Protesters stage a sit-in on August 21 wearing their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson WongProtesters stage a sit-in on August 21 wearing their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson Wong
Protesters stage a sit-in on August 21 wearing their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson Wong
Sofia Suarez
Opinion

Opinion

Sofia Suarez

Now that black is out, what to wear in Hong Kong – the many shades of political loyalties

Colours have meaning, with police detaining black-clad citizens and pure white taking on impure implications in the city

Protesters stage a sit-in on August 21 wearing their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson WongProtesters stage a sit-in on August 21 wearing their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson Wong
Protesters stage a sit-in on August 21 wearing their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson Wong
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