Under the Glass

December 10th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The newest edition of Glass Magazine focuses on desire and who better to embody that emotion than the stunning Sui He? With four editorials, two special covers and a lengthy interview centered around the elegant model, the issue showcases her poise in front of the camera and versatility. Photographers Walter Chin, Tim Wong, Billy Nava and Bojana Tatarska take turns capturing Sui He in a variety of stylish scenarios from a preview of the resort collection bests, to a floral fantasy. Inside you’ll also find features on superstar Ewan McGregor, an interview with experimental documentarian Godfrey Reggio and a look through the history of Chloe with creative director, Clare Waight Keller.

For even more from the new issue of Glass be sure to check out The Glass Magazine.com

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Ph. Walter Chin | Fashion Editor Sarah Cobb

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Ph. Tim Wong | Fashion Editor Declan Chan

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Ph. Bojana Tatarska | Fashion Editor - Nicola Kavanagh

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Ph. Billy Nava | Fashion Editor Franco Gobbi

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New Tailoring

June 21st, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

The classic pantsuit gets a revamp in the latest issue of Vogue China. In ‘New Tailoring’, the beautiful Sui He looks business-chic wearing fashionable suits in bold colors and non-traditional prints and fabrics that give the looks just the right amount of edge. Go ahead and try these styles out. You’ll be sure to turn heads in the right way with this fashion-forward take on classic work attire.

Photograher: Katja Rahlwes | Stylist: Camille Bidault Waddington | View the full story 

Text by Victoria Perillo

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Ad Network

January 16th, 2013 |Posted by Janelle

More fabulous fashion ads keep coming in, take a look at the latest.

TOM FORD

Tom Ford - Designer & Photographer | Orlando Pita - Hair Stylist | Charlotte Tilbury - Makeup Artist |Karlina Caune & Simon Van Meervenne - Models

We can always count on Tom Ford for an epitomized version of modern glamour and his latest campaign delivers with sleek shots by Ford himself of Karlina Caune and Simon Van Meervenne. Playing to his strengths the designer / photographer / director / provocateur creates simple images that focus on those decadent designs. Who needs exotic locations and complicated set ups when you have the beauty of those golden to the knee sandals and fringed shoes! Karlina and Simon look pretty damn good too, both models capture the slightly dangerous and oh so sexy vibe of Ford’s ethos.

 


ALEXANDER WANG


Alexander Wang
 - Designer | Steven Klein - Photographer | Pascal Dangin - Art Director | Malgosia Bela - Model

Given the memorable way Wang presented his S/S collection’s glow in the dark dresses, we were expecting a campaign with flashing lights, or blinding neons from Alexander Wang. Never one to go for the obvious thrill, Wang enlists Steven Klein and Pascal Dangin for an evocative campaign featuring the Malgosia Bela. The beauty of these images lies in the artistic way in which the clothing is presented: with her body painted in white and the stark backdrop, Malgosia looks more like a performance artist than a model. As the Wang label enters into its next stage of development this campaign provides a dynamic and eye-catching brand message.


KENZO

Jean Paul Goude - Photographer | Anthony Turner - Hair Stylist | Aaron de Mey - Makeup Artist | Humberto Leon & Carol Lim - Creative Directors | Jester White & Ming Xi - Models

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Kenzo’s F/W ads by Jean Paul Goude were arresting and upbeat – they even made our best of 2012 list and for S/S the saga continues with Ming Xi and Jester White picking up where things left off. We didn’t think it would be possible, but these ads are even more colorful and kooky than the first set.


AKRIS

Karim Sadli - Photographer | Anthony Turner - Hair Stylist | Hannah Murray - Makeup Artist | Alana Zimmer - Model

Karim Sadli shoots Akris’ understated S/S ads featuring Alana Zimmer. Akris has always been about luxury that whispers instead of shouts and Saldi does an excellent job of communicating that message visually. Albert Kriemler’s elegantly minimal designs look especially beautiful set against the lush green backdrop and Alana is as lovely as ever.


ROBERTO CAVALLI

Roberto Cavalli - Designer | Mario Testino  – Photographer | Marie Chaix - Fashion Editor/Stylist | Sam McKnight - Hair Stylist | Charlotte Tilbury - Makeup Artist | Jack Flanagan - Set Designer | Lorraine Griffin - Manicurist

Roberto Cavalli’s clothes are not for wallflowers, so it makes sense that the S/S campaign features three of the boldest and mostt compelling models around. Isabeli Fontana, Malgosia Bela and Sui He star in Mario Testino‘s kinetic images filled with bold prints, saturated colors and the brand’s signature in your face opulence.

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Culture Club

November 26th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Glamour is a part of the Muse Magazine package and the latest delivers by showcasing several of the industry’s most refined faces. Global beauties Sui He, Aline Weber and Jourdan Dunn are stars of the new generation of top models and on Muse‘s new covers they shine bright. Inside, the issue focuses on international flair and the diverse cultural influences that shape fashion, which are on full display in a series of gorgeously shot stories filled with sleek designs. Check out the striking new images and get a sneak peek at what’s inside the magazine in our exclusive first look.

Sui He, Pan Yan, Ling Ling Kong & Cao Yunfei by Chen Man, styling by Tim Lim

Aline Weber by Ben Weller, styling by Beth Fenton

Jourdan Dunn by Guy Aroch

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Purple Passion

February 17th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Purple Fashion.
Terry Richardson
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Carine Roitfeld.

The seasons best clothes, the brightest stars and the signature Purple polish – plus those Balenciaga helmets for good measure. See the full story on Purple.fr

Aymeline Valade, Saskia de Brauw & Daria Strokous

Candice Swanepoel & Sui He

Daria Strokous & Joan Smalls

Lindsey Wixson & Bambi Northwood Blyth

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Flashdance

October 26th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Sui He brings style to the pages of Vogue Japan in a striking series of images by Terry Richardson. Were used to seeing Terry’s signature snapshot style, but Sui’s presence adds a layer of elegance, even when she’s dressed in neon zebra print chosen by George Cortina.

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Fashion Meets Art

October 13th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Fashion, art and politics converge on the cover of W Magazine. The November art issue features Sui He in an image art directed by Chinese contemporary artist Ai Wei Wei and shot by Max Vadukul. Take a look at NY Times’ fascinating article about how the cover came to be.

From the NY Times

In an unusual collaboration with W magazine, Mr. Ai created a story line for a series of photos that were shot on location in New York by the photographer Max Vadukul as Mr. Ai looked on, art directing via Skype on a laptop computer…

The scenes are reminiscent of photos Mr. Ai took of the Tompkins Square riots in the 1980s, when he lived in New York, which he used as inspiration for the project. They also unavoidably refer to his own confinement, which China’s government has forbidden him from discussing.

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Vogue Vixens

August 4th, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

The bar for September covers has been raised! Vogue China‘s phenomenal Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin helmed cover has everything you could ask for – glamorous girls, colorful fashions and a sublime sense of drama. Du Juan, Sui He, Fei Fei Sun, Liu Wen, Ming Xi and Shu Pei are a sight to behold and the image serves as the perfect tribute to fashion’s current crop of Chinese top models.

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