The editorial you are about to witness is all about BUSINESS! Women are starting companies, being BOSSES and they need the clothes to match their entrepreneurial essence. One magazine piece that we thought recently captured and captivated this success driven aspect of fashion well; is the Ruth Akele for Vogue Arabia June 2020 edition!
Power suits, blouses, bold tones and ….shorts?? Yep… all find their way into this couture mix of excellence. Vogue Arabia had a short blurb on their issue which gives a new spin on office style. Vogue says,
“Let our June 2020 issue inspire you to step into a brave new world of suiting by experimenting with avant-garde cutting techniques in a high octane color palette. To see more looks, make sure to pick up your copy of our latest edition.”
Ruth Akele for Vogue Arabia June 2020 Issue -Beautiful Black Women
As the mag mentions, one thing that we love is the fresh infusion of color. That is not normally something one would probably think of for office attire. Usually, the typical uniform includes neutral colors with an emphasis on blue, gray, black or a beige.
This editorial invites fashion lovers to expand their horizons a bit (our favorite look is the green Balenciaga suit). To be a little more fearless with their wardrobe and really experiment. Fashion is all about self expression and its a real shame that in the work force we have had to put limits and restraints on personal style. Kudos to Vogue and the stunning Ruth Akele on these visuals!
Vogue Arabia June 2020 Editorial Featuring Ruth Akele Credits
Photography by: Fernando Gomez
Fashion Stylist: Daniel Gonzalez Elizondo
Makeup Artistry by: Rosa Matilla
Casting by: Roma Lansky
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