Following a brief stop in Taiwan, Timberland and its Asia Pacific Mark Makers campaign heads West to China where Jiawei offers a local’s perspective of the nation’s capital. When not hosting OST — his radio show devoted to film and film soundtracks — the DJ and Beijing native likes to let off steam by visiting the city’s hutongs otherwise known as traditional neighborhoods that help the city retain a timeless character. This appreciation for classic aesthetics is likewise preserved with Jiawei’s style as his Skye Peak lambskin leather jacket, Clarendon River Plaid Shirt and Red Hill River Cardigan are paired with the city street-ready Classic 6” Premium Boot, Zip Top and Roll Top. Together the outfit references a timeless style which retains the unbeatable attention to quality that Timberland has stood by.
Stay tuned for more news from the campaign and be sure to follow it through #MarkMakers and #InMyElement. For more on the Asia Pacific Mark Makers, check out Elmo from Taiwan and stay tuned for the final stop on Timberland’s tour of the region with Washizu from Tokyo.