The Hao Yunxiang GQ Style China Editorial is Tightly Wrapped

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Nov 11, 2012 • References: charlesguo.tumblr & thefashionisto
The fashionably wrapped Hao Yunxiang GQ Style China editorial channels an ancient oriental aesthetic that takes its inspiration from the Japanese Samurai. The model is captured by photographer Charles Guo's lens in a fashion story that graces the Asian publication's Fall/Winter 2012 issue.

The Hao Yunxiang GQ Style China editorial features pieces chosen by stylist Chunmin Liang. Sporting a slew of heavy scarf looks, the model showcases the sculptural quality of our favorite winter accessory.

From Louis Vuitton’s blanket scarf to other luxe designer looks, the model is samurai chic in a contemporary photo series that celebrates cultural imagery. Donning a sleek mushroom cut and Givenchy's edgy nose ring, Hao is a modern warrior ready to take on Winter's cold fury. Stats for Samurai-Inspired Winterwear Trending: Older & Mild
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