Category Archive: Domestic Development

Designer Spotlight: Coko Wan

Meet Coko Wan, China’s most colorful designer: She attended the London College of Fashion in 2000, the end result of which was this amazing bag collection that transforms into clothes: Coko states: “A… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Update!!

The Chinese Fashion History tab had been updated with pictures from 1930-1949. Check out what most call the “most fashionable period” in modern Chinese history. This woman epitomized the period with her big… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Update!

I just updated the Chinese Fashion History Tab with 3 pictures from the 1920s-1930s, an important decade in Chinese fashion when two pieces became one and the fringe was lost. Here’s a teaser,… Continue reading

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Helen Lee’s Eponymous Debut @ SFW, Jing An District

Helen Lee presented her eponymous collection on Sunday night at 800Show to Shanghai’s fashion elite, such as this beautiful young lady (my friend Hart from shanghaistylefile.com also noticed her): The young Chinese designer… Continue reading

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Content 目录 Opening Fashion Show for Shanghai Fashion Week, Jing An District

The show isn’t until tomorrow, but I just received my tickets and a customized pair of pants from Content to wear to their show which will officially open Shanghai Fashion Week. I’m a… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Update!

The most recent update of Chinese Fashion History at chinesepeoplehavenostyle.com includes pictures from 1910-1920, as well as an illustration of the evolution of 20th Century Chinese Fashion. Check it out!

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Chinese Fashion History Launch!!

Dear Readership, Please notice the new tab for “Chinese Fashion History” at the top of the page… There are only 4 pictures at the moment, but I’ll be filling them out gradually by… Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Launch, 20th Century Shanghai

I’ve spent the past few weeks cataloging some 300 photos of Chinese people from 1900-1980, and will soon launch a section on the blog called “Chinese Fashion History” so you all can see… Continue reading

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Globalization and the Conflation of Culture, China

The woman below just barely missed making the Top 10 of 2010 List, but I felt that I could structure a whole post around her because she looks like the ultimate mixed baby…… Continue reading

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