Chinese people living in big cities are especially susceptible to fashion trends, they pay a lot of attention to their hair, skin condition, clothes and accessories. Men's street fashion.
In recent years, interestingly and fashionably dressed young people have been increasingly seen on the streets of large cities in China. Moreover, men are in no way inferior to the fair sex. Young Chinese turned out to be very susceptible to glossy fashion, and the image of the metrosexual found an Asian reading.
Ten years ago, some Japanese students seemed much more stylish and well-groomed compared to Chinese. They scrupulously watched their appearance, right down to shaving their legs, constantly experimented with hair color, wore interesting bags and shoes. Today, walking through Beijing's Sanlitun district or Shanghai's Tianzifang, it is nice to look at Chinese young people, who show how carefully they worked on their images, spending a lot of time on it.
With the advent of the accessible Internet, China began leaps and bounds to catch up with its more advanced neighbors, actively participate in globalization, which was reflected in the outward appearance of young people
Nowadays, Chinese stores are full of clothes for every taste and budget. On the P1.cn social network, fashionable paparazzi post photos of stylishly dressed people they meet on the streets of Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou. Moreover, the number of pictures of boys and girls is almost the same. This site vividly illustrates how much male Chinese youth are involved in the game with fashion and style.
Thoughtfully sloppy look: trousers rolled up to the ankle, layered upper, quality shoes, dressed on bare feet, expensive sunglasses and oversized leather bags. In such images there is less copying and more freedom, therefore, most often they are preferred by creative young men from art circles. They follow unspoken rules: they choose non-mass brands, skillfully combine clothes of expensive brands and things from flea markets. This style, on the one hand, expresses a certain indifference to the outer shell, emphasizing the importance of the inner content. At the same time, only aesthetes dress like this, who present a person as a harmonious picture. There is a subtlety of taste and a work of thought in this.
There are also serious men with a macho look on the streets of China. They look well-groomed and stylish, in their images there is almost no flair of infantilism and femininity.
In general, older Chinese people do not pay much attention to fashion, focusing on practicality and modesty. However, young men already live in a different environment - in a society of consumption and material values, where information transparency is of great importance.
Rapidly developing China has all the conditions for the formation of new trends. In addition, the interest in fashion trends shown by the new generation of Chinese testifies to the peaceful orientation of young minds. After all, fashion has not harmed anyone yet.