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We celebrated the influx of new models at New York Fashion Week this morning, but for the afternoon, we decided to take note of one of our favorite FW vets, Liu Wen. The Chinese stunner began modeling in 2005 and has appeared hundreds in ad campaigns, on runways, and in editorials ever since. As the first East Asian model to walk in Victoria's Secret 2009 show, Liu's multi-versatile look is both relatable, high-fashion, and all too compelling. We had Craig Arend of
, the OG of model-off-duty style, to tag along with Wen as she spent a day attending casting calls. Pics and our Q&A with the gal in the slideshow!
Photos by Altamira
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