Juliana Schurig dons striking red fashions in 'A Study In Scarlet', Vogue China's latest editorial exclusive. Gracing the Asian publication's May 2015 issue, the shoot highlights crimson fashions from a number of top designer names. This image series is captured by photographer Nathaniel Goldberg's lens and features wardrobe styling by Natasha Royt.
Natasha dresses her muse Juliana in red fashions with a conceptual air. They range from semi-sheer and floral printed blouses to artful separates that are sculpturally draped. Hair styling for this image series is courtesy of Tomo Jidai who works with Vogue China's resident makeup artist Francelle Daly. The duo create a natural and fresh-faced look for model Juliana and ensure her beauty looks don't take away from her contemporary wardrobe.
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Vogue China's 'A Study In Scarlet' Shoot Boasts Artistic Red Fashion
- By: Jana PijakApr 15, 2015