Fei Fei Sun & Ming Xi by Stockton Johnson for Vogue China September 2011

Joanna Elizabeth


Published August 24, 2011

Serene CelineVogue China enlists photographer Stockton Johnson for a feature on Celine’s sharp silhouettes and minimal palette. Starring Fei Fei Sun and Ming Xi, the studio images are nothing less than pure elegance personified with stylist Kevin Chow’s immaculate selections.

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13 thoughts on “Fei Fei Sun & Ming Xi by Stockton Johnson for Vogue China September 2011”

  1. i don’t usually like blank backdrops but these are stunning.  they feel like still lifes. i love the textures, the lighting, the color…everyone involved did a beautiful job. it feels inspired by Irving Penn- a strong tribute.

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