Remember seasons? Those increasingly porous divisions of the year with historically distinctive weather patterns that will make less and less sense in the coming years? Yes, those. Designers are still producing collections along seasonal lines and magazines are following suit with editorials that reflect as much. The November 2018 issue of Vogue Nederland is running an autumn outerwear story featuring Julie Hoomans. Photographed by Marc de Groot and styled by Jos van Heel, the story celebrates the radical approaches to scale and proportion, not to mention the general state of deconstruction of traditional staples of masculine styling. Tweed, biker jackets, all of it up for grabs in this story. The biker jacket in particular receives ample shine, Julie (pictured) wears an outsize black leather number by Junya Watanabe. Would this jacket be wearable on a planet 1.5°C warmer than it is today? Difficult to say, but if anyone could wear it memorably, then it would be Julie Hoomans.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue Nederland November 2018; Title, “Boysie”; Photography, Marc de Groot; Styling, Jos van Heel; Hair and makeup, Irena Ruben.

Julie Hoomans | Vogue Nederland November 2018 (Photography: Marc de Groot)

Julie Hoomans | Vogue Nederland November 2018 (Photography: Marc de Groot)