Fei Fei Sun by Jem Mitchell for Vogue China June 2010

Continuing with the pastel theme, Vogue China‘s latest issue features an elegant beauty spread featuring the stunning Fei Fei Sun. Lensed by Jem Mitchell, the studio shoot takes on soft pinks and peaches that affect girlish charm.







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20 Responses to “Fei Fei Sun by Jem Mitchell for Vogue China June 2010”

  1. Basement Reply

    Something about her face looks so… withered… or hollow..? I'm not sure. Like a skull? I don't know the model, but either she is starving or just happens to have a hungry looking face. photography-wise, i love it, especially the first two photos.

  2. Basement Reply

    Something about her face looks so… withered… or hollow..? I'm not sure. Like a skull? I don't know the model, but either she is starving or just happens to have a hungry looking face. photography-wise, i love it, especially the first two photos.

  3. Basement Reply

    Something about her face looks so… withered… or hollow..? I'm not sure. Like a skull? I don't know the model, but either she is starving or just happens to have a hungry looking face. photography-wise, i love it, especially the first two photos.

  4. Basement Reply

    Something about her face looks so… withered… or hollow..? I'm not sure. Like a skull? I don't know the model, but either she is starving or just happens to have a hungry looking face. photography-wise, i love it, especially the first two photos.

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