Trese-San by Catherine Servel for Vogue China September 2010

Catherine Servel captures the latest in skincare trends for this month’s Vogue China. Featuring Trese-San, the four page spread reveals the best in eye care with dramatic looks created by fashion editor Beth Fenton and makeup artist Ayami Nishimura in Eyes Wide Open.




50 Responses to “Trese-San by Catherine Servel for Vogue China September 2010”

    • so true. With shoots like this one of Catherine Servel’s, the Daniel Jackson shoots, and the Paolo Roversi shoot, Vogue China’s September issue was one of the very best September issues around.

      • Ditto. I actually think this is my favorite set of images from the entire issue. But in general the whole issue rocks.

  1. Anyone feel like it is refreshing to finally see some actual SKIN in a beauty shoot??!!! This is fantastic work.

    • I’ll second that. This is a great shoot, and blows a lot of other beauty out of the water.

    • I’ll second that. This is a great shoot, and blows a lot of other beauty out of the water.

    • I’ll second that. This is a great shoot, and blows a lot of other beauty out of the water.

  2. Anyone feel like it is refreshing to finally see some actual SKIN in a beauty shoot??!!! This is fantastic work.

  3. that Matthew Harding piece is so beautiful. what great fashion choices for this shoot. the whole look is so chic.

  4. anyone know what that nail colour is in the shot with the ice? love and need it!

  5. **fashionaholic** Reply

    such elegant choices. ^ in love with the ice cubes shot with the marc jacobs and that amazing nail color ^

  6. **fashionaholic** Reply

    such elegant choices. ^ in love with the ice cubes shot with the marc jacobs and that amazing nail color ^

    • I agree with that. Normally their beauty shoots are quite dull, this is really much more interesting.

    • I agree with that. Normally their beauty shoots are quite dull, this is really much more interesting.

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