Posts tagged Triple-Major
Triple-Major Shanghai

The multi-brand "concept shop" with humble roots in Beijing's Baochao Hutong has since spread its avant-garde garb to Hong Kong and Shanghai – a move that's been well-received, as it turns out. According to Triple-Major's Instagram, the Shanghai branch recently expanded from the ground floor to occupy all four floors of the building. Now, at 300 square meters, the space can accommodate more labels, as well as areas for homewares, exhibitions, an "eye-candy" vending machine and a minibar.

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Where to Shop in Beijing

Gone are the days when Beijing shopping meant traditional qipao garb and Louis Vuitton knockoffs. China's capital is now home to some of the most in-demand shops in the world, from European fast-fashion behemoths to Japanese couture houses. But the real draw is the sudden emergence of homegrown talents, whose designs reflect a burgeoning aesthetic unique to China.

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Shopping in Beijing: Gulou’s Best Boutiques

Gulou has long established itself as a shopping mecca – the “hipster” (read: younger, edgier and more affordable) alternative to Sanlitun and CBD’s luxury offerings. Since Nanluogu Xiang started marketing itself as “Beijing’s oldest hutong” and catering to tourists, all of the contiguous alleyways have benefited from the uptick in traffic. While NLGX has become oversaturated – no doubt a Starbucks opening is right around the corner – Gulou Dongdajie, Baochao, Wudaoying and Fangjia have begun drawing plentiful shops selling old and new (but mostly old) clothes, kitschy souvenirs, handmade jewelry and cutesy home accessories.

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