Nicoletta Santoro

max vadukul Karlie Kloss & Patricia van der Vliet by Max Vadukul for <em>Vogue China</em> November 2010

Karlie Kloss and Patricia van der Vliet prove that opposites attract with Vogue China’s November cover shoot. In front of Max Vadukul’s (Art Department) lens, the brunette and blonde duo sport crimson ensembles curated by Nicoletta Santoro in Chic Sauvage. Featuring the work of Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, Alexander Wang and more, Karlie and Patricia are the perfect mix of svelte beauty and sleek elegance in the alluring spread.

mirte maas Mirte Maas by Willy Vanderperre for <em>Vogue China</em> October 2010

Fashion editor Nicoletta Santoro captures the trend of camel and neutral shades for the October issue of Vogue China. Styling Mirte Maas in looks from the likes of Maison Martin Margiela, Balenciaga and Givenchy, Santoro works with photographer Willy Vanderperre to create a story of feminine seduction with Rhapsody in Camel.

lindbergh Tao, Liu, Ming, Shu Pei & Fei Fei by Peter Lindbergh for <em>Vogue China</em> September 2010

In one of the first stories from a jam-packed September issue of Vogue China, models Tao Okamoto, Liu Wen, Ming Xi, Shu Pei and Fei Fei Sun take to the beach for a moody yet beautiful editorial shot by Peter Lindbergh. Entitled Black on Black, the girls wear monochromatic ensembles styled by Nicoletta Santoro and the result is nothing short of breathtaking.

abbey lee Abbey Lee Kershaw by Hedi Slimane in Skin Deep | <em>Vogue China</em> August 2010

Donning form fitting garments from the likes of Ann Demeulemeester, Maison Martin Margiela and Yves Saint Laurent, Abbey Lee Kershaw exudes a sense of confidence and strength with her latest work from August’s Vogue China. Lensed by Hedi Slimane and styled by Nicoletta Santoro, Abbey Lee is more than meets the eye in Skin Deep.