Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010

April 13, 2010

Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010

Liu Wen plays a career driven woman in her latest work for Vogue China May. Wearing some of the season’s most sharpest suits and two pieces from the likes of Yves Saint Laurent, Donna Karan and Celine. Photographed by Yuan Gui Mei and styled by Ling Wu, Liu shines alongside male model Stanley Huang in Dress for the Success.

Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010
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56 thoughts on “Liu Wen by Yuan Gui Mei in Dress for Success | Vogue China May 2010”

  1. She is so beautiful!!! She'd make one elegant business woman. Love that they didn't pair her with a chiseled blonde male model.

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  2. She is so beautiful!!! She'd make one elegant business woman. Love that they didn't pair her with a chiseled blonde male model.

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  3. She is so beautiful!!! She'd make one elegant business woman. Love that they didn't pair her with a chiseled blonde male model.

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    • Now boy, I think you are clearly misinterpreting. The photoshoot is about a working chic so she couldn't possibly jump around and act like a monkey on the pictures, now could she? And what if China is a communist country, what it has to do with the photos? Hating some nation because of the political status is childish, not to metion it's of no use.

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      • my point was that she looks too sterile, have nothing to have about china’s political 🙂 just to sterile, like a novice

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    • Now boy, I think you are clearly misinterpreting. The photoshoot is about a working chic so she couldn't possibly jump around and act like a monkey on the pictures, now could she? And what if China is a communist country, what it has to do with the photos? Hating some nation because of the political status is childish, not to metion it's of no use.

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    • Now boy, I think you are clearly misinterpreting. The photoshoot is about a working chic so she couldn't possibly jump around and act like a monkey on the pictures, now could she? And what if China is a communist country, what it has to do with the photos? Hating some nation because of the political status is childish, not to metion it's of no use.

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  4. the styling is okay, but her face is so DULL. SAME FACES in every pictures.
    and the Headline of this editorial simply makes me laugh really hard.

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  5. the styling is okay, but her face is so DULL. SAME FACES in every pictures.
    and the Headline of this editorial simply makes me laugh really hard.

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  6. the styling is okay, but her face is so DULL. SAME FACES in every pictures.
    and the Headline of this editorial simply makes me laugh really hard.

    Reply

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