Not that two mentions of color in any way constitutes a theme, but the May 2014 issue of Vogue China is all but threatening to become a veritable incarnation of the PANTONE® color system with an excellent beauty story featuring Shu-Pei Qin. If white was the warmest color for Arizona Muse’s editorial in the same issue, then orange is positively incandescent in “Orange Honey” photographed by Jem Mitchell. Hair and makeup by Neil Moodie and Jeanine Lobell respectively demonstrate the seasonal dominance of the shade between red and yellow. Covered in orange and sweeter than honey, Shu-Pei is a theme all her own.

Credits include: Publication, Vogue China May 2014; Title, “Orange Honey”; Photography, Jem Mitchell; Styling, Ida Wang, Joanna Schlenzka; Hair, Neil Moodie at D+V Management; Makeup, Jeanine Lobell; Manicure, Alicia Torello at The Wall Group; Set direction, Lisa Gwilliam at Jed Root; Casting, Shaun Beyen.

Shu-Pei Qin | Vogue China May 2014 (Photography: Jem Mitchell)

Shu-Pei Qin | Vogue China May 2014 (Photography: Jem Mitchell)

 
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