Fashion as armour as surrealist art: Sui He goes armless for POP

No longer reserved for inside the pages, surrealism makes its way to the cover of Pop Magazine’s fall / winter 2012 issue. What is represented by Sui He’s strangely floating torso? Armour, one can only assume, given the issue is The Warrior Issue.

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The cover was photographed by Viviane Sassen.

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