Miao Bin Si Takes Paris in Classic Fashion for Harper’s Bazaar China October 2012

Joanna Elizabeth


Published October 14, 2012

Une Journée à Paris – Celebrating its 26th anniversary, the October issue of Harper’s Bazaar China travels to Paris for a story featuring classic style. In front of Yin Chao’s lens, Miao Bin Si showcases retro style in luxe designs from the likes of Lanvin, Mugler, Dior Haute Couture and Elie Saab styled by Fan Xiaomu and Gugu as she explores Paris with special guest Didier Grumbach. Super glam hair and makeup by Bon and Wang Qian perfect the sophisticated ensembles.

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15 thoughts on “Miao Bin Si Takes Paris in Classic Fashion for Harper’s Bazaar China October 2012”

  1. See if Twitter works properly this time: Okay, so there’s a new model in glossy settings. So what? To me, ALL of the settings and styling are cliche. Where is there anything new? Very disappointing choice by Fashion Gone Rogue, when usually FGR posts are valuable for a number of reasons – stylish, quirky, alternative, forward-thinking, etc.

    • This editorial is about classical style, so the styling has to be a little cliche. As for the settings of the photographs, I think they are based on iconic photos from the 20th Century because they feel really familiar. 

    • I’m going to severely disagree, i think you did not pay enough attention to the details. The new was blended in so well it was almost imperceptible. Missing sleeve, butterfly jacket, stylish shoes. I will suggest you check out the app called “FASHION” by codeblue009 to keep up to date on all of the haute couture fashion lines collections. STunning and easy to use. x

  2. Nostalgia at its beautiful best.  And talk about classic with a twist–that Dior New Look silhouette updated with semi-sheer, textured fabric is wonderful.

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