Category Archive: Bags

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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#ADreamIDreamed, Yayoi Kusama Exhibition at MOCA Shanghai

I recently went to MOCA in People’s Square to experience the Yayoi Kusama Exhibition, but mainly the Infinity Room. But there were plenty of things to experience and see, including the throngs of… 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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Tigers On My Back, Line 8

I’m baaaack!! And it’s only because I saw this awesome guy on the subway this morning. His outfit was cool enough from the front for me to snap some shots, but once I… 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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Rucksacks, French Concession

The sun is finally starting to pierce through the smog layer, and corresponding with the sun’s emergence is the coming out of the many characters that typically populate Shanghai’s streets in the warmer… Continue reading

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Submissions: Fur Fur Fur Fur Fur

Brr brr brr brr brrrrrrrr, it’s still freezing in Shanghai… When will Spring arrive?! I don’t want to jump straight to summer, but everyone is still wearing their winter coats like it’s December!!… 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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The Murse Project Part 二, Shanghai

I started posting about the prevalence of “murses” in China a while ago, but I think I might have been too judgmental at first… I used to think that the average Chinese guy… Continue reading

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