Featured Article: Numéro China 2012 Covers Recap


Talk about model love. Numéro China really, really in love with Xiao Meng Huang. They excessively used her in four (!) different cover slots in 2012. The Chinese model who is represented by DNA Models in New York was featured on the magazine’s January/February, May, October and November issue respectively. She got the chance to work with stylist Joseph Carle and photographers Yin Chao and Tiziano Magni multiple times last year.

Following her trail is fellow model Xiao Wen Ju, who graced two front pages (April and June/July) for Numéro China, both photographed by Tiziano Magni. The Italian born photographer snapped most of the covers for the magazine in 2012. Other than the mentioned names above, he also works with cover girls Tati Cotliar (March), Sara Blomqvist (August), and Carolyn Murphy (September). And that leaves the December issue, featuring top catwalker Eniko Mihalik who posed in front of Gianluca Fontana lens.

Numéro China gave variety this year. Some works (Natice American headpiece on Sara and Xiao Wen Ju‘s June/July issue), but some didn’t (we are looking at you Eniko!). Hopefully next year line up will be more exciting.

Share to us your favourite cover from Numéro China in the comment box below. You can also read last year’s recap, here.

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