Missing Abbey Lee

Lachlan Bailey’s shoot Bloom Forth for Vogue China is a delicate, almost wistful take on floral spring dressing. Despite a palette that includes vibrant yellows and piercing blues, Abbey Lee Kershaw lies pensively across floral furnishings or perches listlessly in window frames. Clare Richardson’s styling is delicate enough to fit with the low-key mood. But all in all we can’t help thinking this is just one for the Abbey Lee fans who have been missing her a little of late.

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Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12
Abbey Lee Kershaw: Vogue China, May '12

For the full shoot from Vogue China’s May 2012 issue, starring Abbey Lee Kershaw, click on the gallery above.

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