Shirting. The expression sounds like WWD vertical, but in fact is the subject of an editorial running in the February 2017 issue of British Vogue featuring Selena Forrest. Photographed by Zoe Ghertner and styled by Lucinda Chambers, the story puts paid to the notion that shirting is boring. To drive home that point, the shoot takes place what on a set that resembles a film studio backlot. High dramatic value, then can be found not only in the sharp tailoring, but in the styling. Selena (pictured) goes for a modern Western look by wearing a men’s cotton shirt inside out, cotton bustier, a pleated asymmetric-hem skirt by J Crew, and boots by Céline. See, shirting is neither boring nor will Selena Forrest ever be.

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Credits include: Publication, British Vogue February 2017; Title, “Shirting the Issue”; Photography, Zoe Ghertner; Styling, Lucinda Chambers; Hair, Neil Moodie; Makeup, Fara Homidi; Manicure, Marisa Carmichael; Set design, Spencer Vrooman; Production, Connect the Dots, Digital, Venice Post.

Selena Forrest | British Vogue February 2017 (Photography: Zoe Ghertner)

Selena Forrest | British Vogue February 2017 (Photography: Zoe Ghertner)