Vivienne Mok‘s work is always pretty, always feminine; filled as they are with those objects of girlish fancy like tulle and chiffon, lace and roses. This is where it crosses over into the sensual, the sheer fabric exposing bare skin, the natural beauty of bed hair and no makeup.

S Magazine Vivienne Mok

Shot for S Magazine, this portrait of model Charo is one where Mok was behind the photography, styling, hair and makeup. You can view the full shoot by Vivienne Mok ( by clicking on the thumbnails and browsing the gallery.

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