asianbowlcuts:

GROWNASS BOWLCUT: It’s not common we get mid-pubescent bowlcuts but today is a special day. Check the pre-ironic wide-framed glasses and large window-pane print for a perfectly buttoned-up look. This bowlcut is simply avant-garde for the normcore so-called post-fashion set. WE BOWLCUTTIN SO FASHION

Me at 16, circa 1991. I had this haircut for a long time. Thanks for the site! It also comes up as a Google Images search for “asian bieber” which is how I found the site — many thanks!

ASIANS WITH BOWLCUTS, UNITE! RECLAIM THE BOWLCUT! SUBMIT YOUR OWN!

asianbowlcuts:

GROWNASS BOWLCUT: It’s not common we get mid-pubescent bowlcuts but today is a special day. Check the pre-ironic wide-framed glasses and large window-pane print for a perfectly buttoned-up look. This bowlcut is simply avant-garde for the normcore so-called post-fashion set. WE BOWLCUTTIN SO FASHION

Me at 16, circa 1991. I had this haircut for a long time. Thanks for the site! It also comes up as a Google Images search for “asian bieber” which is how I found the site — many thanks!

ASIANS WITH BOWLCUTS, UNITE! RECLAIM THE BOWLCUT! SUBMIT YOUR OWN!

getthesoundoffyourhead:

FKJ - Lying Together

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wearemusicperformers:

Nujabes / Sea Of Cloud

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jordanloveskats:

Angela Chan at my studio // holding her flyknit collection


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jordanloveskats:

Angela Chan at my studio // holding her flyknit collection

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Chinatown Sartorialist - The Bold Italic - San Francisco
Written by Valerie Luu · Photographs by Andria Lo

Chinatown fashion combines urban utilitarianism with smart, unexpected combinations of prints and a use of color that just made me feel uplifted whenever I saw it. They’re fashionistas – worthy of any street-style blog.

If you were to replace the 80-year-old senior with, say, myself, I would look so undoubtedly hip. Unfortunately, I don’t possess that same knack for fashion, but I wanted to meet these fashion-forward seniors and document their style.

This photo essay is a month’s worth of excursions with photographer Andria Lo and translators Tricia Choi, Kat Wong, and Michelle Yeung. It was a month of cold and hot tea and dim sum meals, of many seniors being open with us, sharing their outfits and telling us their stories, from the feet up.

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