Focusing on the "less is more" ideal, the Vogue China 'New Minimalism' editorial takes tailored clothing to a new level of chic.
Leading Vogue China's October issue is this stunning fashion story that showcases the best of perfectly tailored seasonal offerings. The fashion market has taken to minimalism as a makeshift return to order after many seasons of unabashed opulence. This editorial is very on point as it takes a cue from the novel tendency to glamorize the simplistic.
The most outstanding facet of this piece is the attention that is paid to fit and tailoring. Without the distraction of embellishments and contrasting prints, there is a focus on textile and silhouette. The 'New Minimalism' Editorial was photographed by Julia Hetta and styled by Hannes Hetta.
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