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Vogue China November 2005 : Hana Soukupova
Hana Soukupova stole this one... can't wait to see the editorials!


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^very nice cover.

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Hana looks quite good there, better than usual..although she is czech not russian.

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very nice warm cover though theres something odd about her facial expression. Man China has really come with a vengeance!!

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There's a really great article written by the editor in chief for Vogue China in this months UK Vogue (Nov) It gives a month by month account of starting up VC from scratch. Very informative and well written.

I liked the bit on what advice each Vogue editor gave her (Shulman, Wintour etc.)

Def worth a read!

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Nice cover.
Love the jacket :]

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I Bought It
I Dont Like The Cover, Hana Looks Old

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There's a really great article written by the editor in chief for Vogue China in this months UK Vogue (Nov) It gives a month by month account of starting up VC from scratch. Very informative and well written.

I liked the bit on what advice each Vogue editor gave her (Shulman, Wintour etc.)

Def worth a read!
who is the editor, by the way?

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The cover in good only good is better of the gisele Oct

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does anybody know who shot the cover?

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wonderful cover!!

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Soooooooo boring......

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who is the editor, by the way?
Angelica Cheung

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Fashion world's ultimate accessory comes to China

Nicole Mowbray
Sunday September 18, 2005
The Observer

Neon-lit newsstands, groaning under the weight of hundreds of glossy women's magazines, are everywhere in Shanghai and Beijing. And this month China's growing importance to the fashion world was officially recognised - it got its own Vogue.

'Good taste continues it's world tour with China the latest country to get the Vogue makeover,' trumpeted Vogue.com.

The first issue had a print-run of 300,000 copies, selling out within a matter of days. An extra print-run also sold out almost immediately. Judging by the weight of it, Vogue China has been popular with the advertisers too. It's over 400 pages thick and boasts adverts from all the big international names: Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Clinique.

China's tough media regulation has been eased in the past few years, but getting permission to publish still took Vogue three years, though there has been something of an international magazine bonanza - Elle, Marie Claire, Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan are all now available in China.

But Vogue is different. It's been three years in the inception and has an all-star editorial team. Editorial director Angelica Cheung came from Chinese Elle magazine, other staff have been lured from British and Australian Vogue, but 85 per cent of the staff are Chinese.

'Vogue China is different to the other Chinese fashion and lifestyle magazines,' says James Woolhouse, president of Condť Nast Asia Pacific. 'Most of our competitors lift material or syndicate it from sister magazines. Vogue China is written in China for the Chinese market.'

Condť Nast is aiming its latest baby at a new China - a generation of professional women in their 20s and 30s who now have spending power and luxury brand aspirations.

The world of Chinese fashion has been in the news in the UK recently due to the 'bra wars' - the influx of cheap clothing imports into Europe. But China itself is proving a goldmine for Western designers. Dolce & Gabbana is expanding into China soon. Italian label Louis Vuitton makes 50 per cent of its sales there; it has a huge shop in Shanghai and two flagship stores in Beijing. Louis Vuitton boss Yves Carcelle has said he plans to open 'three or four more shops in China' next year, while Giorgio Armani is aiming for between 20 and 30 stores on the mainland before 2008.

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Italian label Louis Vuitton makes 50 per cent of its sales there; it has a huge shop in Shanghai and two flagship stores in Beijing.
somebody needs a fashion glossary.

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