Category Archive: Future of Chinese Fashion

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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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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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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Ban Xiao Xue SS15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

This was the show that saved this season of Shanghai Fashion Week. Of course there were a couple of other solid shows, but this one blew everything out of the water. It had… Continue reading

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Wander 雲遊 SS15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

So this was the big surprise show this season… I wasn’t expecting much at all, as a young girl came into the store that I work at and offered us tickets. She looked… Continue reading

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Decoster SS15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

Decoster has always been one of my favorite local brands, probably because it has had the time and the design team to cultivate a real brand. There is certainly an established aesthetic, which… Continue reading

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Boundless 没边 SS15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

I was super stoked for Zhang Da’s show this season, as he’s one of the funniest designers I know (meaning super playful), but this season seemed a bit more toned down. I don’t… Continue reading

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Deepmoss SS15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

So this was the first time that I saw this brand’s show, but I met the designer last season and saw her collection up close and personal. I loved it’s natural nature, but… Continue reading

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JINNNN SS15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

This was perhaps the most anticipated show of the season, as Jin Chong Yu has positioned himself as an artist and not a designer… Well he’s come down from the pretense to court… Continue reading

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