The Vogue China Impressions of Morocco editorial takes readers on a desert-based review of models Sung Hee Kim and Lina Zhang. In the images executed by photographer Hans Feurer, the women posed in front of chunky beige rocks and large stretches of sand, proving that one can be fashionable in even the most barren of settings.
Stylist Camille Bidault-Waddington brought the desert looks of Impressions of Morocco to life. Although the photoshoot highlights the aesthetic appeal of traveling and journeys abroad, both Kim and Zhang appeared much like Moroccan natives via colorful turbans, floor-length caftan dresses, funky wide brimmed pants and an impressive variety of swirling patterns, ensembles that could easily be spotted in the African region.
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