Category Archive: Artistic

Best Dressed Generation Case I, French Concession

I always thought that old Chinese people have great style, but I haven’t yet decided which generation I think is collectively the most stylish in China… So these are what I think are… Continue reading

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Individuals vs. The Masses, Jing An District

Behind Plaza 66 lies a quiet little street called Nan Yang Lu [南阳路] that’s usually only used by scooters, as most people end up in the big malls right off of Nanjing Xi… Continue reading

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Practical Patchwork II, Shanghai

Remember the post Practical Patchwork? I loved those pictures so much that I made sure they didn’t keep getting pushed further and further back into the archives by creating the Best 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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Pretty Patchwork, French Concession

Chinese people don’t really do patchwork so much, so this lady really stood out from the crowd with this great shirt: I like its happy, light, and slightly quirky disposition, and it made… Continue reading

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Karl Lagerfeld Photography Exhibition Opening, Bund

I’m still finishing up moving, but I’ve got internet and my computer all situated finally so I thought I’d post some more pics that don’t really need any explanation. So for your viewing… Continue reading

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At the Airport, from Chongqing to Lijiang

This is my first post via my phone, but I couldn’t wait until the end of my trip to share with you all the wonderful clothing I’ve seen in Chongqing and Lijiang. So… Continue reading

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Practical Patchwork, Zha Bei District

Today I traveled to the edges of Shanghai, which are very far away considering it’s a sprawling city of 20+ million. But I had to go to Zha Bei District to open my… Continue reading

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Letter Sweater Crosswalk, Jing An District

I love how this lady’s cardigan is not as literal as “Loud Beats Saved My Life” or “We Get F#%&*$ Busy”, but the subject still certainly suggests a lot to the viewer. I… Continue reading

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