The Vogue China 'Prints Rule' Editorial Stars Ling Ling Kong & Sung Hee

By: Meghan Young - Published: May 2, 2012 • References: & fashiongonerogue
Matching siblings might be something only parents subject their children to, but the idea, if executed properly, can be as endearing as it is in the Vogue China 'Prints Rule' editorial. Granted, models Ling Ling Kong and Sung Hee are not actual blood sisters, but they might as well be in this photoshoot. From the same thick black hair and brows as well as oval face, all of which were worked on by hairstylist Jordan M and makeup artist Tamah K, it is only natural that more than one person would make that assumption.

The Vogue China Prints Rule editorial was shot by New York-based photographer Lincoln Pilcher. Appearing in the magazine's May 2012 issue, the Chinese beauties were styled by Morgan Pilcher. Pilcher put together a wardrobe of this year's standout prints from labels such as Alexander Wang, Marni and Jil Sander. Stats for Patterned Sibling Fashion Trending: Older & Buzzing
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