Category Archive: Blue

Future Blue Shoes, Fuxing Park

When I was a kid I always always always wanted those tennis shoes that light up and blink when you walk, so naturally these bright, futuristic, and always-on shoes caught my eye as… Continue reading

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Death Wish, Huang Pu District

This guy may or may not have a death wish… Not only is he riding with one hand but he’s also crossing the intersection illegally (notice the green light in the background) while… Continue reading

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Sartorial Solidarity, from Shanghai to Ground Zero with Love and Respect

I bleed Red, White, & Blue, and Stars/Stripes too… and so do, perhaps surprisingly, a lot of Chinese people! Check out some of our finest Chinese brethren donning some great Americana below: Whether… Continue reading

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That Flow, Shanghai Outskirts

There are few combos that are better than something flowy and some wind… So when it’s windy and there are cool girls in cool clothes on bikes, sh*t starts getting real real, real… Continue reading

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Red, White, & Brue, from Shanghai to America (with Love)

. I’d like to think that all these Chinese people are wearing red, white, and blue as a sartorial sign of solidarity, but I doubt that is the reason… But whatever their motivations,… Continue reading

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Lighter and Brighter, Shanghai Railway Station

It seemed for a while there like winter would never end in Shanghai, but if sartorial cues are telling at all of the weather then I would say things look like they are… Continue reading

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Dark Runners, South French Concession (?)

After Shanghai’s April Acid Showers, it finally feels like Summer is coming… So I’ve been doing a lot of night scootering, and have discovered some pretty cool places over the past few weeks.… Continue reading

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ZucZug by Wang Yi Yang, Day 5 of Shanghai Fashion Week

ZucZug is truly a brand made for everyone. Although their creative director (Wang Yi Yang of Cha Gang) and design team are all Chinese, the brand strives to embrace people of all ethnic… Continue reading

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Helen Lee, Day 4 at Shanghai Fashion Week

Helen Lee, a perennial favorite and ardent support of Shanghai Fashion Week since she launched her eponymous label in April 2011, continues to improve upon an already solid foundation and create strong, compelling… Continue reading

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