The Winter 2008 issue of Hong Kong magazine PrivÃ© Asia features an unusual editorial that tackles the issue of Western evangelists coming over to Asian countries and trying to preach and convert the people.
The result is a rather intriguing editorial entitled "The Evangelist" that showcases couture fashion pieces with a religious twist added to the theme.
The black-and-white editorial features model Elyse Sewell captured by photographer Baldovino Barani with styling by Holly Suan Gray.
Implications - Religious imagery has always been considered a touchy subject, however due to this recent wave of liberalization it no longer is. This pattern is telling of the open and free society that has recently opened up to a whole host of ideals. Businesses can benefit by using this new freedom in other topics previously unexplored.
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