A window into Yang Mi, Tang Yan, Ni Ni, etc. at fashion event

Tang Yan will see you now.

It seems like it’s now a thing for fashion event to take group photos now.  This time,  Marie Claire captures Yang Mi, Tang Yan, Ni Ni, Angelababy, Zhou Dongyu, Victoria Song Qian, Li Qin, Zhao Wei, Wu Lei, Cai Xukun, Fan Chengcheng, Huang Xuan, Song Weilong, Sun Yi, Zhang Tian’ai, Lisa Lu, Song Zu’er, Wang Ziwen, Chen Wenqi, Dong Jie, Tong Liya, Jolin Tsai, He Sui, and Xi Mengyao behind a window.  This time we’re at Marie Claire. How does this compare to the Cosmo, Elle, and Vogue photoshoots earlier this year?

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Ni Ni casual lookbook

In addition to being an amazing actress, Ni Ni ( #beautiful ) is also known for being super photogenic.  Here are some photoshoots (mostly ads) of her in semi-casual clothing around the world.

Ni Ni is known for some of the most glam shots while simultaneously rocking out some of the simplest outfits and no-makeup looks, which makes her kind of perfect for playing both Feng Zhiwei and Wei Zhi in The Rise of Phoenixes. Half of the clothes in these photos are from Uniqlo and pretty affordable, while the other half are from Gucci and not.

#NiNi #gorgeous . cr: TuThen

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Red lights shine on Dilraba, Li Qin, Ni Ni

Dilraba, Li Qin, Ni Ni are beautiful under the red lights of these photos

I’m picturing a film of three neighbors living in an abandoned motel turned rundown apartment in the red lights district.  Li Qin is a small town college graduate at her first job, trying not to lose herself among the lights of the big city;  Dilraba is an aspiring actress who has run away from her affluent home to pursue her dreams, only to be turned down again and again;  Ni Ni is a singer/dancer at a nightclub who has long given up on any dreams she might’ve had.

Theme song – Red Lights Fading from Tiny Times

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Costume Round-up: Ni Ni in The Rise of Phoenixes

#Ni Ni #handsome

A fashion round-up of designer William Chang Suk Ping’s only good best drama work since Eternal Love.

Despite William Chang’s penchant for patterns that look like they came from your grandparents’ sofa, the muted colors of the leads’ costumes in The Rise of Phoenixes worked well with the color palette of the overall drama.  It helps that Ni Ni and Chen Kun can make Uniqlo look like high fashion.

Somebody hire Ni Ni to play Yang Guo please

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Ad Campaign Round-up: Ni Ni for Tiffany & Co.

Ni Ni joins Elle Fanning in the Chinese version of the Moon River ad for Tiffany & Co. Here’s a collection of Ni Ni’s ads over the years for the jewelry company, from cute to elegant to rocker.

I just want to personally thank Tiffany & Co. for sponsoring beautiful Ni Ni photoshoots like this, this, this,  this, this  and events that allowed for pictures like this gorgeous photo of Ni Ni in the rain.

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#NiNi #beautiful

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Netflix Streaming Promo Round-up: The Rise of Phoenixes

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The Rise of Phoenixes streams with English subtitles on Netflix beginning today here. The series is the first ancient drama brought in as a “Netflix original” and stars Chen Kun, Ni Ni, Ni Dahong, Liu Mintao, Zhang Xiaochen, and Bai Jingting.

Here’s a bunch of stills and posters that have been released since the show begun airing other than the ones we’ve already posted, like Chen Kun’s color palette and Ni Ni’s costumes. The show also has a great OST, including Helpless 奈何  by Sam Lee,  How did we become so helpless 何奈何 by Ni Ni, Like Yesterday 如昨 by Liu Xijun, and   Schemes 心机 by Wang Xiaomin.   A couple more behind-the-scenes stuff have also been released since the last round-up. Watch them  here and here.

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