The New Fur | Jason Kibbler for Vogue China October

Stylist Julia von Boehm has a major penchant for fur in the latest Vogue China. Starring Madisyn Ritland, Shu Pei Qin and Bara Holotova, “The New Fur” has an eclectic mix of textures and silhouettes. Behind the lens is photographer Jason Kibbler of Dazed & Confused fame.

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17 Responses to “The New Fur | Jason Kibbler for Vogue China October”

  1. I don’t know about you guys but all those editorials start to look the same , not that is horrible but neither very exciting to look at , plain ,lifeless, ,at best very much like a catalogue that says “to be continued” ,I think the market is soooo saturated by now with products to sell and the turn over is way to fast ,and as a viewer/ consumer I am getting really really bored ,maybe It’s just me .I should get a life, maybe : )

  2. I don’t know about you guys but all those editorials start to look the same , not that is horrible but neither very exciting to look at , plain ,lifeless, ,at best very much like a catalogue that says “to be continued” ,I think the market is soooo saturated by now with products to sell and the turn over is way to fast ,and as a viewer/ consumer I am getting really really bored ,maybe It’s just me .I should get a life, maybe : )

  3. I don’t know about you guys but all those editorials start to look the same , not that is horrible but neither very exciting to look at , plain ,lifeless, ,at best very much like a catalogue that says “to be continued” ,I think the market is soooo saturated by now with products to sell and the turn over is way to fast ,and as a viewer/ consumer I am getting really really bored ,maybe It’s just me .I should get a life, maybe : )

    • that’s exactly what i think. those shoots can look much better if the photographers try to take the pictures outside.

    • that’s exactly what i think. those shoots can look much better if the photographers try to take the pictures outside.

    • that’s exactly what i think. those shoots can look much better if the photographers try to take the pictures outside.

    • that’s exactly what i think. those shoots can look much better if the photographers try to take the pictures outside.

  4. I don’t know about you guys but all those editorials start to look the same , not that is horrible but neither very exciting to look at , plain ,lifeless, ,at best very much like a catalogue that says “to be continued” ,I think the market is soooo saturated by now with products to sell and the turn over is way to fast ,and as a viewer/ consumer I am getting really really bored ,maybe It’s just me .I should get a life, maybe : )

  5. I don’t know about you guys but all those editorials start to look the same , not that is horrible but neither very exciting to look at , plain ,lifeless, ,at best very much like a catalogue that says “to be continued” ,I think the market is soooo saturated by now with products to sell and the turn over is way to fast ,and as a viewer/ consumer I am getting really really bored ,maybe It’s just me .I should get a life, maybe : )

    • that’s exactly what i think. those shoots can look much better if the photographers try to take the pictures outside.

  6. This fur shit is getting old. It’s not shocking or cool anymore just mean and old. The only reason Vogue is still showing it is because it’s now a main source of advertising money for them.

  7. This fur shit is getting old. It’s not shocking or cool anymore just mean and old. The only reason Vogue is still showing it is because it’s now a main source of advertising money for them.

  8. This fur shit is getting old. It’s not shocking or cool anymore just mean and old. The only reason Vogue is still showing it is because it’s now a main source of advertising money for them.

  9. This fur shit is getting old. It’s not shocking or cool anymore just mean and old. The only reason Vogue is still showing it is because it’s now a main source of advertising money for them.

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