Category Archive: Huai Hai Road

Ugly People Sex, Huai Hai Road

I try to avoid taking pictures of branded shirts or clothing with advertising on it but this one is just TOO GOOD to not share: I wasn’t going to put it up cause I thought… 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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Shanghai’s First Fashion’s Night Out, Xin Tian Di

Last year China’s official FNO was in Beijing (as Vogue is based there), but this year China’s most stylish Gen Y-ers flocked to Infinity Plaza in Shanghai for the shopping portion of the… Continue reading

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Post 105: The CLASH

This final post of my 100th Post Countdown of Shanghai’s Top 5 Sartorial Trends will break down what Shanghai’s style is all about, but first I wanted to point out that I’ve made… Continue reading

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Knowledge is Priceless, Huai Hai Road

But I guess according to this guy, knowledge is as disposable as his own excrement. The thing I really love though about this whole shirt situation are the two pink fairies that emphasize… 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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Literally Fashionable, Shanghai

I’ve posted quite a bit about Chinese people dressing very literally before, but I’ve seen some more ridiculous “English” sayings on clothing than “Just Kiss Me Baby” and “Loud Beats Saved My Life”… Continue reading

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Subtlety in Shanghai in 2011?

Chinese New Year lasts about two weeks, and I’ve definitely noticed recurring styles in Shanghai since the new year began… Most of the Shanghainese are dressing very 高调   (gao diao), or “loud” I… Continue reading

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Teenie Weenies, Huai Hai Road

This girl’s outfit is pretty standard in China, but I thought her coat was particularly humorous and thus post-worthy: The jacket itself is nothing special by any means, but the name of the… Continue reading

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