Category Archive: Xin Tian Di

So Red So Green So Christmas, Xintiandi

This woman had no idea she was oh-so appropriately dressed for Christmas, but I mean: This other woman was also Christmas-flavored with her striped hair and bright green bag. I seriously couldn’t believe… Continue reading

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The Scalpers, Shanghai Fashion Week

Sooooo Shanghai Fashion Week is starting again, and it’s my 13th consecutive season… but the scalping phenomenon has only been going on for the past 3 or 4 seasons thanks(?) to the likes… Continue reading

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Womenly Women, Xin Tian Di

Sooooo Chinese people are kinda notorious for their androgyny, whether it be physical or material… The physical aspect is not really controllable, but the way one dresses and styles the self totally is.… Continue reading

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Missy Skins FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

Missy Skins is like the super sexy female cousin of Victoria Ivachoff’s previous menswear label, Campaign. The designer is no stranger to the fashion industry, but she’s now geared her creativity towards creating… Continue reading

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Decoster FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

I wasn’t expecting it, but this was one of my favorite shows so far this season. I was impressed with parts of the collection last season, but it looked like five different designers… Continue reading

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Fake Natoo FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

Fake Natoo is one of my favorite brands, and this show just reinforced those feelings… But it isn’t because of the clothing itself per se (although there were many pieces that I loved… Continue reading

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Three Society FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

This was the strongest collection I’ve seen from Three Society… It was much more cohesive, which is definitely because there are now fewer cooks in the kitchen (there used to be three designers,… Continue reading

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Ban Xiao Xue FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

First off, this was a HUGE collection. I had high hopes for it, and amongst the many, many, many looks that were presented, I found a lot to love. This guy is so… Continue reading

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Deep Moss FW15 at Shanghai Fashion Week, Xin Tian Di

I’ve been following Deep Moss for a few seasons now. It’s one of those more “organic” brands (as its name would have you think) with flowing, natural materials in muted, earthy palettes. This… Continue reading

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