The impressive Great Wall is the world's largest military structure and stretches to over 6,700 km (4,160 miles) in total. After my visit to the Great Wall, I went to see the Ming Tombs in Changling and the Shendao (God Street) of 13 mausoleums. The architectures are absolutely...

My favourite piece was a dark robe coat of a brushed alpalca called Spazzolino: the great tradition of Zegna for fabrics with a new twist (maybe thanks to the good style advices by fashion guru Anna Dello Russo?). PR & Entertainer I've written 489 posts on livincool.com

She is always behind the most memorable events from the Fendi show on the Great Wall of China to Larry Gagosian's dinner in Moscow to the opening of The Boom Boom Room. Johnson's Rolodex is a true who's who of New York's most fashionable names. Naturally, The AVENUEinsider wanted to know the...

The Italian–Taking the path all- to familiar yet beautifully executed regardless, Ermenegildo Zegna's spring/ summer 2013 collection took shape around the idea of a holiday getaway. Creating the new collection with their Italian man in mind, pieces came together with color and fit dictated by...

A trip to Beijing is usually defined by a trek along the Great Wall, a tour of the Forbidden City, a stroll around the Summer Palace and a Peking duck dinner or two! It's a fantastic option for a weekend break for culture vultures and foodies alike as most things can be covered in under...

Karl Lagerfeld, of course, laid the groundwork back in 2007 with his monumental Fendi show atop the Great Wall, its ancient stones converted into a glitzy runway. Since then, luxury brands—i.e. Dior, Prada, Burberry—have been rushing to stick their flag in China, ready to over-saturate a...

Prada is not the first luxury label to feature Chinese cities exclusively: Fendi used the Great Wall as a catwalk in 2007, Christian Dior featured Shanghai for a show as well as an ad campaign starring French actress Marion Cotillard. Phillip Lim staged his show at the Forbidden City in...

Marquese Scott Dubstep @ The Great Wall Dancer Marquese Scott draws inspiration from Christopher Nolan's Inception as he takes his fleet-of-foot skills to the Great Wall of China. Set to "Russian Lullaby" from Butch Clancy, the dubstep elements paired with some melodic interludes allow Scott...

Or when his bodyguards carried him up the Great Wall of China. And of course, most recently, he paid a visit to a controversial landmark in Japan. But you know where Biebs is winning? In the wardrobe department. Just look at that oversized KTZ T-shirt with a big ol' cobra and "POISON" written...

 

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