Take me to Paris… now, please

From Shanghai to Paris… Elle China’s editorial with Liu Wen and Mathilde Frachon romanticises cities in that way that makes you want to lace up your travelling shoes and head out to see the world. Quaint dusty bookstores and bay windows overlooking the Eiffel Tower – get me my suitcase.

Liu Wen and Mathilde Frachon in Elle China

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Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010
Liu Wen & Mathilde Frachon: Elle China May 2010

More beautiful photos by Benoit Peverelli at the gallery below.

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