The third day of NYFW promised more electrifying looks after a star studded Saturday of runway looks from Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang, Jen Kao, and Joseph Altuzarra from the day prior. Check out some looks modeled by our favorite Asian models in this roundup!
The 2013 Grammy Awards have come and gone and while Frank Ocean’s win over girlfriend-beater Chris Brown grabbed some headlines, much ado was made about Katy Perry‘s jaw-dropping green Gucci dress, which accentuated her ample bosom.
Well, it turns out she wasn’t the first to wear the show-stopping number made by Gucci, Chinese actress and Summer 2011 Audrey cover girl Li Bing Bing wore the same dress to the Golden Horse Awards last November.
So who wore it better? Katy Perry accentuated her chest and oozed sex appeal while Li Bing Bing made the dress seem a bit classier and more elegant. What do you guys think? Continue Reading »
What are you getting on February 10th from Prabal Gurung’s collection for Target? We have some items in mind – and we can’t wait until the collection hits stores and online. In the meantime, check out this adorable video promoting the line.
New York Fashion Week is here! Here’s some of our favorite looks from the first day – of course, featuring our favorite Asian models!
The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) aims to retain and present the rich history, heritage, culture and diverse experiences of Chinese descent in the United States. Founded in 1980, the museum strives to create dialogue and understanding from all cultures about the experience of Chinese Americans. Much to our excitement, two upcoming exhibits are Fashion exhibits:
Front Row: Chinese American Designers
April 26, 2013 to September 29, 2013
Front Row celebrates the rise of Chinese American designers in New York. This spans from the emerging designers in the 1980′s such as Anna Sui, Yeohlee Teng, Vera Wang and Vivienne Tam all the way to current Fashion designers such as Derek Lam and Phillip Lim who have built global enterprises and have become established figures in an international fashion world. The exhibit not only features the work of seventeen designers, but analyzes the very unique relationship between Asia and New York.
Front Row is guest-curated by designer Mary Ping, and features the work of Thomas Chen, David Chu, Melinda Eng, Jade Lai, Derek Lam, Wayne Lee, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, Phillip Lim, Mary Ping, Peter Som, Anna Sui, Vivienne Tam, Yeohlee Teng, Zang Toi, Vera Wang, and Jason Wu.
Shanghai Glamour: New Women 1910s-40s
April 26, 2013 to September 29, 2013
Focused on the early 20th century, Shanghai Glamour delves into the very unique fashion of Shanghai women and analyzes how it created a picture seduction and mystery for the city.
“ The city’s identity was deeply associated with its women and their fashion. Their dresses and manners textured the city’s modern life and became the emblems of Shanghai modernity. Beyond the glamour, the changing styles of female clothing and the controversial images of modern women also manifested the social and political anxieties in the transitional period that ushered in new gender roles.”
The exhibit features twelve outfits from the 1910s-1940s from the China National Silk Museum in Hangzhou and various accessories, posters, lifestyle magazines, and period images. Shanghai Glamour examines how women used fashion to create their identity.
To learn more about these exhibits, click here.
Even more products have been added to the adorable Hello Kitty cosmetics line. Don’t wait til the last minute to get yours! The new Spring 2013 Makeup collection is available exclusively and in limited edition right now at Sephora. Keep reading to get a glimpse of the new gift sets and be prepared to be overwhelmed with the cuteness.
Chinese-American fashion designer, Anna Sui, gives us a bold splash of color with her Spring 2013 ”Drama Queen” cosmetics line. From lipstick to concealer, the new line gives us exciting variations and dramatic looks. Continue reading to get a sneak peak at this dazzling line!