Evening elegance: the name says it all

Evening elegance. These two, simple, alliterative words sum up An Le’s shoot for Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam in a nutshell. When going to an evening event you can rely on effortless beauty to carry you through – or you can go all out and leave no questions as to where all eyes will be turning. Ise White’s styling is the latter variety, leaving no detail untouched.

An oriental silk print dress doesn’t get left to its own devices, paired with lashings of pearls, red lips and glamorous side waves. A dark gown bursting with ruffles is elevated to an even more extreme level of glamour with diamond-encrusted bangles and huge diamond earrings.

An Le Evening Elegance

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Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam
Evening Elegance by An Le for Harper's Bazaar Vietnam

From hats to heels, from Luca Blandi’s hair styling and Dominique Samuel’s makeup – even Gerry Holford’s brightly manicured nails – every element in An Le’s (anlestudio.com) vision of dramatic elegance is carefully considered.

Featuring models Kiki Kang, Li Ming and Luisa Bianchin, with set design by Anky, you can view the full shoot by clicking on the gallery.

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