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Elegance of The 1970s -- Nanushka The Womenswear Designer Brand
Sandra Sandor, a graduate of the London College of Fashion, founds Nanushka in 2005 after her childhood nickname. She believes that a truly functional garment should be exquisite and attractive. This time Nanushka takes its inspiration from women in the 1970s, and keeps the neat cutting and comfortable wearing experience of women in the 1970s. It focuses more on product design, and gets favored by fashion bloggers with its symbolic simple designs and leather shirts. This season it continues the simple but unique design, and injects the minimalist aesthetics into the series to create the lethargic yet modern items, and displays the fine and soft super women style.
Cheer up! China -- The Report on The Clothing Industry Under The Plague
Facing the novel coronavirus, we fear, but do not panic. Shopping after the plague will be more rational, reject the cheap fast consumption, and focus on health. In terms of industry trends: data show consumer's demand for commodities falls to 8% in this key period. What about proportion of clothing? Practical essential items are worth the investment. Functional clothing will become the first hot item after the plague, like the indoor sports, protective outerwear and multifunctional items.
Splicing -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Four Fashion Weeks for Men's Knitwear
19/20 A/W four fashion weeks have ended. During those shows, splicing is key. There are pockets, badges, patches, etc. Different materials are applied into knitwear. Delicate crafts show high quality. Bright colors are present on knitwear to redefine splicing.