By choosing our outfits we can control the image we want to portray, however our workwear often dictates that persona. In some cases, work clothes are imposed on us, selected and provided by employers. French photographer Bruno Fert addressed this topic in his "Workwear" project, visually juxtaposing people’s private lives with their lives at work.
Inset Above: “Who says brides don’t wear black?” Alice Pollock flowered print black georgette, £25. / Above: “Second honeymoons are seriously underrated. I haven’t had so much fun since I saw Private Lives.” Alice Pollock wild print chiffon negligee, £30. Suspender belt by Janet Reger. Shoes from Walter Steiger. His outfit at Simpsons. All clothes by Alice Pollock at Quorum. Fashion by Deirdre McSharry. Photographed by Norman Eales. Modelled by Zazie. From May 1973 British Cosmopolitan.