With a flapper revival you can anticipate an influx of editorials that channel the 1920s silver screen starlet. Going one step further is Phil Poynter for Vogue Turkey, taking the theme literally and creating both the starlets and their film set. Here the mens’ fashion is as captivating as the womens’, although deliberately played down in vibrance to ensure the spotlight shines on Ranya Mordanova and Janice Seinen Alida whenever they’re in the frame. The boys on set may not possess the same kind of glamour as the girls, but their working attire is of a kind of vintage masculinity that would be easy to wear today: look out for safari shirts, shorts held up by braces, linen shirts and horn-rimmed specs.
For more inspiration on Jazz Age dressing in the desert, as styled by Ece Sukan for Vogue Turkey’s March 2012 issue, click on the gallery above.