Chinese model Lily Kwong stars in a stunningly simplistic editorial for the Vogue China April 2012 issue that features her on location in San Fransisco, California. The shoot features understated outfits that are complimented by the frenzy of the beautiful city surroundings, which includes the Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco’s infamous streetcars.
Lily Kwong was captured by fashion photographer Simon Cave for Vogue China. The shoot was styled by fashion editor Morgan Pilcher, who chose to highlight looks by designers such as Emporio Armani, Stella McCartney, Louis Vuitton and Alexander Wang. The minimalist editorial featured lots of simple portraits with a beauty look to match with hair and makeup by Tsipporah Liebman.
The Vogue China April 2012 issue features Fan Bing Bing photographed by Inez and Vinoodth on the cover.
Lily Kwong Stars in a California Shoot for Vogue China April 2012
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