Du Juan by Vincent Peters for Numéro China September 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published August 15, 2011

Love Story – Captured by Vincent Peters, Du Juan joins male model Edwin K for a steamy story of nighttime seduction in the September issue of Numéro China. Styled to the nines by Tim Lim, Du Juan sports a wardrobe of form-fitting dresses from the likes of Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino, Roberto Cavalli and Salvatore Ferragamo in the cinematic photographs. / Hair by Makiko Nara, Makeup by Mourad Boudrahem, Style Assistant – Niklas Bildstein Zaar









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36 thoughts on “Du Juan by Vincent Peters for Numéro China September 2011”

  1. I honestly could look at a bunch of photos of her in the same position, in the same outfit, in the same place and still be enthralled, that’s how good Du is.

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  2. I honestly could look at a bunch of photos of her in the same position, in the same outfit, in the same place and still be enthralled, that’s how good Du is.

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  3. I honestly could look at a bunch of photos of her in the same position, in the same outfit, in the same place and still be enthralled, that’s how good Du is.

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  4. I honestly could look at a bunch of photos of her in the same position, in the same outfit, in the same place and still be enthralled, that’s how good Du is.

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  5. I honestly could look at a bunch of photos of her in the same position, in the same outfit, in the same place and still be enthralled, that’s how good Du is.

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  6. I honestly could look at a bunch of photos of her in the same position, in the same outfit, in the same place and still be enthralled, that’s how good Du is.

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  7. All of the above, PLUS, it’s great to see a whole fashion spread with all the pictures in landscape orientation. So cinematic.

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    • Yes, reminds me of that.  But both models bring an intensity and style, and the photographer has excelled, so I’ll call it an homage and not fret.

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  8. “In the mood for love” for sure, exactly like a story that Hugh Lippe did a while back, photo for photo except less gritty and more “Hollywood”.

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  9. “In the mood for love” for sure, exactly like a story that Hugh Lippe did a while back, photo for photo except less gritty and more “Hollywood”.

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