Club Shanghai Sparkles, Xin Tian Di

Although what’s happening on the street is a great indicator of what’s happening at large with the Chinese consumer, what goes on behind closed doors in Shanghai is perhaps more telling of the presence of style in China.

Last night I had the pleasure of eating at Club Shanghai, one of the most exclusive and decadent restaurants in Shanghai. Located above the historic Shanghai Music Hall, it plays host to dinners for some of the more extravagant set. The “high end” is highly indicative of how widely practiced style is within a given place, so I was very pleased to see some unique pieces on some unique women, specifically this sequined number:

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The emergence of style in China
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