Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011

April 11, 2011

Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011

Lonely Holiday – Julia spends a day of solitary roaming and exploration for the latest issue of Nuyou Singapore lensed by Wee Khim. Outfitted by Johnny Khoo, Julia dons a wardrobe of notable spring looks from labels such as Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent and Valentino.

Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011
Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011

23 thoughts on “Julia by Wee Khim for Nuyou April 2011”

  1. I like the misty atmosphere of this shoot – some of the pictures reminded me of a trip i took to Oxford in the fall 🙂 Some of the shots are a bit akward, ex the first one – a pity, since that was probably the setting with the most potential for a breathtaking picture. Still, an overall decent editorial.

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  2. I like the misty atmosphere of this shoot – some of the pictures reminded me of a trip i took to Oxford in the fall 🙂 Some of the shots are a bit akward, ex the first one – a pity, since that was probably the setting with the most potential for a breathtaking picture. Still, an overall decent editorial.

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  3. That shot with the Valentino dress is amazing. Like, so fucking good. This whole shoot is amazing! I love the styling and all the brands used. Would’ve liked to see some Lanvin, but hey, its all good.

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  4. That shot with the Valentino dress is amazing. Like, so fucking good. This whole shoot is amazing! I love the styling and all the brands used. Would’ve liked to see some Lanvin, but hey, its all good.

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  5. this is my favorite kind of shoot. Even if you took the model out of almost every shot the setting, composition and story in the background is a beautiful perfect art photograph. Nothing overlooked.

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