A Guy From Chengdu Takes Pictures in Shanghai

When FENG LI isn’t shooting propaganda photography for the official Chinese Department of Communication or winning the Jimei x Arles Discovery Award at the Recontres d’Arles festival, he’s our man from Chengdu on the streets of Shanghai, in a fashion editorial from 032c Issue 35.

Photography
FENG LI
Fashion
TAMARA ROTHSTEIN

jacket, scarf, socks, and shoes MIU MIU tights AUBADE
  • photography
    FENG LI
  • fashion
    TAMARA ROTHSTEIN
  • models
    LAN CHEN @ Karin Models
  • LIU XIANG YUN @ Elite Asia
  • hair
    SHA DONG
  • makeup
    KIWI LEE
  • production
    CONCRETE
  • production on set
    YOYO ZHAO
  • casting
    AFFA OSMAN
  • styling assistants
    AGNES, NADIA DAHAN

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