Liu Wen Models Fall Looks for Elle China's September Issue

Joanna Elizabeth


Published August 22, 2013

New SeasonLiu Wen graces the pages of Elle China’s September issue, looking super glam in autumn looks. Trunk Xu photographed the Chinese beauty who recently made her first appearance on Forbes’ Highest-Paid Models list at the number five spot. In the shoot, Liu wears designs from the fall collections of Prada, Miu Miu and Saint Laurent amongst others styled by Jin Jin. / Hair by He Zhiguo, Makeup by He Lei

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3 thoughts on “Liu Wen Models Fall Looks for Elle China's September Issue”

  1. the pictures with white background are just awesome! beautiful indeed!
    clean & sharp colours.

    but I don’t like those black & white pictures, I think the digital retouching on Liu Wen’s face was just too awful, too flawless like a plastic.

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