Saturday, April 2, 2011

EDITORIAL: Sun Fei Fei in Harper's Bazaar Hong Kong, February 2011

Model: Sun Fei Fei (Women)
Editorial: Strike the Pose
Magazine: Harper's Bazaar Hong Kong, February 2011
Photographer: Steven Cheung
Stylist: Lois
Art Direction: Camilla Cho
Hair: Derek Li
Makeup: Janet Lee

Source: BeautyIsDiverse @ tfs

16 comments:

thwany said...

it'd be great to see some other expressions on her face, but she still looks good.

Linh said...

Yes she looks very good!

Namora said...

i really like the color schemes, especially that of the first one. I agree with Thwany about the need for more variation in her facial expressions.aside from that Feifei looks great here.

FND said...

I'm a big fan of Fei Fei but yeah the expression here is pretty one note. Tho we cant always blame the model for that because they dont pick the final product. We've seen from other spreads that Fei Fei is actually pretty versatile. The creative team behind this spread had an agenda of what they want to achieve therefore these pics.

But she still looks good.

Tobistyle93 said...
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Anonymous said...

love fei fei <3

Anonymous said...

I agree wth FND. Fei Fei is usually really good at giving lots of different expressions and angles. Here we just see the same angle and very very subtle difference in expressions (which would work better for a beauty ed).

These are prob the worst pics Ive seen of her so far...which is a good thing!

eminence grise said...

i dont think she has more expressions in other shoots, i think the styling may have just highlighted her face differently, this is her look and it;s awesome

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sherinyc said...

Sun Fei Fei is one of my favorite models, but this editorial is honestly quite boring. There is no story and the clothes don't look great either. Should have added multiple looks to each double page for a more colorful ensemble!

Anonymous said...

Tobistyle93 you can't see it (because you think Asian people are emotionless) but I am giving you the angry face right now. In all seriousness though, if you met every single Asian person on the planet and you came up with that generalization...I may believe you but then again, how you define "Asian" is probably just some orientalist backwards way of thinking.

Anonymous said...

I agree

Tobi, you can say she's emotionless in this editorial, fine. I think many of us agree. Watch the over-generalization though, it's foolish and amateur, and you might just offend some people.

Tobistyle93 said...

I'm sorry I only want to say that it is probably the cultural background of many asian people
and I'm sad about that they can't really laugh in public or something like that
sorry again
she is great of course

b for bhisan said...

BORINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG

HK BETTER REALLY THINK TWICE BEFORE PUTTING UP SOME BORING EDITORIAL :D

and i live here.

Ahern.Ck said...

prefer that they dun highlight so much of her eyebrown

Anonymous said...

Brevity is the soul of wit.