Abandon frenzied city living in favour of mountainous escapes where adventurewear is reimagined with sequins, suiting and statement pieces
Amidst the tranquil mountainscapes of the Italian Alps, 2,000 metres above sea level, lies an abandoned radio communication station – officially known under the codename Ice Station Zebra – with gigantic satellites interrupting the idyllic scene. It has been unoccupied since 1995 – until MOJEH descended, armed with a plethora of pre-fall pieces.
The July/August cover shoot transforms the surroundings with pops of brights, sequins and playful embellishments. And, though the ensembles are arguably better suited to holidays than military missions, the trans-seasonal staples can take you from jaunts in the Alps to sun-drenched shores in a flash. Explore the shoot in the gallery above.