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Asia is big fan of Dior with the December 2007 issue of Vogue China and Vogue Japan featuring the same $17,990 Dior by John Galliano lime green jacket on their covers. "Vogue China and Vogue Japan have different fashion directors, stylists, photographers, and models and we don't talk to each other about what clothes we are going to put on our covers!" said Angelica Cheung, editor-in-chief of Vogue China, who called the situation a coincidence.

While it may be a big coincidence, it’s good to see both editors and stylists chose different ways to show off the lambskin Amorso coat. Vogue China’s cover features Chinese model, Du Juan, with the bow collar perfectly ruffled and knotted, while Vogue Japan has British model, Lily Donaldson on the cover where the dramatic mink trimmed sleeves dominated the cover. While the silhouette is interesting on the Vogue Japan cover, I think I prefer the Vogue China cover.

Which do you like better?

[Source: FashionWeekDaily]