Du Juan by Zach Gold for Style SCMP April 2011

Joanna Elizabeth

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Published April 20, 2011

Du Style – Starring in the pages of South China Morning Post’s Style Magazine, Du Juan dons a wardrobe of spring delights styled by Julie Ragolia. From Givenchy’s animal prints to Jil Sander’s floral explosion, Du Juan wows in front of Zach Gold’s lens.






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23 thoughts on “Du Juan by Zach Gold for Style SCMP April 2011”

  1. Talented model, but why is the title “China Doll”? It doesn’t fit the mood of the shoot at all, and I’ve seen that title on probably a dozen shoots already. There’s usually no reason for it, except that the model is Chinese and shooting for a magazine with not-terribly-creative writers.

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  2. Talented model, but why is the title “China Doll”? It doesn’t fit the mood of the shoot at all, and I’ve seen that title on probably a dozen shoots already. There’s usually no reason for it, except that the model is Chinese and shooting for a magazine with not-terribly-creative writers.

    Reply

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