K was walking in the Shida Night Market when I met him. As you can see, his name is as original as his style.
K was wearing a black shirt, a black hooded sweatshirt, a grey jacket, black jeans, maroon socks and black Converse with platform. His complements were some bracelets, a black backpack and a necklace with a light bulb as a pendant.
Orange was going to the Shida Night Market with a friend when I met her.
She was wearing a white winter padded vest with hood, a black shirt, blue trousers with leopard print and black boots. As complements, a dark yellow bag and black-rimmed glasses without glass (very fashionable among Taiwanese girls). It is worth paying attention to a couple of details that are in Orange’s vest: a big pink bow on the hood and a red rabbit tail on her back. I even asked if she had added these details by herself, but Orange said they came with the vest.