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The Combination of Sports and Fashion -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Lacoste
Maintaining the mix & match sport style of S/S 2021, Lacoste A/W 21/22 collection presents a better feeling of British style. Such large changes of Lacoste owe to their new creative director -- Louisee Trotter, who has been the first female creative director since the establishment in 1933. Sport DNA is integrated with fashionable silhouettes and mix & match mode in this season to reveal the features of personal fashion and the transition of Lacoste's sport style.
Genderless Teenage Culture -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Raf Simons
Raf Simons is a namesake fashion brand founded by Raf Simons, who worked for Jil Sander, Dior, and CALVIN KLEIN. And now he joins Prada as a co-creative director. His love for rebellious teenage culture and traditional menswear allow the womenswear to have a unique masculine image. The vitality of sub-culture teenagers is fused accurately with the sharpness of classic tailoring to build an individualized and independent attitude. A/W 21/22 collection released a series of oversized clothes, which was inspired by the history and classics. Raf Simons selected six words to name this collection -- Ataraxia, Equanimity, Dichotomy, Synchronicity, Allegiance, and Devotion. Overcoat, knitwear, hoodie and transparent sweater use bright colors to echo the BGM of Kraftwerk. Heart-shaped logo, rib ornament, hand-bone bracelet, modern proportion, creative fabric, pure structure and novel shape fully reveal the evolution and maturity of the brand's iconic style.
Transition -- The Comprehensive Catwalk Analysis of Wedding Dress
POP sorts out the catwalk data of S/S 2022 wedding dress to analyse the styles through the changes of silhouette and craft. According to the data, beads and sequins are still important, and the design of ready-to-wear wedding dress is on the rise. Besides, 3D decorations also play a big role in this season.
A Romantic and Free Holiday in Southern France -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Chanel
The CHANEL Cruise 2021/22 collection by Virginie Viard is inspired by Jean Cocteau's film Testament of Orpheus(1960). The filming spot is also the place of this catwalk -- the Carrières de Lumières in Les Baux-de-Provence. The hand-drawn white starry pattern also comes from Jean Cocteau, the friend of brand founder Coco Chanel. And the preview poster is exactly the letter from Cocteau to Coco.
Call of The Wild -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Burberry
Burberry A/W 21/22 womenswear collection was released in London, whose setting and design style are similar to the menswear collection in February. Rooted in ferocious and sensual glamour, it is a collection only for women. Inspired by the outdoor dressing of people in the last century and the comfort and adaptability of wild beauty, the creative director Riccardo Tisci sewn square fabrics to make dress and reformed the tailoring craft. Wearers are able to detach and restructure the clothes. The application of eco faux-fur also conveyed the nature-centric message. His post-pandemic mindset had discovered a kindred spirit in the naturalist movements of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which informed the collection. Artists felt the call of the wild, and sought to de-program themselves from the rules of society. For Burberry, it's found in a mensweary character that its female clientele probably expects. For Tisci, it's the sensual and almost athletic glitz in which he excels.
The Comprehensive Analysis of S/S Shanghai Kidswear Fashion Week
Taking "Theatre of Life" as the main theme, there are 26 fashion dramas in the S/S 2021 Shanghai Kidswear Fashion Week. International brands like NBA, GAP, COCO & RAY, Chinese kidswear brands like STARROOM and GXG Kids, and some local designer brands like Firstgive, Little Naive and Homegood are gathered in Shanghai to start a new kidswear era from the perspective of drama.