In honor of tonight’s episode of Work of Art, let’s check in on the most stylish little reality show hostess on the air today, Miss China Chow, whose name should always be written China! Chow! because it just looks right that way, doesn’t it?
Anyway, we think the gal can wear clothes like nobody’s business but we’re left a little flat by this editorial. Mainly because of the concept behind it.
Work of Art‘s China Chow is featured in the December 2011 issue of ELLE magazine photographed by Richard Philips and styled by Stacy Battat. Gucci Jacket. Hervé Léger by Max Azria Skirt.
Hervé Léger by Max Azria Swinsuit. Emporio Armani Skirt. Christian Louboutin Pumps.
Dress by Mugler. Christian Louboutin Pumps.
Top by Versace. Pants by Louis Vuitton. Gloves by Kiki de Montparnasse. Christian Louboutin Pumps.
Chanel Dress. Gloves by Kiki de Montparnasse.
Dress by Balenciaga.
Vest and Skirt from New York Vintage. Clutch by Balenciaga. Cuff by Kenneth Jay Lane.
We’re just not feeling the whole car thing with her. It’s not what comes to mind when you think of her. The clothes look great, but we can’t help thinking this was a waste of her strengths. She’s tiny and striking and she’s lost among such big props.
[Photo Credit: Richard Philips for elle.com via designscene.net]
Tags: Balenciaga, Chanel, China Chow, Christian Louboutin, ELLE, Emporio Armani, Gucci, Hervé Léger by Max Azria, Kenneth Jay Lane, Kiki de Montparnasse, Louis Vuitton, Mugler, New York Vintage, Richard Philips, Versace