Some fun illustrations by our Wechat editors, contrasting life covering fashion weeks before VS now amid #coronavirus. We keep our sense of humour even in most trying times... Go to @voguechina Wechat account to see the whole story! 穿着睡衣云看纽约时装周😀 #nyfw
Valentines card from Hayley the ballerina the artist the brushletterist... 😀😀😀#hayleygraham @hayleygraham19
My column for Vogue US and Vogue UK about life in China right now: https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.vogue.co.uk/news/article/vogue-china-editor-coronavirus-quarantine-beijing%3famp https://www.vogue.co.uk/news/article/vogue-china-editor-coronavirus-quarantine-beijing Thank you, Anna and Edward, for thinking of us. @voguemagazine@britishvogue@voguechina@edward_enninful
Strange times... the 4th heavy snow this year in Beijing...
This issue of #voguechina was signed off amid extremely trying circumstances. The soaring numbers of confirmed cases of Coronavirus and a death toll that kept rising brought us anxiety, weeks of confinement add a feeling of being cut off from the world. We are deeply worried for the safety of our families, our company, the economy and, indeed, the world at large. While I was writing my Editor’s Letter, I remembered this Cecil Beaton photograph, published in 1941 wartime #britishvogue showing a model standing amid the rubble of a bombed building, immaculate in hat, gloves and a suit typical of that era. The title was: Fashion Is Indestructible. It reminds me of a quote from French philosopher Romain Rolland: “There is only one kind of real heroism in the world, that is, after knowing the truth of life, we still love life. ” With this cover of singer/actress #ChrisLee by #nickknight I want to say to our readers: Despite the difficulties, sufferings and sadness, life goes on, and we must keep our poise, love and hope. We must stand strong. #李宇春@voguechina