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New Urban Youths -- Comprehensive Analysis of S/S 2019 Street Snaps of Womenswear
In the latest season's street snaps, rebellion and statement are still dominant. This style is often seen in cities. The complicated matching is key. Varying and bright colors are eye-catching. The mismatching creates a vague and diversified mood.
Suit -- Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalks for Womenswear
On A/W 19/20 catwalks, suits gain traction. In this season, workwear influences, placement decorations, nipped-in and waisted design and two-layer shape are included. Pared-back cropped and slouchy suits are presented.
Meet Milan -- Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalks for Womenswear
A/W 19/20 Milan fashion week featured delicate classics, minimalism and modernity, and created a inclusive fashion environment combing classics, heritage and contemporary fashion.
Relaxed -- Comprehensive Analysis of S/S 2019 Women's Blazers of Designer Brands.
In this season, new detailing is sought to create new blazers.
Shanghai Exhibitions -- A Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Trunk Shows for Womenswear
During Shanghai fashion week, Mode is also held in Shanghai. Mode joins hands with Showroom, Ontimeshow, DFO, Alter, Tube and Not Showroom to form a trade and commerce system which includes more than 1100 garments&accessories brands in over 30 countries. A comprehensive trunk show network is spread all over the city. Simple&sophisticated style and modern high street are key, followed by sports and lady's styles. The functional, practical and artistic features are interpreted through many styles.
Suit -- S/S 2019 Hot Items in Menswear Market
In April's suits, the business leisure is dominant, while the rune arts see an uptrend. Piecing still dominate, and piecing of materials is more popular than that of color blocks.
Chanel -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Catwalk Brands for Womenswear
Chanel's catwalks often get attention from the whole world. This time, Chanel takes us to a ski resort. As the last collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld, who just died recently, and new creative director Virginie Viard. All models wear a white camellia, which pays tribute to the past and marks the new start.
Gucci -- Analysis of 19/20 A/W Catwalk Brands of Womenswear
On 22:00, Feb. 20 in Beijing time, Gucci held the 19/20 A/W collection show in Milan. This show's invitation letter is carried by a wooden box which contains a ancient Greek pulp mask. The invitation letter is on the inside of the mask. The location is Gucci Hub. Alessandro Michele used over 120 thousand LED bulbs to make a oval light wall which forms a unit with a mirror catwalk more than 100 meters long.
Multiple Styles -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Street Snap In London Fashion Week
In 19/20 A/W London fashion week, classic silhouettes and patterns are indispensable. With the retention of classic elements, multiple-style forms are eye-catching. Tiered matching, casual suit, reforming of check and animal prints are applied to form diversified styles.
Suits -- 2019 S/S Analysis of Women's Designer Brands
In 2019 S/S suits, the designs are mature and elegant. Some detail designs add fashion. The simple and casual style also shows a high-class feel.
Colorful Sophisticated -- 2019 Resort Street Snap of Womenswear
In 2019 resort street snap, the sophisticated style is colorful. The striking visual impact is combined with sophisticated silhouette to make garments lively.
Monse -- Pre-Fall 2019 Designer Brand for Women's Knitwear
The New York fashion brand Monse knows how to elegantly play with deconstruction. The unconventional items are worn by celebrities around the world. This season, it teams up with six New York's pet rescue organizations to promote adoption of dogs. Monse combines people's love for animals and fashion.
Sophisticated Women (Pattern & Detail) -- 18/19 A/W Womenswear Benchmark Brand
On October 17, Sandro unveiled "The Muppet Show x Sandro" capsule. The brand founder and creative director Evelyn Chetrite, CEO for Asia Stephane Ledru and brand ambassador Ma Sichun attended the promotional event.
Offbeat -- 2019 S/S Womenswear on Catwalk
On S/S 19 catwalks, colors, patterns, silhouettes and details are impressive, especially details. Simple garments use slit sleeves; Athleisure style features multiple layers; Elegant suits are tied with self-belts; Girly apparel chooses deep U neck for a sexy feel; Dresses opt for crossed neck; Chic denim clothes employ luxurious beads and rhinestones. Womenswear are offbeat in this season.
Smart Casual -- Pre-Fall 2018 Women's Outerwear in Japanese Market
In the Pre-Fall 2018 Japanese market, outers are key items. Subtle quilted coats, blazers, sport jackets, padded jackets and lightweight trench coats utilize various details to create smart causal looks.
Style & Item -- Pre-Fall 2018 Womenswear in Japanese Market
In the pre-fall 2018 Japanese market, natural cotton and linen, soft elegance, vivid girl and leisure mix are key themes. Cotton and linen items give a comfortable touch. Soft elegant garments employ feminine laces, flowers and gauzes. Young women's apparel prefers saucy frills, delivering a vivid and youthful feel. Leisurewear incorporates different elements to add diversity.
Colorful World -- 2019 S/S Women's Suit of New York Catwalk
Colorful suits at 2019 S/S New York Fashion Week are impressive. Unique silhouette, delicate details, color-clashing buttons or buttons with the tonal shades make suits more attractive and fashionable. Suits in the past are dull, but these new suits are bold, individual and vibrant.
Utility -- 2019 S/S Womenswear at New York Fashion Week
On S/S 19 catwalks, the utility of apparel is key. Garments of different styles update their details on the basis of classic silhouettes. Without excessive design, the functionality of womenswear is emphasized in this season.
Pre-Fall 2018 Womenswear Benchmark Brand -- Sophisticated Women (Item & Pattern)
Blazer is a key item. This season, it moves in a well-fitting direction. One-button, double-breasted or waisted design makes blazers look slimmer.
18/19 A/W Fur Garments Designer Brand -- Drome
DROME considers leather as a core element, it breaks the traditional design and brings new concept and form with unique theme. The brand absorbs a lot of fancy dress elements of cyclists, and integrates many design concepts to make its style appear innovative and unique.