"Vision & Virtuosity" details the company's 180-year history, including an homage to "Breakfast at Tiffany's" and the famous yellow diamond worn by Lady Gaga.
The event will celebrate the brand's 15th anniversary in China.
And Shailene Woodley looks absolutely lovely on the cover of 'Instyle.'
And Tavi Gevinson turns legal voting age!
It’s been a big week for Elite. Not only is the modeling agency celebrating the 28th edition of its annual Model Look Contest in Shanghai, it has also just announced the launch of its first Chinese branch in the same city. This will encourage local shoots, boost Chinese models’ careers worldwide, and add Asia onto Western models’ radars, explained Elite World’s president Vick Mihaci. This is hardly a surprising move considering China is the world’s second largest luxury consumer while production costs remain remarkably low. Efforts by big western brands to target the local market are endless, ranging from the soaring number of Western mags’ Chinese editions (including the local-only Elle Man or Harper’s Bazaar Art, to Hermès’ China-only brand Shang Xia, to big brands like Burberry, Chanel putting on shows in Shanghai or Prada putting on a show in Beijing. But Elite's new venture is a two-pronged effort: