Last week was the Taipei In Style fashion fair and I will be soon posting photos about the house shows I attended. There I met Oscar, he was with a friend (who will also star a post very soon), and his style immediately caught my eye.
He was wearing a black T-shirt over a white buttoned shirt, black leather shorts, black leggings, and black and white sneakers. Oscar’s complements were his Samsung camera, big black sunglasses, some golden necklaces, a golden bracelet, and a silver handbag.
Sean was outside of a shop in the Shida Night Market talking with some friends when I saw him.
He was wearing a light denim vest with some studs over a black T-shirt, jeans, striped socks and maroon shoes. Sean’s complements were a black belt (also with some studs), a key chain hanging from his waist with keys and key rings, piercing in each ear, and a golden cross hanging in a golden necklace from his neck. As you can see, he also has some tatoos in his arms.
花花 (Hua Hua, which means “flower”) was with a friend (who will star a near post) in Songshan Cultural Park, where the Chanel’s exhibition “The little black jacket” was taking place.
She was wearing a black T-shirt, mustard wide pants tied at the waist and tight to the ankle, and black sandals with platform. 花花’s complements were a silver necklace, some bracelets and rings, and a beautiful black leather purse from Vivienne Westwood.
潤澤明亮 (Rùnzé míngliàng) was walking in the streets near by the Former American Consulate in Taipei (now a cultural centre with cafeterias, shop, cinema, etc.) in Zhongshan MRT area.
He was wearing a black T-shirt, grey trousers by the knee and plaid sneakers. 潤澤明亮 (Rùnzé míngliàng)’s complements were a ring, a bracelet, a black watch, a black bag and a straw hat. For the camera hanging on his neck, you can see that he is also a fan of photography.