Although Marx would likely have disapproved, why not plough some of that surplus value into commodities this festive season. To answer the question of just where to drop some coin the January 2017 issue of British Vogue, out this month, offers a shopping feature starring none other than late capitalism’s own Jane Moseley. Photographed by Dario Catellani and styled by Verity Parker, the delightful eight-page story showcases the ever charming Jane in a variety of layer looks poised for utility and, yes, labor. Jane duly punches the clock and puts in a memorable shift on set under the lights. One look (pictured) arguably embodies the entire series, namely a wool coat from BA&SH, flannel shirt by Raey, cotton and silk trousers by DKNY, and finished with a pair of sandals by pure. The roomier cut of the coat allows for great freedom of movement, of which Jane takes maximal advantage.

Credits include: Publication, British Vogue January 2017; Title, “Vogue Shops: What to buy now”; Photography, Dario Catellani; Styling, Verity Parker; Hair, Karin Bigler; Makeup, Lucy Burt; Manicure, Lyndsay McIntosh.

Jane Moseley | British Vogue January 2017 (Photography: Dario Catellani)

Jane Moseley | British Vogue January 2017 (Photography: Dario Catellani)