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brittany hollis3 Brittany Hollis by Wee Khim in Fendi for Nuyou Singapore April 2012

Creative Chaos – The April issue of Nuyou Singapore enlists Wee Khim for a story of youthful whimsy featuring pieces from Fendi’s spring 2012 collection. With the label’s iconic bags in tow, model Brittany Hollis takes to the outdoors in bold stripes, lush furs and feminine dresses styled by Johnny Khoo. / Hair by Dexter Ng, Makeup by Peter Khor

pain2 Darya by Wee Khim for <em>Style Singapore</em>

Pain Jane – Inspired by the work of Helmut Newton, photographer Wee Khim creates a story of fashion with an unusual twist for the January edition of Style Singapore. Posing in front of an industrial setting, Darya wears crutches as accessories and strictly sophisticated designs from the likes of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo and Valentino styled by Sharon Tulasidas and Damian Huang. / Hair by Edward Chong, Makeup by Clarence Lee

shu pei5 Shu Pei by Wee Khim for <em>Nuyou Singapore</em> October 2011

Elfin MovesShu 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.

Kelli8 Kelli Lumi by Wee Khim for <em>Style Singapore</em> September 2011

Androgyny – Estonian model Kelli Lumi takes on boyish looks in this series for the September issue of Style Singapore. Lensed by Wee Khim and styled by Sharon Tulasidas, the blonde beauty treks around Paris donning a wardrobe that mixes high end and street style fashion with brands such as Chanel, Calvin Klein Jeans, H&M, New Look and more. With clean make-up by Clarence Lee and messy hair by Edward Chong, Kelli merges the feminine and the masculine creating a modern androgynous style.

br4 Victoria Lee by Wee Khim for <i>L’Officiel Singapore</i> June/July 2011

Swing Out, Sister - Photographer Wee Kim’s latest work for L’Officiel Singapore features Victoria Lee strutting her stuff in Queensland, Australia wearing the summer silhouettes of Banana Republic. Stylist Johnny Khoo supplements his looks with accessories by Céline, Bally, Hermès, Miu Miu and others. Victoria’s deliciously disheveled curls by Edward Chong evoke a sense of easy glamour, complimented by make-up artist Cindy Goh’s use of subtle colors by Chanel.

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