assistance, Margot Gillet.