Vogue China February 2010 | Asian Energy by Max Vadukul

Max Vadukul photographs a great cast of Asian models for his most recent editorial in the February issue of Vogue China. With a minimal studio set, simple sculptured garments and excellent poise, Du Juan, Kang Qianwen, Lie Wen, Ping Hue and Tao Okamoto each sit a moment in the spotlight.






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20 Responses to “Vogue China February 2010 | Asian Energy by Max Vadukul”

  1. heidi.dtms Reply

    I actually find these very interesting. The poses and facial expressions are very simple, yet I feel as if there is some sort of hidden energy emanating from their nude faces. Also they sell the clothes very well keeping it simple and plain.

  2. heidi.dtms Reply

    I actually find these very interesting. The poses and facial expressions are very simple, yet I feel as if there is some sort of hidden energy emanating from their nude faces. Also they sell the clothes very well keeping it simple and plain.

  3. heidi.dtms Reply

    I actually find these very interesting. The poses and facial expressions are very simple, yet I feel as if there is some sort of hidden energy emanating from their nude faces. Also they sell the clothes very well keeping it simple and plain.

  4. heidi.dtms Reply

    I actually find these very interesting. The poses and facial expressions are very simple, yet I feel as if there is some sort of hidden energy emanating from their nude faces. Also they sell the clothes very well keeping it simple and plain.

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