Fuyu means ‘wealthy’ in Chinese which speaks to the attitude of this collection. We see a wealth of colour, technique and texture portrayed through each look.
The looks capture the opulence and luxury of rich Asian culture. A sequel to my Tokyo Love Booth collection, FUYU is more powerful and grown up, showcasing dynamic cuts and vibrant colour against the all black styling and lavish gold accessories.
Hair: Tim Scott Wright • Photography: Michael Young • Stylist: Clare Frith • MUA: Maddie Austin
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