Armed and Not Dangerous, Huang Pu District

Kids love toys, and Chinese kids are no exception. Take, for example, these two adorable little girls: But despite their cuteness I still don’t know how I feel about toy guns for kids,… Continue reading

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Beat the Heat, Shanghai

Most people don’t look forward to typhoons, but in Shanghai they are known to bring the best weather (and the lowest PM 2.5 levels!). With brief, refreshing rainstorms and a constant wind, the… Continue reading

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A More Refined China, Shanghai Railway Station

The way Chinese people dress has changed pretty dramatically since I first came here six years ago. Sure, there were always well-dressed Chinese people, but they were the privileged and international… Now dressing… Continue reading

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Head to Toe, Nan Chang Road

Guyzzzzzz, I’m baaaaacccccckkkkkkk! And that means so are pictures of Chinese people on da streets!! Soooooo… summer is officially here after a long rainy season and people are breaking out their summer gear, but… 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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