Paint it Bright–Maybelline New York spokeswoman Shu Pei graces the April cover of Glow Canada, looking radiant in a blue Reem Acra dress. Inside the magazine, Shu stars in a beauty feature made with art direction by Daniel MacKinnon showing colorful spring trends. Owen Bruce captures the Chinese stunner for the shoot with glam hair by Owen Gould and vibrant makeup courtesy of Grace Lee. “I want to travel everywhere, I love the ocean and I love sunshine, so I want to see all the islands, even though my agent says, ‘No tanning.’” Shu tells the magazine. / Styling by Juliana Schiavinatto
All Things Beautiful–Chinese model Shu Pei Qin lands the winter 2014 cover shoot from YUE Magazine. Shu has appeared in campaigns for brands like Vera Wang, and in the new spread poses in looks from the spring collections of Fendi, Prabal Gurung, Etro and more styled by Anna Kastsanis. / Photos by An Le, Creative direction by Dean Quigley
Celebrate – In celebration of its 25th anniversary issue, Elle China enlists homegrown beauty Shu Pei, Miao Bin Si, CiCi Xiang and Emma Pei for a lengthy fashion featured photographed by Stockton Johnson. The models wear all designer labels including Kenzo, Celine, Valentino and more selected by WeiMo, who styled Shu Pei, and Wuwoo who styled the other girls. Shu Pei flew out to Milan and posed with designers Roberto Cavalli, Dean & Dan Caten and Silvia Fendi in the glossy images.
Enchanted Forest – Shu Pei is back once again for the fall 2013 advertisements from Vera Wang. The Chinese beauty stars in a series of dark and romantic images shot by Carter Smith made with creative direction by MODCo Creative. Shu models the designer’s bridal, ready-to-wear, Simply Vera and Black by Vera Wang collections in an enchanted forest.
Girls on Top – Photographer Stockton Johnson shares portraits of some of the industry’s leading models captured at Vogue’s 120 Year Anniversary Gala Party held in Beijing. Beauties Constance Jablonski, Hanne Gaby Odiele, Lindsey Wixson, Fei Fei Sun, Liu Wen, Carolyn Murphy, Du Juan, Jessica Stam, Shu Pei and Sui He captivate in the striking black and white images.
Going Green – Shu Pei returns for another season as the face of Vera Wang’s spring 2013 campaign. This time, the Chinese beauty is joined by male model David Chiang in a series of romantic images photographed against an ultra-green and lush forest backdrop. Shu Pei looks gorgeous in the designer’s bridal, ready-to-wear, accessory and Simply Vera Wang collections.
Own the Night – The go to girl for all things Michael Kors, model Karmen Pedaru, stars in the American designer’s holiday 2012 campaign alongside Shu Pei, Simon Nessman and others. In front of Mario Testino’s lens, the glamorous group hits the town at night in winter shades of red and green as well as metallics and sequin embellished pieces.
Sheer Heights – Lincoln Pilcher captures a bold Shu Pei on the top of a New York City building wearing gorgeous, sheer layers that beautifully blow around in the wind. The classic ensembles handpicked by Morgan Pilcher, with Shu’s to-die-for warrior princess hair styled by Jordan M, make this a truly breathtaking story, most likely to give you a bit of vertigo. / Make Up by Christian McCulloch
China Tiene Poder – Photographed for the May 27th issue of S Moda, cover girl Shu Pei wows in a feature highlighting China’s emergence as a top fashion market in the last decade. Lensed by Kai Z Feng with styling by Isabel Moralejo, Shu dons gorgeous gowns featuring the work of Anthony Vaccarello, Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli. Makeup artist Ralph Siciliano creates Shu’s body paint and hair stylist Roberto di Cuia is responsible for her windswept tresses.
Lanvin Girl – Wearing a piece from Lanvin’s spring collection, Chinese model Shu Pei covers the May 26th edition of Spanish weekly magazine S Moda. Photographed by Kai Z Feng, the accompanying feature covers the emergence of China as one of the top fashion markets and Shu’s successful modeling career. / Styling by Isabel Moralejo