Tag Archives: Chinese Fashion System

CPHNS and Exception de MixMind 例外 Anniversaries, Part 二

So I should expand on my previous [double] anniversary post, as it was written in a rush and didn’t really give you a good picture of what I’ve been documenting and analyzing for the past two years in China (it’s … Continue reading

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Chinese Fashion History Update!

The most recent update of Chinese Fashion History at chinesepeoplehavenostyle.com includes pictures from 1910-1920, as well as an illustration of the evolution of 20th Century Chinese Fashion. Check it out!

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What’s Going On China?, Xin Tian Di

When I first came to China, I quickly became disinterested in the oodles and oodles of (usually fake) Burberry, Coach, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton products that pollute the Chinese fashion system, and I thus stopped documenting it; recently though, I … Continue reading

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