Grace the Summer – Photographer Stockton Johnson captures model Tian Yi in elegant summer style for the July issue of Vogue China. Stylist Yi Guo’s radiant ensembles both contrast against the beach-side rocks and echo the soft sand and ocean waves with selects from Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Celine, Lanvin, Dior, Marni, Hermes, Versus, H&M and others.
Natural Beauty – Lara Stone looks low-key in denim on the July cover of a Vogue China beauty supplement. The blonde stunner was photographed by Peter Lindbergh (2b Management) and styled by Nicoletta Santoro.
Autumn Duo – Liu Wen and Jac Jagaciak look ready for fall in designs from Calvin Klein’s autumn 2012 collection on the July cover of Vogue China. The two models were photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for the new issue.
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
A Bigger Splash – Doutzen Kroes glistens in summer swimwear for the June cover shoot of Vogue China, shot by Sølve Sundsbø. Fashion editor Nicoletta Santoro selects some of the season’s most glam bathing suits and two pieces from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Jason Wu and Missoni for the sultry story. A slicked back coif by hair stylist Malcolm Edwards and sun-kissed skin by Val Garland bring the final touch to Doutzen’s radiant ensembles. / Manicure by Mike Pocock
Colour the Beach – Tian Yi relaxes near the South China Sea for a colorful beachwear story featured in the June edition of Vogue China. In front of Stockton Johnson’s lens, Tian Yi revels in the sunshine and sand wearing the designs of Marni, Givenchy, Versace and Hermès amongst others styled by Yi Guo.
Summer of Doutzen – Dutch beauty Doutzen Kroes shows off her swimsuit figure for the June cover of Vogue China, lensed by Sølve Sundsbø.
Deserted Luxury – Showing off that sharp dressing is a useful skill no matter where you go, photographer Josh Olins captures Arizona Muse in Vogue China’s May cover shoot. Stylist Nicoletta Santoro chooses a selection of garments from labels such as Hermès, Michael Kors and Balenciaga with props by set designer Kadu Lennox (Frank Reps) used to shelter the beauty from the winds of Death Valley National Park. / Makeup by Maki Ryoke @ Tim Howard Management, Hair by Shon @ Julian Watson Agency
Prints Rule – The May issue of Vogue China enlists Lincoln Pilcher for a story of prints starring Ling Ling Kong and Sung Hee. Stylists Morgan Pilcher selects some of the season’s most standout prints from labels such as Alexander Wang, Marni, Jil Sander and Blumarine. Fashion forward hair by Jordan M and cat eyes by makeup artist Tamah K bring a retro vibe to the colorful ensembles.
Bloom Forth – Lachlan Bailey captures Abbey Lee Kershaw a romantic story of floral prints and feminine dresses for the May issue of Vogue China. Styled by Clare Richardson, Abbey Lee wows in the spring designs of Valentino, Rodarte, and Dolce & Gabbana amongst others with a relaxed sophistication. Carefree locks by hair stylist Rudi Lewis and understated makeup by Yadim bring the finishing touch to the blonde’s envious ensembles.