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Natural Structure -- The Catwalk Analysis of 3.1 Phillip Lim Womenswear
In 2005, Lin Nengping and his partner, Zhou Xuanwen, were both 31 when they co-founded the brand 3.1 Phillip Lim. Initially, with the support of a surf wear company, Lin Nengping began designing his first collection. Retaining the concept of nature, the series was full of many low-key and unique items in natural colors. Environmental protection and charity are concerned topics of the brand.
Europe in The 1930s -- The Catwalk Analysis of Giorgio Armani's Womenswear
Giorgio Armani holds his Pre-Fall 2020 show at the Armani Theater in Milan, where he presents a collection named reformism. The designer explained this name before the launch, saying: "I want women to be free to change anytime, anywhere, depending on their mood." The entire collection is inspired by women in the 1930s. Florals favored by social butterfly of the Parisian upper class in the 1920s-1930s are applied for vertical and three-dimensional transformation, and applied to printing or partial accessories to display the Giorgio Armani's integration of the East and the West. Models mainly wear short top and long trousers, which is in line with clothing collocation of French women in the 1920s-1930s. The entire show echoes the femininity of ladies in the 1930s.
Unrestrained Imagination-Stine Goya The Womenswear Designer Brand
In Pre-fall 2020, the Danish womenswear designer brand Stine Goya is inspired by whimsical works of Swedish artist Moki Cherry to illustrate the series. In her design philosophy, Stine Goya has always believed that "Color is fascinating and changeable. It can stretch from gorgeous or dramatic stories to intimate poetry". She believes the art world can add an extra layer to fashion design. So the series of this season is almost an infinite mixture of colors on raw materials to create new tones, telling personal stories about colors, styles and printing.
New Independent Ladies- FORELE Designer Brand for Womenswear
The designer of FORELE, Gao Rixuan, graduates from school of media at University of East Anglia in England and created the independent designer brand, FORELE, in 2016. The key words of this brand are independence, reality and elegance. The brand is in the view of contemporary females, sets "sharing" and "cherishing" as the tenet, advocates the concept of independent aesthetics, and expresses the longing for pure beauty.
Modern High Street -- 2020 S/S Designer Brand Analysis of Womenswear
Street fashion and simple&sophisticated style will be intertwined in the next period. The meeting part makes modern high street style prevalent. Modern high street style includes street fashion tones and takes the simple&sophisticated silhouette, which could keep balance. The 80s' rock elements and old photos are vintage and rebellious.
Ugly Beauty -- Diverse Styles of Jolin Tsai
Jolin Tsai released her new album "Ugly Beauty" on 26th December, using music to express herself. In this album, she shows her dark side and negative emotions. Jolin faces up with her imperfection and decides to be true to herself.
18/19 A/W Womenswear Designer Brand -- Vega Zaishi Wang
Vega Zaishi Wang expresses her attitude towards life, nature, dream and feminine culture through design. The creations reflect her personality and taste: a strong woman loves subcultures, rock, nature and balances reality with dream.
18/19 A/W Womenswear Designer Brand -- Vladimir Karaleev
Vladimir Karaleev's work is characterized by intense study of the human body and its connections with clothing through experimental incision and innovative shape. Karaleev's collections reflect a conceptual understanding of clothing as a medium as well as its functional purpose. The individual forms of expression are propagated through fashion unobtrusively, without disregarding the balance between material, shape and detail.