The Vogue China Lily Kwong editorial follows a very beautiful tourist as she explores the vibrant city of San Francisco. As though to temper the bright colors and urban sounds of this booming metropolis, the Chinese beauty is clad in a monochromatic wardrobe. Since the cuts and layers are as feminine and flirty as ever, this palette doesn't compromise her fun attitude.
Lensed by photographer Simon Cave for the April 2012 issue, the Vogue China Lily Kwong editorial glamorizes an already glamorous setting. Styled by Morgan Pilcher, Kwong is captivating in understated looks from fashion houses such as Emporio Armani, Stella McCartney, Louis Vuitton and Alexander Wang. She does a great job posing in various angles to show off the elegance of each outfit.
The Vogue China Lily Kwong Editorial is Set in San Francisco
1. Monochromatic Fashion - Opportunity for fashion brands to explore monochromatic designs and collections that offer a sleek and sophisticated aesthetic.
2. Tourist Fashion - Potential for clothing retailers to create innovative tourist fashion lines that combine comfort and style for travelers.
3. Editorial Fashion - Disruptive innovation opportunity for fashion magazines to feature unique editorials that showcase unconventional fashion concepts and styles.
1. Fashion Retail - Fashion retailers can capitalize on the monochromatic fashion trend by offering a wide range of monochromatic clothing options, catering to various customer preferences.
2. Travel and Tourism - The travel and tourism industry can embrace the tourist fashion trend by collaborating with fashion brands to create exclusive clothing lines that cater to the unique needs and preferences of travelers.
3. Fashion Publishing - Fashion magazines and publishers can leverage the editorial fashion trend by featuring avant-garde editorials that push the boundaries of conventional fashion and inspire readers with innovative styling concepts.