Amazing editorials part 1: Tao Okamoto by Solve Sundsbo in Vogue China

11 Oct

I’ve come across some breathtaking editorials from the arsenal of Vogue magazine. The Vogue approach is reminiscent of high fashion art, with great creative concepts that leave you jaw dropped and gaping. It goes beyond styling clothes cum shooting with iconic photographer to creating an almost poetic display of style.

So, when the beautiful Japanese model Tao Okamoto was photographed by the brilliant Solve Sundsbo for Vogue China – the September 2010 issue – you can only imagine the outcome. It was beyond fashion, it was artistic and very captivating, there was something subtly futuristic and almost abstract about each picture. I could buy one of these printed in life-size and set up in my living room.

Tao Okamoto_Vogue China_September 2010 issue

This was classic oriental chic

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Pictures via fashiongonerogue.com

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2 Responses to “Amazing editorials part 1: Tao Okamoto by Solve Sundsbo in Vogue China”

  1. sagemag October 11, 2010 at 8:44 pm #

    Wow, the second to last looks kind of unrealistic.

  2. Style Fest October 11, 2010 at 10:49 pm #

    Yeah, it looks very futuristic

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