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The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Shanghai Kidswear Fashion Week(Part III)
RollingKids also added the S/S 2023 Kids’ Shanghai Fashion Week. RollingKids is an experiential kids’ fashion collection that shares wonderful things with the world. Based on the principle of being safe, comfortable and fashionable, RollingKids selects the excellent kidswear designer brands from allover the world, and provides refined products to kids between 0 to 14-year-old. Stella McCartney, Tia Cibani, Raspberry Plum, Wolf&Rita and Tutu Du Monde are the exhibitors.
Extreme Luxury -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Paris Couture Fashion Week
Paris Couture Fashion Week 2022 launched a battle between being conservative and radical. We can see Balenciaga’s hi-tech diving suits, Iris Van Herpen’s pioneering pieces, Chanel and Giorgio Armani Prive’s nod to the pas, and of course, the ethereal and gorgeous pieces of Elie Saab.
Minimalist Dressing -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of New York & Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week
All the fashion houses display their featured wedding dresses at Bridal Fashion Week 2023, from the minimalist tailoring of satin to the Art Deco style of floral embroidery and jacquard texture. Romance and nature will always be the theme for wedding dress design. To meet the requirements of modern independent women, designers are trying to make wedding dresses into ready-to-wear wardrobes.
The Next Era -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior
Christian Dior’s A/W 22/23 ready-to-wear collection was released in a gallery with walls of historical portraits. A wired woman with her bodysuit outlined in fluorescent green started the show and brought out the theme – ‘The Next Era’. The creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri tried to express the complexity of fashion, review the tradition, and interpret the signature architectural silhouettes from an innovative perspective, nodding to the feminine power. Besides, Dior cooperated with D-AIR Lab to combine practical crafts with high technologies to create futuristic pieces and redefine creativity and functionalism. Classic Bar Jacket was joined by temperature-controlling system to launch a conversation between classics and technologies.
The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Haute Couture
Paris Haute Couture Week returned to the physical runway in a high profile. From Elie Saab’s Eden florals to Charles de Vilmorin’s colorfulness, designers focused on the tailoring to accent the body outlines and displayed multiple moods. Challenging creations elevated the beauty and realized the goal of haute couture.
Craft Details -- The Runway Analysis of Women's Gown Dress
S/S 2022 runway has become a noteworthy direction for designers. This report centers craft details and accessories to extract the gown dresses from runways and inspire the design in the next season. Voluminous sleeves, details and silhouettes of dress, and feather decorations create an airy touch; jacquard, embroidery, and textured fabrics improve the quality of minimalist styles; cutouts and proper bare-skin design provide sexy elements; besides, handmade accessories like gemstones and beads are also eye-catching.
Color -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Women's Gown Dress
As a noteworthy event for designers, S/S 2022 runway started a color boom. These flamboyant and bold colors interpreted liveliness and tension. Colorless colors revealed a distinct downtrend comparing with S/S 2021. This report mainly focuses on the analysis of chromatic colors. According to the data, warm tones have increased clearly year-on-year, while cool ones trend downward; reds and greens take precedence, when blues and purples step back.
Pattern -- The Comprehensive Runway Analysis of Womenswear(Part Two)
This report mainly puts emphasis on the patterns of womenswear runways, and compares the proportion of each mainstream element and style in S/S 2022 and S/S 2021. Plant pattern remains the dominating position on S/S 2022 womenswear runways; folk patterns, European-style patterns, and human figures trend upward, while animal stripes and linear patterns present a decreasing trend. Notably, the wallpaper-style floral pattern is also appeared frequently on the latest runways.
Daywear Couture -- The Womenswear Runway Analysis of Christian Dior
Dior A/W 21/22 Couture Collection was released on July 5 in Paris, which was presented by the creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri and French artist Eva Jospin. The work Chambre de Soie, created by French artist Eva Jospin, provides a backdrop for the show, with lifesize embroideries displayed on the walls recalling the Indian-inspired Salle aux Broderies in the Colonna Palace in Rome. Forest, vine, rock and waterfall create imaginative and twisted scenes. The combination of lively embroidery and haute couture gown is shown on this amazing runway. The materiality of fabric becomes form, while the subversive language of embroidery is expressed in a project that becomes a performance. An energy resembling poetic pleasure, at the intersection of style, movement and attitude. Through textile research, a series of pieces, featuring an assortment of checks, tweeds, textures and different dimensions in black and white. This creation serves as a precious décor for presenting dresses with magnificent pleats, trains, and hand-woven chains that compose patterns on the body, in colors dear to Monsieur Dior, such as powder blue or nude. The singular context reinterprets the meaning of embroidery, and salutes to the exquisite craftsmanship and couture spirit of Dior.
