On Weibo (China’s Twitter), he is being compared to Lady Gaga and is even described being as her little brother.
Right before the Chi Zhang show, I imagine she was alerting a friend regarding the humidity, huge number of spectators, or extreme styles.
This big former chemical tank at 798 has hosted numerous events including those for Tod’s and Mont Blanc. Exiting it after the Chi Zhang show is Super VC bassist Zhen Yang, a regular on Stylites.
Things are happening so fast in China today – or at least that is the cliché.
Bazaar stylist Anan dressed appropriately for the Zhang Chi show, which was help in the converted chemical tank in 798 area. She stands in front of it.
Now without a gas mask, here is one of the models from the Chi Zhang show last night.
Here is my last batch of photos from Intro.
For me, this is retro. It reminds me of the the sort of image one might have seen three years ago on the cover of a report by some hip consultancy on consumption patterns in trends of youth in China. I guess it is the short, dyed hair that does it, plus the slightly inscrutable confidence.
The singer Queen Sea Big Shark, she was just shot by renowned photographer Mario Testino for a profile likely to appear in the September issue of US Vogue. As you may have heard, there was an unprecedentedly huge delegation from that magazine in town last week interviewing, photographing, and generally making a footprint here in China. China is going to be one of the main themes for Vogue’s thickest issue of 2011.
I wouldn’t have quite expected this trend.
Music events like Intro give the fashion crowd the perfect occasion to strut their stuff.
Some people really got down and groovy at Intro.
Both days at Intro Music Festival were very sunny and warm. Everyone was out in their attention-grabbing shades.
Here is PR executive Tina at Wuhao, which may have the very most attractive setting of any concept shop in the world.
She studies fashion design here in Beijing.
This young fashion designer is wearing his own creations.