Vogue Italia's November cover story, called "The A Train," blends two very different types of people: police officers and models.
The shoot stars model Raquel Zimmermann in an ambiguous metropolitan environment, which, although we're admittedly biased, looks an awful lot like New York to us.
In the photos, NYPD-esque police officers corral leggy models on and off subway cars. One model slumps in head-to-toe leopard print against a pillar, looking bored as officers try to control the mayhem. Another is made up to resemble Marilyn Monroe, complete with rhinestone-studded chain collar.
The shoot features clothes from Fendi, Tripp and Patricia Field. In one photo, a model flashing spiky gold cuff bracelets grips the subway pole. We've gotta 'fess up: we'd be afraid of her.
Check out a couple photos from the cover story below, and see even more photos on Vogue Italia's website.