Over the past couple years, Chinese indie designers and DIY brands have become increasingly popular among the nations’ youth, exemplifying the growing creative consciousness of China’s new generation of both producers and consumers.

Youthology, a new blog focused on tracking Chinese youth culture trends and insights, recently reported on Beijing’s indie designer exhibitions and creative bazaars, including “Copy Me” and “iMart.” The post highlights the gaining popularity of indie designers and the types of designs they are incorporating that are making the new youth ‘tick.’

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