Work & Progress

In the past the working wardrobe or workwear have been useful tags for either suits or other masculine based clothing stories. In 2024 this is no longer applicable to either women or the clothes they wear, a single uniform no longer functions. It’s clothes for work, yes, but modern, fresh, different, and moving into multiple versions of how the day and the week might evolve. The pieces must change to match this variety and not be edited into a single flat, narrow statement. New attitudes require fresh solutions, original approaches in fashion are vital, and these images show what in 2024 really works for work. 

Words by Tony Glenville

Raincoat: Kimonorain, Dungarees: Jens, Boots: ASOS

Left, dress: Alberto Zambelli – Boots: ASOS; right, dress: Simon Cracker – Trousers: Saverio Palatella – Boots: ASOS

Left, raincoat: Kimonoraindungarees: Jens; right, rubber raincoat : Y-3 – shirt: Mallonishorts: Cristiano Buranigloves: Cristiano Burani

Left, blazer: Cristiano Buranilace body: Momonì – knitted top: Maryling – shirt: Simon Cracker – dungarees: Marc Le Bihan; right, wind jacket: Kimonorain – Overalls: Saverio Palatellashorts: Cristiano Burani – Boots: ASOS

Trousers shaped top: Simon Cracker – Dress: Alberto Zambelli – Trousers: Saverio Palatella – Metal Gloves: Pura – Boots: ASOS

Left, body Cristiano Buranishirt: Carmine Vallone – Boots: ASOS; right, shirt: Angelos Frentzos – Hat: Stetson


Photographed by Stratis Kas @stratiskas

Styling by Andrea Barra @andreabarra_diy

Stylist assistants: Francesca Papangelo @francesca.papangelo & Roberta Loverso @robertaloverso

H&Makeup: Alessia Damiata @alismakeups MKS Agency 

Model: Dina Vasileva @dina__vasileva (Women Agency)

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