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Published on February 23rd, 2011 | by trendcocktail


Vogue Nippon Goes Multi-National

It would make sense that the next biggest trend for magazine covers would be multi-national, multi-cultural models. With mixtures of ethnicity being such a big trend with fashion, it fits that magazines see the advantage of appealing to different cultures. While the goal when chosing a model is appealing to different cultures, it is almost genius to use four models. Enter models Fei Fei Sun, Britt Maren, Bambi Northwood Blyth, and Milou Van Groesen who were great choices to get the trend going, all wearing Louis Vuitton shot by photographersInez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for the latest Vogue Nippon cover.

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    Sonya Holley

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    Sonya Holley is an international fashion writer, denim expert, and fashion recruiter whose career has taken her to 27 countries around the world. As a writer, Sonya attends New York, London and Berlin fashion weeks where she covers style and the fashion business for her blog Sonya has been featured numerous times in the New York Times and Vogue Italy for fashion writing and her personal style. A former Director of Denim at Ralph Lauren, Sonya has worked at top designer brands which also include Tommy Hilfiger and Karl Lagerfeld as a denim specialist where her denim work has been featured in Marie Claire, Bazaar, and Vogue Magazine. Educated in Madrid, Spain with an MBA in International Business and Bachelor's Degree in International Business from London, Sonya has also taught as a professor of fashion and business at LIM College and Berkeley College in New York City.

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