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.
Dora Chien was with a friend (who will also star a near post) in the music festival A Rockable Day.
She was wearing a white top with some geometrical motifs over a grey top, a denim vest, shorts and brown ankle boots with fringing. Dora’s complements were a bracelet, a golden necklace, big sunglasses and a golden satchel bag, from Cambridge Satchel Company.
Ling was with a friend, Lan (who also starred a post here), in Songshan Cultural Park, where the Chanel’s exhibition “The little black jacket” took place.
Ling was wearing a yellow top, a denim vest, printed trousers and sneakers. Her complements were some bracelets and a black leather bag.
And there are already good news regarding to this picture: it has been selected in The New York Times for this week’s Street Style section, under the topic “Sneakers”.
Last Saturday, I was in the Ximen area with the people of the Spanish TV program “Españoles en el mundo” (Spanish people in the world) when we saw Ivy, who was buying some food.
She was wearing a short black dress with a zip in the front, a denim vest tied at the waist and black fringed sandals. Ivy’s complements were a lot of bracelets, some silver necklaces and a brown hat with a white lace band.