Everything about the Vogue China February 2013 editorial is minimalist. From the crisp photography and blank backdrop to the monochromatic wardrobe and slicked back hair. Nevertheless, what better way to greet the new year than with a blank slate. And what better way to advertise that blank slate than with simple style that can easily be built on.
Shot by London-based photographer Josh Olins, the Vogue China February 2013 editorial stars model Suvi Koponen. The Finnish beauty was outfitted by stylist Alastair McKimm in pieces from such labels as Prada. Despite their minimalist nature, the cuts and silhouettes are full of careful details. The looks were finished by hairstylist Esther Langham and makeup artist Sally Branka.
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