Monday, December 8, 2008

Hye Park Editorial for China Harper's Bazaar, November 2008

I have to applaud China Vogue for consistently using Asian models of non-Chinese ethnicity in its magazine. Hye Park, Ai Tominaga, Han Jin and Eugenia Mandzhieva have all appeared on China Vogue at least once a year and it's refreshing to see that. Korea Vogue and Nippon Vogue need to be more inclusive of other Asian models.

That said, my favorite shots here are photos #1, #5 (love the make-up there), #10 and #12 (gorgeous white dress with yellow beadings). I don't particularly like some of the blurry shots -- the effect works well in some shots but not in others.

Model: Hye Park
Editorial: Haute Couture of Low-Key Paris
Magazine: Harper's Bazaar China, November 2008
Photographer: Alan Gelati

Source: Scanned by Aja of Models2007.cn

12 comments:

Preto Novo said...

her body is so amazing. gorgeous gorgeous girl

Anonymous said...

wow. i have never loved so many dresses in one editorial. i love hte shots 2,3,4, 7, and 14. 14 is the last one and i thought the blur only made sense there..bu ti loved all the dresses in 2,3,4,7,8,9,13,14. (see, almost all!)

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love everything about this ed, even the blurry shots. Hye looks STUNNING.

FND said...

I love her most in the black and whites.

kokyat said...

love her, and love her mole too. think that is very sexy

deep_in_vogue said...

amazing editorials, the photography on these images is incredible

Preto Novo said...

thanks for wishing me luck- looking forward to more posts!

Anonymous said...

gorgeous

Anonymous said...

bravo

Anonymous said...

I think there's nothing wrong with Vogue Korea using only Korean models. However, I see something wrong with Vogue Nippon, always using Caucasian models.

Yoli said...

My goodness what a stunning editorial. She is drop dead gorgeous.

The Stiletto Effect said...

the 2nd and 7th images are my faves! She is soooo pretty!