Category Archive: Chinese Sartorial System

When Red is Green, Xintiandi

I love ethnic minorities and their garb, so when I discovered this woman who seems to be new in my hood, I was excited to see what treasures her wardrobe may have in… Continue reading

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China Art Book Fair, Pudong

I recently went all the way to Pu-Jersey to check out some artistic books, and in the end I was super stoked I made the trek… Not only because the publications were great,… Continue reading

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I’m Watching You Watching Me Watching You, Shanghai Exhibition Center

Nothing says love like a double-selfie double-selfie. And you’re obviously both super cute but that angle ain’t doin’ nothin’ from neither of y’all.

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So Red So Green So Christmas, Xintiandi

This woman had no idea she was oh-so appropriately dressed for Christmas, but I mean: This other woman was also Christmas-flavored with her striped hair and bright green bag. I seriously couldn’t believe… Continue reading

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Jacqueline and her Beanstalks, On Top of Shanghai

I really really really didn’t want to post about this because everyone else already has, but I had like 8 million opportunities to take pictures of Chinese people with a range of vegetation… Continue reading

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Oh So Ethnic, Jing An District

I’m so glad to see that Chinese people are now embracing ethnic clothing traditions moreso than ever before… Whether it be something as simple as a pattern: or a bag: It’s incredibly important… Continue reading

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A More Refined China, Shanghai Railway Station

The way Chinese people dress has changed pretty dramatically since I first came here six years ago. Sure, there were always well-dressed Chinese people, but they were the privileged and international… Now dressing… Continue reading

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Missy Skins FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

Missy Skins is like the super sexy female cousin of Victoria Ivachoff’s previous menswear label, Campaign. The designer is no stranger to the fashion industry, but she’s now geared her creativity towards creating… Continue reading

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Decoster FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

I wasn’t expecting it, but this was one of my favorite shows so far this season. I was impressed with parts of the collection last season, but it looked like five different designers… Continue reading

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