Marie Claire has become the first magazine to host a fashion event exclusively for women, and has invited actresses, models and influential female executives. The dress code for the night was black and white suits – who do you ship? (Hint: the correct answer is everyone X everyone)Continue reading
Dilraba steps in time to celebrate the 600th year of the Forbidden Palace in this stylish shoot by Feng Hai.Continue reading
Ni Ni is both a muse and an artist in this photoshoot by Feng Hai.Continue reading
Magazine spreads, posters and stills that recently caught our eyes.Continue reading
In many ways, Chinese-American actresses Joan Chen and Vivian Wu have similar trajectories in life. They both became movie stars in their native Shanghai, went on to attend college in the U.S. and become American citizens, were shot into fame in Hollywood with The Last Emperor, spent years playing mostly supporting roles in Hollywood, and now have returned to the Chinese entertainment industry, even guest starring together in Ruyi’s Royal Love. Joan Chen recently directed her second Chinese-languge film English 英格力士 , while Vivian Wu recently produced and starred in Dead Pigs 海上浮城, the directorial debut of Cathy Yan ( who is currently directing DC’s Birds of Prey ).
And now, here’s their first cover together in the 30+ years they’ve known each other, as photographed by Feng Hai.Continue reading
Born and raised in Beijing, Yang Mi, Guan Xiaotong, Xu Jinglei, Xu Qing, and Chen Man rep their city in this latest of hometown-themed photoshoots that seem to be popular in magazines of late.
For more, you can look at NYT Travel’s Anhui series featuring Ma Sichun, Jiang Wenli and Chen Ran , Nanjing series featuring Ni Ni, Hai Qing, Mei Ting and Yang Zishan, and Beijing series featuring Chen Feiyu, Wu Xiubo, and Xu Qing .