Tag Archives: Content

Franca Sozzani Meets China’s Top Fashion Designers, South Bund

At a meet and greet today hosted by the gracious Ying Wang (Alexander Wang‘s mother, pictured far right), China’s top design talent had a chance to mingle with and solicit advice from one of the world’s most influential and knowledgeable … Continue reading

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The Tents, Fuxing Park

The tents that will house Shanghai Fashion Week (starting tomorrow!) have already gone up and have temporarily displaced our bumping, grunting, hollering, dancing Chinese friends. This is what the giant main lawn of Fuxing Park usually looks like: But it’s … Continue reading

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Updates Updates Updates!! + Fashion Show Videos

So many updates! Most importantly I’ve made it easier to browse Chinese Fashion History and Chinese Fashion News by splitting them into categories. Simply scroll over the tabs with your mouse and you’ll get a dropdown breaking down the category … Continue reading

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Shanghai’s First Fashion’s Night Out, Xin Tian Di

Last year China’s official FNO was in Beijing (as Vogue is based there), but this year China’s most stylish Gen Y-ers flocked to Infinity Plaza in Shanghai for the shopping portion of the event, and later made their way to … Continue reading

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Uma Wang Menswear (+WWD article on CFC!)

Today was the best day ever!! I went to Uma Wang‘s studio because she just finished a capsule menswear collection for FW11 for ultra-hip London boutique Vertice and needed to document her incredible work… So I tried on some samples … Continue reading

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Content目录 SFW Opening Show, Jing An District

So it’s already been a full 24 hours since Content’s opening show at Shanghai Fashion Week, and I’m still blown away ever time I think of it… It was legit one of my top 3 favorite fashion shows at Shanghai … Continue reading

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Content 目录 Opening Fashion Show for Shanghai Fashion Week, Jing An District

The show isn’t until tomorrow, but I just received my tickets and a customized pair of pants from Content to wear to their show which will officially open Shanghai Fashion Week. I’m a huge fan of the show’s concept, which … Continue reading

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Bring on Spring, Xin Tian Di

Chinese friends, designers, and consumers alike have told me that Chinese people don’t like to wear a lot of color, so although this young man may not be anything special Stateside, he stuck out like a sore thumb here in … Continue reading

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