The post 90s generation of China is a weird bunch. The general media and the general public call them the “brain dead generation”. The extreme growth of China’s cities has also lead to an extreme change in the culture of the younger generation. Conflicting between their cultural heritage and the pop culture of the outside world, these youngsters experiment with their looks and appearances. This form has developed over the years into its own form – a very grotesque permutation of various cultures in one hideous abomination.

WARNING!!! Do not proceed if you do not want your eyes to bleed.

Source: chinaSMACK via NetEase

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9 Responses to “China’s Post 90s Generation: Fugly Fashion”

  1. Thanks for that, really important on the subject. I will carry out some additional googleing for China’s Post 90s Generation: Fugly Fashion » CHINALERT

  2. hey u sure that’s china? 0.0 it seems the harajuku virus has gone wild there. and mind u, i DONT think this is fugly at all. seriously i think they’re all awesome and all very creative, being one that is immersed in the japanese harajuku fashion meself. just that some have yet to master the skill of makeup i can see. eg a few guys did not shave their mane properly, or shave of their eyebrows to pull off d thinner eyebrow line.

    • Yup, this is China and you are quite right about the Harajuku virus going wild there. Not like you’ll meet these people anywhere in China but in the more developed cities there are an increasing number of teenagers who are very experimental with their looks.

      Although the media is state controlled, the younger generation still have online access to pop culture from around the world – like watching Japanese anime and manga. So heavy influence from Japanese culture is to be expected.

      My problem is that they copy other cultures so poorly. It lacks originality and at the same time looks way more awful than the original. I love the various Japanese sub-cultures and the way they dress. This however, just looks weird… Hopefully their fashion sense and taste will improve in time.

  3. most of these guys are not from China but from Japan

    • 方舟之結局應該是源自bible 吧 同day after tomorrow 有點像 都是說bible/Christianity 是western ciztlivaiion 之祖 只不過這只方舟is made in china,可以說是人定勝天 應該是這個意思 沒有其他吧 但我也喜歡made in china 這個idea, 應該是在說中國才是世界生產之首吧.

    • 是啊 美國佬是很奸的 不可少看他們 日本仔都係 我有個日本friend 我跟她說 Japanese are very polite. They alyaws say ‘sorry’ and ‘excuse me’. 她答 Yes, in front of you. While behind your back, they are stabbing your voodoo dolls. HA~~

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  6. the 90′s generation already had those fashions what is post-90′s generation ?

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