Liu Wen

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1. Eniko Mihalik Nude by Derek Kettela | 25 Magazine Spring 2010
2. Doutzen Kroes by Alexi Lubomirski | Numéro Tokyo May 2010
3. Liu Wen & Kristina Krivomazova by Aneta Bartos | Zoo Spring 2010
4. Shrink to Fit by Steven Meisel | Vogue Italia April 2010
5. Masha Novoselova Nude by Txema Yeste | V Magazine Spain April 2010
6. Giedre Dukauskaite by John Lindquist | Vogue Turkey March 2010

liulast Model of the Month | Last Moments With Liu Wen

Sadly, as we usher in the month of April, it means that our Model of the Month series must come to an end. It has been a fun and exciting experience with Liu Wen as our March model, and the series will be taking a brief hiatus in order for us to focus on a new feature and regular postings. These last moments with Liu Wen are a fitting end to a wonderful Model of the Month.

Last song you listened to…
Bad Romance by Lady Gaga

Last person you hugged…
My parents on January 2010, when I left home and my parents walked me out.

dgroup A Taste of d FW 10/11 Collections

d’management group rounds up the fall 2010 runway season with a collection of cards showcasing models Alek Wek, Ludmilla Dom Perignon, Liya Kebede, Liu Wen, Lily Cole, Lakshmi Menon, Luana Teifke, Melissa Tammerijn,Sedene, Sofia Fisher, Stephanie Rad, Chanel Iman, Cameron Russell, Elle Macpherson, Johanna Kneppers-Corbel, Kinee Diouf, Kate Somers and Laetitia Casta. With exclusives ranging from Louis Vuitton, to Balenciaga, the girls of d’ had an undeniably strong season.

liurunway Model of the Month | Liu Wen on the Runway

Liu Wen took the fall 2010 shows by storm during Milan and Paris Fashion Week. In addition to walking for labels such as Chanel, Jean Paul Gaultier and Roberto Cavalli, our March Model of the Month closed Givenchy in a sleek black and white look that stole the show. Liu has certainly been a force on the runway during the past couple of seasons, but we wanted to know what she thought about modeling before she entered the industry. “It is quite different from what I imagined,” she explained. “Before I became a professional model, I thought being a model [was] just about dressing up and walking for some meters on the runway. But when I entered this world, I found out that the profession also needs a lot of effort and physical energy.”