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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.
Keep Balance-- The Comprehensive Analysis of Catwalk Data of Milan Fashion Week
The host city of Milan Fashion Week is the second largest city, Milan. This is a city full of artistic atmosphere. This also lays the foundation of the classical artistic atmosphere and craftsmanship for Milan Fashion Week. In the S/S 2020 Milan Fashion Week, we will appreciate a futuristic, artistic and modern fashion feast which interprets the attitude that fashion expresses the inward world.
Christian Dior -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
At 3 a.m. on April 30, Beijing time, Dior released its resort 2020 collection in Morocco. El Badi Palace, built in the 16th century, was picked up for the releasing. The bonfires, candles on pools and foreign performers brought impressive African cultures.
Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Women's Knitwear on Catwalks in Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai.
This report is made through the comprehensive analysis of directional styles shown in Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai fashion week. We analyze the colors, techniques, patterns and brands to inspire your designs.
Diversified Paris -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Women's Knitwear
Paris fashion week is the most important among four fashion weeks. Compared with the other three fashion weeks in New York, Milan and London, Paris fashion week is much more diversified and attracts fashion elites from all over the world. A/W 19/20 Paris fashion week is romantic , sunny, energetic and fashionable. The application of colors and patterns is full of novelties.
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.
Color -- 2019 Pre-Fall Analysis of Catwalk on Womenswear
According to 18/19 pre-fall data of colors, core color families have been renewed. Industrial grey and khaki families are key. In this season, red and orange are redefined, and autumn brown influences the pre-fall palette. Compared with past seasons, the use of green has increased obviously. In the past five years, green has continued to evolve, and nowadays, it is used on lots of looks. For purple family, its proportion decreased noticeably in this season.
Resort 2019 Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
Veering away from the saturated tones of previous seasons, Coronet Blue has a warm and soft shade, neither dramatic nor unassuming. It pairs with black for a relaxed feel.
2019 S/S Material for Men's Matching Set -- Chic Sport
The chart data is based on POP's statistics of S/S 2019 men's catwalks and markets. Set ranks third of all items, proving its commercial appeal. Men's matching sets in rich colors and materials are must-haves in this season.