In this Andrew Yee for Vogue China fashion story, the theme of duality is toyed with as models Ming Xi & Antonia Wesseloh strike a pose.
Perhaps the most standout facet of this feature is the larger-than-life hair bouffants that Xi and Wesseloh sport. This is perhaps the most defining feature in this portrayal of dual fashion force. The models portray mirror images of each other in matching clothes that epitomize autumnal fashion.
Each look is characterized by garments that defined the fall runways of fashion houses such as Roberto Cavalli, Maison Martin Margiela, Jil Sander and Stella McCartney. The looks in each frame were put together by stylist Yi Guo. Boasting stellar photography the Andrew Yee for Vogue China editorial is a standout in fall fashion.
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