A huge blue industrial tank here in Beijing - a raw platform for creativity!
We’re loving Beijing’s urban inspirations found in its 798 Art District.
We love Dai Yu and Lin Dongyu’s use of candy-inspired colours and plays with texture. WGSN SUBSCRIBERS CAN CLICK HERE to see the full collections of the BIFT graduate winners for 2013.
We are rediscovering our love of indigo at Intertextile Beijing, with textured and manipulated surfaces offering an interesting take on traditional indigo.
Inspired by sugar-coated sweets and tasty treats, these candy pinks are too irresistible to resist at Intertextiles Beijing!
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WGSN live from Beijing: these are stills from Disruptive Desires, Tranquility, and the Loss of Lucidity (2012), a film by Chinese artist Ran Huang currently showing at the Long March Space gallery in Beijing’s 798 Art District. This beautiful, disquieting, dreamlike and strangely beguiling video installation is a must-see if you are in the area. On until April 16 2012.
Long March Space, 4 Jiuxianqiao Road, Chaoyang, Beijing
WGSN live from Beijing: founded by the always immaculately turned-out George Wang, T is a modern Japanese restaurant that offers elegant food in an equally elegant environment. And if you consider the regular clientele to be a good reflection of a place, Yohji Yamamoto and his party were having dinner in the room next-door to ours.
Restaurant T, Sino Ocean Office Park, Building C, 10 Jintong West Road, Chaoyang, Beijing
WGSN live from Beijing: if you are in the area, try to catch the Gu Dexing retrospective at the UCCA gallery, which is showing a selection across 30 years of his career.
UCCA, No. 4 Jiuxianqiao Lu, 798 Art District, Chaoyang, Beijing
WGSN menswear live from Beijing: Fei Space is a relaxed multi-brand boutique in the 798 art district with a curated feel to match the neighbourhood galleries. British menswear is prominent with Oliver Spencer, Christopher Raeburn and Topman while womenswear includes local brands like Boundless and Zhang Da.
Fei Space, B-01 #4 Jiuxiangqiao Road, Beijing 100015