A creative Filipina teenager may have stumbled upon an unexpected career in fashion design after her high school graduation ball (prom night) gown of her own design and creation went viral in the Philippines.
According to Ciara Gan, she began designing and painting her own graduation ball gown after she was left disappointed by someone else’s attempt to help make the dress.
Let’s face it: flexing your Uniqlo fits is getting harder and harder now that every Asian seems to be wearing the brand. But don’t worry; your friends at NextShark have you covered.
The following nine brands address a wide amount of price ranges with different styles, from streetwear to classics. These brands are also all Asian-owned. We’d like to give a special shout out to @asiangirlsunited on Instagram for inspiring our list; you can check out a link to theirs below.
Celebrity chef, author, and restaurateur Eddie Huang has teamed up with Adidas for an Ultra Boost collaboration celebrating Chinese New Year.
The sneakers will be dressed in all-red with gold metallic details, adorned with Huang’s gold panda Chinee Boyz BBQ logo.
Yumeyakata, a Japanese kimono rental store that caters to foreigners, is now offering wagara hijabs for Muslim women.
Muslim women visiting Kyoto, Japan with plans to rent out kimonos can now fully enjoy the experience with Yumayakata’s wagara hijabs that match their wide selection of traditional Japanese clothes for the price of 300 yen – reduced from its normal price of 500 yen ($2.73, $4.55), according to a press release via Grapee.
Crocs have come up with a new design that resembles boba pearls superglued on top of clogs.
Ballerina shoes have traditionally been more of a pink or cream color, but a collaboration in the UK has developed shoes for non-white ballet dancers.
A dance company for Ethnic Minorities called Ballet Black and well-known manufacturer of dance shoes Freed of London have worked together to create shoes with colors that include “Ballet Bronze” and “Ballet Brown.”
Condor made the announcement via her Instagram page, making fans want to drive to the nearest mall right away.
A 15-year-old teenager with a very odd and yet interesting, taste in fashion is now becoming famous online after being pictured by an online fashion magazine on Omotesando-dori in Harajuku, Tokyo’s iconic and central district for cosplay and fashion.
Japanese high school student Hikaru on the street in Harajuku wearing a vintage blazer with two neckties, Yohji Yamamoto pants & Foot The Coacher buckle shoes #原宿 https://t.co/SKADLGkkCw pic.twitter.com/wfLg6ABvjB
A skillful carpenter in southern China has wowed netizens after making a pair of “Chanel” heels out of bamboos.
In a video filmed on Aug. 26, the carpenter, known only by Yang, is seen collecting two bamboo branches to create his version of high heels from the luxury label.
A century-old Kimono maker and an outdoors apparel manufacturer have teamed up to create some awesome-looking outdoor Kimono outfits that are ready to take on the upcoming chilly months in Japan.
With fall just a few months away, Kimono Yamato and camping supply firm Snow Peak have unveiled their joint project which combines the aesthetics of traditional kimono and the practicality and functionality of modern jackets.
Poneycomb Tokyo, a Japanese fashion brand, just released a new line of lightweight summer kimono – commonly known and referred to as Yukata – that features some of the popular Disney characters.
This new line of clothing, which is marketed for women, will come in six different designs based on Disney characters that most of us know. Here’s one with Mickey Mouse on it:
A new variant for Nike’s Air Jordan line is being released on March 10 — the Air Jordan III “Seoul” which is heavily inspired by South Korea’s flag design.
This new model was created by Tinker Hatfield and Dan Sunwoo as part of a special project in Nike’s Innovation Kitchen, according to the company’s news release.