Prada waders in Vogue China: Fishing Day

Every magazine right now is loving an excuse to work Prada‘s thigh high fishing waders into an editorial. So much was the case for Vogue China that they just decided to do an entirely fishing themed shoot for their October 2009 issue. At least it adds some cute practicality to the otherwise inefficacious style of luxury footwear.

Fishing Day, Vogue China

Click the thumbnails for full pictures:
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange
Vogue China - October 2009 - Fishing Day - Constance J & Iekeliene Stange

The shoot features Constance Jablonski and Iekeliene Stange, and was shot by Tom Munro. You can see the rest by clicking on the thumbnails below.

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