LumDimSum | Filed under: Fashion, Foodies & Dining Scene, Hot Tips, Upcoming Events | Tags: Artisan Food, Fashion, Good Works Coffee, Indie Design, Miao accessories, Pop-Up Beijing, The Beijing Flea Market, The Bookworm, vintage, Yunnan | No Comments »
LumDimSum | Filed under: Charity, Fashion, Upcoming Events | Tags: 9cm Bagel, Bejiing Flea Market, Ben&Manon, Britt Langford, candy&caviar, Cebula, Ceramic Coasters, Flora and Fauna, Fresh Prints, Happy Tape, Jingjing's jewelry, Living Project x Nepal, MaiMai, PALMA boutique, Reshma Khan, ReVived, secondhand, Shangrila Farms, Springsations, Sweet Tart Bakery, The Bookworm, The Yoganda Project, This City Art, Thrift, Ulee, VSP, Yellow Pummelo | No Comments »
Don’t Miss 2016′s First Beijing Flea Market at The Bookworm!
The very first Beijing Flea Market of 2016, Thrift and The Bookworm are back to host another market with more than 25 local vendors on deck proudly showcasing their very own handmade products, craft goods and affordable clothing and accessories!
While it’s still a too cold to host this fayre on The Bookworm’s rooftop deck, they’ll making room throughout their indoor space for everyone to swing by for some tasty beverages and the rare opportunity to swoop up some awesome products that can only be discovered in this kind of uniquely curated platform.
In addition to scoring some great finds, The Bookworm has a bunch of 2nd hand books for sale. For anyone also wanting to unload a bunch of unwanted clothing, bring them to this flea market!
LumDimSum | Filed under: Fashion | Tags: Babs Heanen, Bad Habbit, boutique shop, Dashilar, designer jewelry, Florence, gallery, Han Sangdoek, Hugo Yeung, Ineke van der Werff, jewelry, Limited Edition, Machtelt Schelling, Mia Kwon, Nanluoguxiang (NLGX), Natalie Song, Rachel Smith, Song Xinzi, Sotheby's Magazine, Sun-mi Do, Theodore Kaye, Ubi Gallery, Zhao Shuo, Zhao Xiaomu | 1 Comment »
Ubi Gallery in Dashilar Showcases and Curates Designer Jewelry + Ceramics
A contemporary jewelry art and ceramics designer boutique, Ubi Gallery basically epitomizes what I wish Nanluoguxiang (NLGX) would look to for inspiration. But maybe NLGX is beyond hope at this point in, what I like to call tourism-madness-at-its-absolute-worst.
In essense, Ubi Gallery is exactly the kind of quality, creative and interesting boutique that makes Dashilar such a growing and highly reputable creative hub. And in case you’re already thinking about that big shopping list of yours, YES! this is where I plan to do most of my Christmas shopping this year. No more fake everything or poorly made rubbish, Ubi Gallery showcases premium “applied art” as they call it, but you can also just say gorgeous, limited edition designer jewelry and ceramics made by different artists from all over the world.
LumDimSum | Filed under: Fashion | Tags: Anntian, Baochao Hutong, BDW, Beijing, Beijing Design Week, Bless, Chengdu, clothing label, Daniel Palillo, Dashilar, Design, Designers Against AIDs, Facehunter, Fashion, Fashionary, ffiXXed, Henrik Vibskov, independent designers, Nomad Store projects, Paris Fashion Week, Ritchie Chan, Shanghai, Taobao, Triple Major, University of Southern California (USC), WOK, Wut Berlin, “Project White T-Shirt” | 3 Comments »
Triple-Major Multi-Brand Fashion Concept Boutique in Beijing
For anyone who knows anything about the fashion industry in China, Triple-Major is a well-respected fashion boutique brand known for their range of specifically curated independent local and stand-out international designers. And after only been open for a few years (since 2010), they’ve already got three branches spread across China to showcase for their growing name – in Beijing, Shanghai and Chengdu.
“Triple-Major is involved in the fashion industry across a wide-spread field with its primary concept being ‘reinventing popular culture’. As a retailer, a fashion label and a creative studio, we aim to challenge the creative limits of fashion and to propose new perspectives on design.”
LumDimSum | Filed under: Charity, Fashion | Tags: Charity, global connection, In and Out, indiegogo, Musana, sustainable, Taozi Tree Yoga, The Taco Bar, The Yoganda Project, Theresa Pauline, Uganda, YiHe Hot Yoga, Yoga, Yoga Yard | 3 Comments »
The Yoganda Project by Taozi Tree Yoga’s Founder Theresa Pauline
The first time I laid eyes on these gorgeous, vibrant Yoganda yoga bags was at The Hutong‘s annual and festive winter fayre. With so many bright colors, these bags popped out among all the other merchandise for sale and I couldn’t help but admire all the colorful patterns and and learn more about this passion project.
Started by yogi and world traveler Theresa Pauline, who is also founder of Taozi Tree Yoga, she wanted to find a self-sustainable solution to bringing vulnerable women out of extreme poverty in Uganda. A project that developed after several trips to Uganda, this is a project that remains very close to her heart as Uganda is where Theresa’s sister is the founder and head of the Musana project.
“Musana is a non-profit organization led and run by community members that creates local businesses to generate income that will sustain all outreach projects that cater towards the community’s needs. These initiatives include educating vulnerable children and orphans about God’s love while building them into knowledgeable leaders with integrity, empowering women through skill development and employment, and enlightening the community on how to live holistic, healthy lives.”
LumDimSum | Filed under: Fashion, Hot Tips | Tags: fashion label, Gareth Jones, LDS Hook-Up, men's t-shirts, Rong 融, Sick People Live Longer, t-shirts, Treat with Utmost Respect, women's t-shirts, You Are Rong | 2 Comments »
You Are Rong: T-Shirts with Chinese Characters and British Wit
A cheeky t-shirt brand called Rong, this is a crafty, ingenious concept that combines Chinese idioms and phrases derived from Chinese literature or history with an illustration and/or Western slogan.
More than just a direct translation so that you know what you’re wearing and why (each tee comes equipped with its own explanation tag), these catchy tees give their wearers an English slogan with an added humorous edge and leave their readers with a wealth of interpretation while still staying true to and maintaining the essence of the original Chinese meaning (the antithesis of Chinglish).
What is Rong, you ask?
LumDimSum | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Upcoming Events | Tags: Alice McInerney, C+C, candy&caviar, Contemporary Art, Contemporary Chinese Art, Emeline Coates, Fashion, Green Room, Janine Grosche, Luvon by Luliu, Mandarin & General, PATH, Peggy Tan, Sanlitun, Sureno, SURGE Beijing, The Opposite House, Tom Pattinson, Torula, TwS, Wear-and-Tear | No Comments »
The holidays are just around the corner and it’s time to start shopping for presents to bring home!
If you’re struggling to find something a little more original, something extraordinary, then I highly recommend swinging by to check out this one-of-a-kind Fashion & Art Christmas Pop-Up Shop this Sunday, December 8th from 4-8PM.
A joint collaboration between the lovely Alice McInerney, founder of China-Centric Fashion Online Store, AnyWearStyle.com together with Tom Pattinson, founder of Contemporary Chinese Art Platform, SURGE Art (formerly known as Affordable Art China), they will be showing off their most popular fashion and art collections in the Green Room of the Opposite House (across from Sureno Restaurant in B1 Level).
LumDimSum | Filed under: Art, Fashion, Upcoming Events | Tags: 5 elements, boutique, Closing Party, designer, Fashion, Isabelle Pascal, Puyi, Wanrong, WUHAO | 1 Comment »