Miao Bin Si by Paul de Luna for Style SCMP



Published July 17, 2011

Contemporary New York – Miao Bin Si stars in the June issue of Style South China Morning Post, wearing bold designs inspired by modern architecture. Photographed by Paul de Luna with expert angles and lighting, the Asian beauty strikes powerful poses wearing the sharp lines and form-fitting silhouettes of Givenchy, Krizia, Catherine Melandrino, Kara Ross and Nicole Miller among others styled by Derek Warburton.

Additional Credits:
Makeup: Renato Almeida @ Kate Ryan using MAC Cosmetics
Hair: Lacy Redway @ See Management using Redken
Set Design: Gabriela Oltean
Photo Assistants: Steffan Elzinga and Maud Frisenfeldt
Styling Assistant: Colleen Brown
Styling Interns: Roger Remedios & Canon Carson

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  2. Love some parts of all, but only for the last one does everything really come together in same place.

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