The 'Working Woman' Vogue Mexico editorial stars Ford supermodel Alana Zimmer. Tall and lanky, Alana is an editorial dream, sporting business-savvy styles with a glamorous twist. This striking shoot proves that professional garments do not always have to be boring.
This fashion story takes cues from tv hit show Mad Men as it emulates a 1960s secretary vibe. Styled by Vogue's fashion editor Sarah Gore Reeves, Alana exudes strength and femininity, sporting polished hair by Dennis Gots and retro makeup looks by Fredrik Stambro.
With photography by Nagi Sakai and art direction by John Paul Tran, the 'Working Woman' Vogue Mexico editorial is a fashion forward take on office-ready styling. Playing the role of chic career woman, Alan Zimmer is both professional and provocative.
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The Working Woman Vogue Mexico Editorial is Professional
- By: Jana PijakApr 12, 2012