Black Regality – Natasha Poly is a regal vision for the November cover story of Vogue China, lensed by Willy Vanderperre. Wearing monochromatic autumn looks courtesy of fashion editor Nicoletta Santoro, Natasha poses for Vanderperre’s lens in a series of romantic portraits featuring the designs of Lanvin, Donna Karan, Tom Ford and Altuzarra amongst others. / Hair by Anatole Rainey, Makeup by Lloyd Simmonds
Doll Volume – Ming Xi and Antonia Wesseloh bring an eighties sense of proportion and volume to their wardrobe for the November édition of Vogue China. Photographed by Andrew Yee (Atelier Management ) with styling by Yi Guo, the duo sports equally powerful tresses courtesy of hair stylist Jeff Francis to go with strong silhouettes from the likes of Roberto Cavalli, MM6 Maison Martin Margiela, Stella McCartney and Michael Kors. / Makeup by Eric Polito @ Art Department
Red Holiday – Karlie Kloss graces the December issue of Vogue China, wearing a red gown and cape from Valentino’s fall 2012 haute couture collection.
Laced Up – Natasha Poly is ultra-feminine in a Dolce & Gabbana floral bodysuit for the November cover of Vogue China. Lensed by Willy Vanderperre, Natasha evokes pin-up glamour with a seductive pose.
A Regal Woman – Chinese actress Li Bing Bing dons sharp, elegant style for the October cover story of Vogue China. In front of Chen Man’s lens, Li Bing Bing stuns in jewel toned pieces from labels such as Ralph Lauren, Haider Ackermann, Gucci and Giorgio Armani chosen by fashion editor Yoyo Yao. On beauty are hair stylist Bon and makeup artist Tony Lee with slick finishing touches.
Elegant Weaving – Fei Fei Sun dons the perfect suburban wardrobe for Lachlan Bailey’s recent work featured in Vogue China September. Styled by Clare Richardson, the Chinese beauty is sublime in elegant knitwear and jewel toned shades. Tousled tresses by hair stylist Rudi Lewis and red lips by makeup artist Hannah Murray bring a retro twist to the autumn looks.
Orient Express – Shipped piece by piece from Paris to Shanghai for a special runway show, the Louis Vuitton Express gets spotlighted once again for this feature in Vogue China Collections’ fall-winter edition. In front of Stockton Johnson’s lens, models Tian Yi, Bonnie Chen, Miao Bin Si, Danni Li and Ma Jing live the in the lap of luxury in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton looks styled by Candy Lee. With creative direction by Alexander Chow, the girls wow in beauty looks courtesy of hair stylist Charlie Taylor and makeup artist Alan Milroy.
The New Look, The New Lady – Lensed right after Raf Simons’ debut showing of Dior Haute Couture, photographer Ward Ivan Rafik used the same venue with its million flower set to capture stunning Chinese actress Ni Ni in the designer’s exquisite gowns. Stylist Candy Lee dresses Ni Ni in spectacular selects for the September issue of Vogue China, with the actress’s flawless make-up and pulled back tresses adding just the right amount of polish to top off her impressive wardrobe.
Femme Fatale – The September edition of Vogue China enlists Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin to capture this lush cover story featuring Liu Wen, Tian Yi, Xiao Wen, Lindsey Wixson, Daria Strokous, and Marie Piovesan. Stylist Nicoletta Santoro features dramatic looks from the fall collections of Tom Ford, Balenciaga, Dolce & Gabbana, Jil Sander, Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci and Lanvin for the glossy’s September issue. / Hair by James Pecis, Make-up by Wendy Rowe
Army Chic – Photographed for the September issue of Vogue China, Ming Xi is army strong in Benny Horne’s desert-located images featuring military inspired silhouettes. Morgan Pilcher styles the Chinese stunner as she lounges in a jeep wearing strict shapes from the likes of Stella McCartney, Jason Wu, Paul & Joe and Dries van Noten. On beauty are hair stylist Gavin Harwin and makeup artist Tyron Machhausen with windswept tresses and sun-kissed skin.