The Vogue Japan Neo Nippon photoshoot features an exceedingly cultural version of model Saki Asamiya. Asamiya becomes one with Japanese tradition in the production as she sported kimonos and dragon patterns throughout the series.
Photographer Matt Irwin delivered an assortment of saturated images for the Vogue brand here. His images come as part of the publication's April 2013 issue, demonstrating a variety of ways to wear these Japanese ensembles come spring. Stylist Aurora Sansone helped Irwin's cause with high waist shorts, bustiers and crop jumpers. And while these ensembles were taken from classic looks, Sansone has done an excellent job of mixing up the lot with her use of revealing cuts and bright color schemes.
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