1. Inspired by model operas, Vogue China created the military themed editorial “A Fashion Revolution” for the April 2010 issue, with photographer Quentin Shih (Shi Xiao Fan), fashion editor Ling Wu, and model Du Juan in Louis Vuitton, Dolce & Gabbana and Hermès.

    Photo source: Quentin Shih’s website

    via Asian Models Blog, Fashion Gone Rogue

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