Fashion shop owner's avant-garde life

11:31, April 20, 2011      

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Wen Xuan arranges accessories in his shop in Beijing, capital of China, April 13, 2011. Wen Xuan, 24 years old, runs a small shop named Super Me selling women's clothes and accessories in Beijing. Wen adores fashion and avant-garde. "He is a person of narcissism and has a rather womanish manner," his girlfriend Liu Lei said, "But he is a nice guy." Covering only 40 squaremeters, Wen's home locates near his shop. He sleeps until 11 o'clock every day before walking to the shop. From his point of view, youth means showing forth. "Women should be ladylike and refuse mediocrity. Dressing up, making up and wearing high-heeled shoes are their unshirkable duty." He said. (Xinhua/Li Ying)


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