Smart Tools–The latest issue of Vogue China focuses on all the prep and tools of beauty with a story featuring Ming Xi. Photographed by Marcus Ohlsson of WM Artist Management, the Chinese model poses with scissors and tweezers for a dark and glamorous look. For beauty, makeup artist Fredrik Stambro creates Ming’s red lips while hair stylist Yukiko Tajima makes sure her coif is sleekly styled.
A Twist of Pink–The March issue of Vogue China focuses on pink and all its variations in a spring fashion spread featuring Yumi Lambert. The rising star models for Greg Kadel in pastel-filled looks styled by Bobette Cohn featuring the designs of Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino, Burberry Prorsum and more. Yumi keeps it glam with hair by Dennis DeVoy and makeup courtesy of Karan Franjola in the colorful snaps. Also, make sure to see more of Yumi in the spring advertisements from Hermes. / Set design by Lou Asaro
Early Spring – Landing her third Vogue China cover, Natasha Poly stuns in an emerald-green look for the magazine’s January issue. Patrick Demarchelier captured the Russian beauty in a studio snap with a large gold cuff. This marks Natasha’s first major cover since giving birth to her first child earlier this year.
Savage Grace – The 10th Anniversary issue of Vogue China features fashion and beauty spreads photographed exclusively by Mario Testino. One of the stories features top Chinese model Liu Wen; posing in super glam dresses and gowns styled by Carlyne Cerf de Dudzeele. Testino also shot the leading model in Roberto Cavalli’s fall campaign. In the images, Liu wears designs from the likes of Giorgio Armani, Kenneth Jay Lane and Burberry Prorsum while posing alongside a crocodile. / Hair by Oribe, Makeup by Serge Hodonou @ Frank Reps
Lucky 100 – Celebrating its 100th issue, the December 2013 edition of Vogue China enlists some of fashion’s top talent for a very special issue. Mario Testino photographed 153 images of fashion and beauty pictorials with actress Shu Qi on the cover. Thanks to WWD, we have a preview of inside the magazine featuring top Chinese models like Liu Wen, Xiao Wen Ju, Tian Yi and Sui He. See more previews of the 100th issue below.
New Play – The November issue of Vogue China celebrates its own with a fashion spread highlighting the best of upcoming Chinese labels such as Cocoon, Elisabeth Koch and Ochirly. Stockton Johnson captures models Jing Wen, Xu Chao and Liu Xu in a series of images featuring bold colors and shapes selected by stylist Yoyo Yao.
Icy Blue – Mariacarla Boscono lands the November cover of Vogue China, wearing a blue print dress from Valentino’s fall-winter 2013 collection. Willy Vanderperre photographed the Italian stunner looking ever the picture of elegance in a poised, studio portrait. Mariacarla’s side-swept hairstyle, pale skin and minimal makeup is sure to make this cover stand out on the newsstand.
New Season Style – Vogue China encourages readers to revamp their closets with its “Wardrobe Update” fashion feature. Local model Tian Yi stars in the spread wearing feminine fall and winter apparel from Celine, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy by Ricardo Tisci, and other leading designers. Stylist Camilla Wang selected the looks for the Stockton Johnson-photographed fashion editorial. The American fashion and beauty photographer snapped Tian against a simple background to put her delicate features and the new season styles in the spotlight.
The Eyes Have It – Marcus Ohlsson got up close and personal with Sung Hee Kim for this month’s edition of Vogue China. Makeup artist Fredrik Stambro gave the South Korean pale foundation to ensure his dramatic eye work and unusually hued lips really pop. Australia’s Stevie Dance served as stylist and fashion editor for the beauty feature. Hair by Miki at Tim Howard, Manicures by Honey, Casting by Piergiorgio Del Moro
Parisian Chic – Vogue China offers a sneak peek of H&M’s new Paris Collection in its September issue. The editorial furthers the friendship between the brands, which was cemented when H&M collaborated with Vogue on its recent Fashion’s Night Out celebrations. Local model Lina Zhang wears some of H&M’s newest garments selected by stylist Cheryl Leung. Photographer Stockton Johnson snapped the images of the Chinese beauty, which are also currently displayed in H&M stores.