There was a time when punk was dangerous and certainly not ready for prime time or for that matter late night. Over time, however punk has evolved into a sort of declawed cat for people allergic to cats. Put another way, punk has become all things to all people, many of whom design clothes, and feature in high fashion magazines. All of this comes together in the September 2016 issue of Vogue Paris in a pre-fall collections story photographed by Patrick Demarchelier and styled by Suzanne Koller featuring amongst others Julie HoomansOdette Pavlova, and Vera Van Erp. The portraits exude exactly the sort of haute punk attitude high fashion has long found so inspiring. Julie (pictured) for her part does not disappoint on this occasion and opens the story wearing a leather biker jacket dress by Moschino, which is finished by a studded leather bracelet by Hermès and a black gold and diamond “Staple” earring by Repossi. Punk has come a long way, it ain’t dead, it’s just earning seven figures and creating dangers previously unthinkable.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue Paris N°971 September 2016; Title, “Lois de Saison”; Photography, Patrick Demarchelier; Styling, Suzanne Koller; Hair, Duffy; Makeup, Aaron de Mey; Manicure, Megumi; Styling assistance, Ray Tetauira, Claudia Torres-Rondon.

Julie Hoomans | Vogue Paris September 2016 (Photography: Patrick Demarchelier)

Julie Hoomans | Vogue Paris September 2016 (Photography: Patrick Demarchelier)