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Exception de MixMind 15th Anniversary Fashion Show Part 二, Guangzhou

The pictures I posted previously on Exception de MixMind’s 15th Anniversary Show, which included over 100 full looks shown to live music in Zaha Hadid’s Opera House in Guangzhou, did not do the show or brand justice… So here is … Continue reading

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Exception de MixMind 15th Anniversary Show, Guangzhou

Have you noticed the changes I made to the blog title? After taking heat about it for two years (including the previous incarnation) and the street style situation changing pretty drastically in China (for the better), I’ve decided to make … Continue reading

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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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The History of Chinese Fashion Design, China

Few people know the history of Chinese fashion design as it is a very, very young industry… So that’s why I wrote an article about it. It started almost 15 years ago with the establishment of Exception de MixMind by … Continue reading

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Fashion Week Part III: Decoster Concept Closing Show

So first generation Chinese brand Decoster made Chinese Fashion History yesterday night by not only staging their first fashion show in their 11 year history but also by launching their new “Decoster Concept” label, which is meant to be even … Continue reading

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Fashion Week Part II: Jenny Ji, Helen Lee, and Decoster Concept Rehearsal

So Shanghai Fashion Week went by pretty fast, probably because the weather was terrible so I didn’t make it to many shows… But I managed to make it to most of the domestic Chinese designer brands, which included a lot … Continue reading

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True Colors 本色, Guangzhou

Apologies for my absence over the past few days, but I’ve been in Guangzhou without access to a VPN or proxy, so I’ve been unable to blog since WordPress is blocked in China… But I arrived in Hong Kong this … Continue reading

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