Category Archive: Best Dressed Generation

The Best Perspective is Up, Guangzhou

Even though it’s been raining in Shanghai now for about a week straight, I’m still trying to keep my head and spirits up… But I wouldn’t dare take the perspective of this little… Continue reading

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The Beach, Jin Shan

It’s DECEMBER already………. Wait, what?! Where did 2011 go? Even though it’s almost impossible to believe, the chilly weather is reassurance enough that it is definitely time to break out the winter wardrobe… Continue reading

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The Roller Disco, Putuo

So most Chinese people are not into vintage in the same way their Western counterparts are, but it’s slowly catching on in the Mainland… One reason they may not be that interested in… Continue reading

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Gen Z: The Future of Chinese Fashion Part III, China

Kids in China: Some kids in China are as plugged into technology as their Western counterparts, but all kids have their possessions, obsessions, and companions, right? I don’t always love childrenswear, but some… Continue reading

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Beijing’s Backroads, Somewhere in Beijing

Two weeks ago I went to Beijing to attend Xander Zhou‘s fashion show as well as BNC‘s first anniversary fashion show, but I’ve failed to post about either of them so far because… Continue reading

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Happy Halloween!, Shanghai

To take a bit of a break from posting about Shanghai Fashion Week, here’s a quick Halloween update from Shanghai before I go to Beijing next week for Xander Zhou‘s SS12 presentation (kinda… Continue reading

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Match Set, Shanghai

In honor of the Rolex Masters that are finishing up in Shanghai, I present you with: match sets. I see (usually elderly) Chinese women all the time wearing quick, easy two-piece outfits that… Continue reading

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The Autumn Clash, Xin Tian Di

This is the very aiyi (same outfit, different day) who helped me come up with the idea of clashing back in July. Well folks, now that it’s officially autumn my muse is changing… Continue reading

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The Chinese Dandy, French Concession

I love dandies, but I don’t like the way Wikipedia describes them. They portray dandies as middle class people who would imitate the upper class because they wanted or longed to be of… Continue reading

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