The Fairy Tale of Women Warrior -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Christian Dior
A/W 21/22 Christian Dior womenswear collection was released in the Hall of Mirrors at Versaille, Paris. The creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri chooses a territory where the time-space dimension is erased. Inspired by the The Bloody Chamber collection, published in 1979 by Gollancz, director explores the fairy tales and interprets the confident and fearless contemporary women image through her extraordinary perspective. Chiuri lined the hall with artworks by the Italian artist Silvia Giambrone, creating a fantastic fairy tale in the legendary Hall of Mirrors. The tale is hardly just a means of escape: it serves to challenge and revisit stereotypes and archetypes. It consists of a narrative projected into the future. The toy soldier's uniform, shimmering lamé and Lurex jacquards and evening gowns are fit for princesses. A new self-awareness, born of a feminine sensibility that knows how to blend memories of the past and maturity, as if by magic.
Focusing on Details -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Shanghai Kidswear Fashion Week
S/S 2021 kidswear catwalks attract many international kidswear brands (BOY LONDON JUNIOR, GAP and The Children's Place), Chinese kidswear brands (Balabala, gxg.kids, MQD and COCOTREE), Chinese independent designer brands MINGCHENGZI and Little Naive, Chinese high-end gown brands PureShare and FLOWER NINE.
Eternal Romance -- The Catwalk Analysis of Valentino Womenswear
Valentino merges its S/S 2021 menswear and womenswear show in a strongly industrial space which is surrounded by plants and flowers, quite romantic. This season Pierpaolo Piccioli wants to convey that the distinct values are the essence of supporting and shaping the brand image, just like industrial architectures, while the aesthetic is only the medium that penetrates everything, just like the flowers and plants that decorate the interior. This time VALENTINO applies intense colors to display its symbolic roses on the invitation. With a core of romanticism, the streamlined or the simple style, chiffon shirts, jeans with five pockets, loose blazers, and the ethereal evening dress all reflect advanced and exquisite cutting in details. Retro prints inject vitality and romance. This series feel warm and cold, romantic and realistic.
Online Fashion Weeks -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Haute Couture
2020 is hard for the fashion industry. This COVID-19 pandemic disrupts the original plan of many brands. The A/W 2020 Haute Couture fashion week is held via videos. Without stars and fashion bloggers to heat the fashion week, many brands conceptualize a new presentation mode and display their eye-catching works with their creativity. Luckily, with the help of digital technology, they can present their designs online. Lets' see what the online fashion week is like.
Gowns -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Womenswear Catwalks
In A/W 20/21, as the party season comes, gowns will stand out. Voluminous or minimalist or tight straight gowns and neat suits create a sophisticated and sexy vibe. Dark tones are dominant. Black returns back and becomes the key color of a wide range of gowns. Gemstone colors and warm metallic tones become emphasized decorative colors. Nostalgic keynote and luxurious romanticism is an important theme. Soft ruffles and draping lines highlight a fantasy style. Textural details emphasize prevalent femininity. New Victorian style gains more attention, and works with lace, stacked gauze and velvet to create more gowns.
Wedding Dresses -- Analysis of the Catwalk of Marchesa's Wedding Dresses
In April, Marchesa's S/S 2020 collection was released in the wedding dress week in Barcelona. Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig showed us a dreamy and delicate wedding dress show. This new collection is romantic and ornate. Understated and impressive looks are underlined. Complicated and delicate embroideries interpret feminine qualities. Marchesa's iconic 3D florals are much lighter. Crystal embroideries and layered sheers add an elevated edge. Detachable parts are designed to provide more options. Short wedding dresses and colored ones follow the trend.
Elie Saab -- S/S 2019 Analysis of Formal Dress Catwalks in Paris Couture Week
Elie Saab's 2019 S/S collection in Paris Couture Week is romantic and impressive. Irregular-shaped sequins on high-split yarn-mixed dresses and flowing chiffon dresses are like stars. Neat suits are of British style. Colors of spring and summer like red, blue green and beige decorate the whole collection. Luxury champagne and elegant royal blue are refreshing. Complicated embroideries and subtle pleats are used a lot. Large hem is appealing. 3D flowers are interesting; metal accessories are eye-catching.
Sequins and Beads -- S/S 2019 Comprehensive Analysis of Wedding Dress Catwalks in Paris Couture Week
Sequins and Beads -- S/S 2019 Comprehensive Analysis of Wedding Dress Catwalks in Paris Couture Week
Retro Gucci -- Pre-Fall 2019 Womenswear on Catwalk
The Pre-Fall 2019 collection of Gucci is inspired by 80s styles. Sumptuous, intricate and refined details are key. The interactive campaign is full of interest. Some models are eating French fries, cakes or drinking coke. The playful lookbook is in line with the taste of young customers.
18/19 A/W Craft Trend at Paris Haute Couture Show -- Embroidery & 3D Flower
Handcrafted 3D flowers and embroideries hit the Paris Haute Couture shows. This report is all about layered lace flowers, paper-cut design, large 3D flowers, delicate embroideries, sheer florals, colorful embroideries and cotton threads.