From Layered Leather Editorials to Distressed Photoshoots

By: Jamie Danielle Munro - Published:
Coming from a country that knows a thing or two about fashion, these China Vogue fashion editorials show just how avant-garde the publication can be. Most of its looks are extremely edgy, avoiding conventional colors, styles and especially clothes.

From massive fur shoulder pads to using models with an ice queen look, the editors behind the China Vogue fashion do not shy away from anything considered too "out-there." In fact, this is what they thrive from. The Vogue China March 2014 for example has Hana Jirickova in a completely head-to-toe floral outfit, with bouquets also in the background. While many would think this is overkill, the editors here understand that excess can sometimes be a good thing in the fashion world.