Category Archive: Ethnic Minorities

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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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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Wang Lili at Shanghai Fashion Week

I’m officially done with SFW!! I saw my last show today, and although there are plenty of shows I still want to post about, I’m tired of covering only the runways because that’s… Continue reading

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Ethnic Minority Hats, Shanghai

The other day I took a designer friend to lunch at a Xin Jiang restaurant in Shanghai called Xibo. Previously I’d only been there at night for dinner, and never noticed the decor… Continue reading

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Style Icon: Urban Tibetan, Shanghai

Meet Tibetan author and the first “China Style Icon” on CPHNS, Wang Lili: I first met this nutty but loveable lady outside of last season’s Shanghai Fashion Week closing party, and we ended… Continue reading

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Gettin’ Your Hair Did (Men’s Version), French Concession and Hong Kong

Last year as Chinese New Year approached, I noticed a lot of Chinese women Gettin’ Their Hair Did. In what ended up being one of CPHNS’s most popular posts last year, I captured… Continue reading

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The Tibetan Minority, South Bund

While Christmas shopping for my friends and family back home in the good ol’ USA, I had the pleasure of running into a Tibetan woman hawking her wares… …Although her clothes weren’t the… Continue reading

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The Miao Ethnic Minority, Fuxing Park

I feel like I need a break from posting about Shanghai Fashion Week (yes, there are still a few shows I haven’t posted about yet, I’ll get around to it I promise), but… Continue reading

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Chinese Ethnic Minorities Series, Part I

Since I’m off to Beijing again and can’t post from there, I’ve scheduled this post to keep things fresh… And what better way to keep things fresh than by introducing a whole new… Continue reading

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