Vogue Thailand began its life as a print and digital publication part of the vast Condé Nast International publishing empire in 2013. The following year the Royal Thai Armed Forces led by General Prayut Chan-o-cha overthrew the government of Thailand in a coup d’état. Prayut Chan-o-cha has ruled the country ever since as its prime minister and although he dissolved the senate and government during the coup, he did not in fact shutter Vogue Thailand. Massive relief, that! This is also good news for Carson Zehner, who has a story running in the June 2017 issue of Vogue Thailand. Photographed by Natth Jaturapahu and styled by Aeri Yun, the story surveys leading collections for spring and summer. To that end, Carson opens the story wearing a Louis Vuitton suit, which is a fine opener for what is her first editorial. There might not be free elections or much in the way of civil rights in Thailand, but there is a proper fashion monthly and Carson is all over it.

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Credits include: Publication, Vogue Thailand June 2017; Title, “Backing Tracks”; Photography, Natth Jaturapahu; Styling, Aeri Yun; Hair, Shingo Shibata; Makeup, Ralph Siciliano; Manicure, Geraldine Holford.

Carson Zehner | Vogue Thailand June 2017 (Photography: Natth Jaturapahu)

Carson Zehner | Vogue Thailand June 2017 (Photography: Natth Jaturapahu)