The All-Nighters

Some of the season’s hottest looks are inspired by work clothes with an edgy ’80s vibe. Suit up sexy, work late if you have to, and, by all means, take care of business.

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Photos by Jhane Hoang


Styling by René Garza

Models Charlie Ferguson, Sarah Wohlschlaeger

Hair and makeup by Tonya Riner 

Photo assistance by Collin Kelly

Styling assistance by Tyler Treadwell

Shot on Location Downtown, at Dancie Perugini Ware Public Relations in the Niels Esperson Building

On her: Coat and bracelet, both by Chanel; boots, by Giuseppe Zanotti. On him: Suit, by Z Zegna; shirt, by Preston Douglas.
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