Elfin Moves – Shu Pei is a cross between futuristic traveler and elfin fairy in the October issue of Nuyou Singapore. In front of Wee Khim’s lens, Shu Pei goes from grassy knoll to desert landscape in the stunning portraits. Styled by Johnny Khoo in fall looks from the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton and Yves Saint Laurent, the Chinese beauty wows with sleek hair by Dexter Ng and minimal makeup by Cindy Goh.
Desert Rose – Shu Pei takes on the fall collection from Céline for the September issue of Nuyou Singapore. Captured by Wee Khim with styling by Johnny Khoo, Shu Pei roams the desert–giving the minimal collection an almost futurist undertone with sleek hair and makeup by Dexter Ng and Cindy Goh.
Season of the Rebel – Lane Crawford enlists an all Asian cast including Liu Wen, Fei Fei Sun, Ming Xi, Shu Pei and Xiao Wen Ju for its tough and sleek fall-winter campaign. Photographed by Mert & Marcus and styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé, the advertisements will feature designs of some of fashion’s biggest names such as Azzedine Ala?a, Alexander McQueen, Alexander Wang, Ann Demeulemeester, Balenciaga, Carven, Céline, Dries Van Noten and Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci.
Girls on Top – V Magazine #71 enlists Terry Tsiolis for a studio series featuring some of the industry’s top working Asian girls. Capturing Liu Wen, Tao Okamoto, Shu Pei and Fei Fei Sun–Tsiolis works with fashion editor Jay Massacret for a sleek and sexy result that is nothing short of stunning.
The latest issue of Vogue China showcases the spring collections with the topsy turvy duo of Melissa Tammerijn and Shu Pei. Photographed by Sølve Sundsbø, Melissa and Shu wears graphic prints from labels such as Missoni, Versace and Christopher Kane styled by Marie Chaix.
Givenchy’s spring 2011 couture showing gives way to another presentation this season with ten looks by designer Riccardo Tisci. Unique to the showing was a cast of all Asian models including Shu Pei, Ming Xi, Tao Okamoto, Hye Rim Park, Fei Fei Sun, Liu Wen, Jiang Xiao Yi, Ai Tominaga, So Young Kang and Du Juan. Perhaps the casting can be attributed the Eastern influence of the collection found in the delicate folds, structured shapes and warrior like headpieces inspired by Japanese artwork.
Shu Pei stars in the bridal, ready to wear and eyewear campaign for Vera Wang’s spring 2011 lines. Wearing tousled locks much like the runway show, the Chinese beauty wows in the cinematic images.
Shu Pei is the face of Vogue China’s monthly beauty supplement. For January, the Chinese beauty gets dolled up in looks that can last from summer to winter styled by Ida Wang and Katie Mossman. Wearing looks from Balenciaga, Yves Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana and others, Shu Pei wows in Regan Cameron’s captivating shoot.
ROUGE Magazine goes from winter beauty to the New York city hustle and bustle for its latest issue with cover star Shu Pei. Lensed by Seiji Fujimori and with creative direction by Alex Slavycz, the Chinese stunner shows off her svelte figure in oversize jackets, fitted pants and tough boots styled by Tammy Eckenswiller. Donning Christian Dior, Lanvin, Gucci and more, Shu Pei looks ready for a busy New York City day in N.Y. I Love You. / Production by Antoine Neufmars, Makeup by Valery Gherman, Hair by Seiji