The S Moda 'China Tiene Poder' cover shoot centers on China’s emergence as a top fashion market over the last few years. Direct and succinct, the title means 'China has power' in Spanish. The images themselves are pretty powerful as well. Shot in studio, model Shu Pei strikes strong and glamorous poses in front of New York-based Chinese photographer Kai Z Feng's lens. A short and sweet photoshoot, it nevertheless leaves behind an everlasting impression.
Styled by Isabel Moralejo, the S Moda China Tiene Poder cover shoot showcases the stunning designs of such labels as Anthony Vaccarello, Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli. From cutouts to sequins and lace, the gowns are absolutely gorgeous. The looks were perfected by makeup artist Ralph Siciliano, who boldly painted Pei's body, and hairstylist Roberto di Cuia.