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Style, Item and Fabric -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Leather/ Fur Clothing on Catwalks
Based on sustainability, leather will be the main material in A/W 20/21. The leather which is designed and recycled sustainably is more advocated. The metal-free, chromium-free and vegetable dyeing are better for the environment. The superior quality sense is the key to leather and fur fabric. Berber fleece and fleece display comfort and quality sense. Optimism persists in turbulent times. The vintage era (including middle-class style) is a source of inspiration. The feminine silhouette reveals a retro feel, and the waist becomes the focus of design. The minimalism drives the rise of designs which is not restricted to seasons. Therefore, the all-over printed style declines. In this season, prints of leather and fur industry are dominated by natural landscapes and folk patterns.
Exploring New Touch -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Womenswear Fabrics on Catwalks
This report concludes the runway data of more than 220 brands in the four fashion weeks of A/W 20/21, and analyzes the catwalks with fabric as the main line. Different fabrics are applied to different styles, showing different wearing effects. Based on that, this report also combines with trendy fabrics in the new season to offer more design inspirations. Because of the retro trend, jacquard grows. Leather and pearlescent satin also change boldly. Novel deconstructed fabrics, futuristic parachute protective fabrics and traditional formal wear fabrics also get innovated in this season.
Infinite Starry Sky -- The Catwalk Analysis of Saicai Womenswear
In the whole A/W 2020 series of Sacai, the theme of "Universe" is not only the open-and-shut starry sky. They choose four from the thousands of images provided by NASA as the inspiration, so in this season we can see the brand turns space into beautiful fashion with the deconstruction design it has always followed. Inspired by the special issue of 2015 NASA, it works with fabric designer Alexander Girard to create a star map made up of mobile phones, letters and numbers. And the lower left corner which was to mark "Alien" presents "SACAI" now. Representative deconstruction and reorganization are used. The key design is combining light silk with high-tech fabric. Different items are combined to create a new silhouette which highlights the ethereal feel. But it doesn't blindly use lightweight fabrics. Instead, it makes use of the balance of fabric combination to design.
A New World -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Milan Fashion Week Womenswear
Milan is known as "the most artistic and modern" fashion city. This season A/W 2020 Milan Fashion Week revolves around "women", "strength" and "power" to redefine fashion and build a new world of independence, freedom and creativity. This season brands return back to the high quality and pursue design and quality sense rather than spread hot styles on social networks.
Female Power of "I SAY I" – The Catwalk Analysis of Christian Dior Womenswear
The A/W 2020 collection of Christian Dior keeps speaking out for women. The installation, created by "collective artist" Claire Fontaine, features a newspaper-covered floor and slogans from the late Italian art critic and feminist Carla Lonzi. A series of neon-decorated slogans in the show and the printed headbands display the independent character of modern women. The creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, draws inspirations from her girlhood diaries and integrates with Mr. Dior's beloved check elements. (Checks made up of pastel colors like milk cocoa, light green and warm grey are endowed with more creativity, elegant and nonchalant.) And tassels are prevailing in this season. Maria Grazia Chiuri continues the theme of "female power", speaks out for women, and expresses Dior's free soul of "I SAY I" with fashion.
Navigation Season -- The Catwalk Analysis of Max Mara Womenswear
Inheritance and innovation are the essence of the A/W 2020 Max Mara show. This season Ian Griffiths draws inspiration from the sailor chic. Michel Foucault says, dreams will dry up without civilization on board. As Ian Griffiths puts it at the start of the show, "This is a romantic trip that starts in Morocco and goes north to Russia". The A/W 2020 collection of Max Mara is very adventurous. The compass marked with the brand name and the sailing ship lead us to experience the charm of the winter sea.
Win-win Cooperation -- The Catwalks Analysis of Womenswear of MM6 Maison Margiela × The North Face
In A/W 2020 collection of MM6 Maison Margiela, MM6 takes the so-called Paris-style clothing items inspired by New York and launched in London as the main line, hopes to convey the circulation of fashion elements without excessive retro. The signature 3D cutting and avant-garde design sense of MM6 are combined with the Expedition System of The North Face. Expedition System originated in 1990 aims at detachable and multi-layered functional clothing designed for outdoor activities in extreme weather. It is perfectly in line with the design language of MM6. And based on that, various classic styles of The North Face take on different vitality.
Natural Structure -- The Catwalk Analysis of 3.1 Phillip Lim Womenswear
In 2005, Lin Nengping and his partner, Zhou Xuanwen, were both 31 when they co-founded the brand 3.1 Phillip Lim. Initially, with the support of a surf wear company, Lin Nengping began designing his first collection. Retaining the concept of nature, the series was full of many low-key and unique items in natural colors. Environmental protection and charity are concerned topics of the brand.
Decadent Looks -- The Catwalk Analysis of VETEMENTS Womenswear
VETEMENTS is founded by Demna Gvasalia and Guram Gvasalia, a graduate of Royal Academy of Fine Arts. It witnesses the unruly street subculture. It is the benchmark of street brands and often copied by other brands. After Guram Gvasalla's departure, VETEMENTS makes a series of changes, retains its own style but begins to cooperate with other industries like Evian to keep energetic in the depressed market.
Sprezzatura -- The Catwalk Analysis of Bottega Veneta
Bottega Veneta is an Italian luxury brand, founded in 1966. Distinct leather weaving technique is its best business card, and unconspicuous brand Logo is the most unique taste of Bottega Veneta. It is acquired by Kering group in 2001, and gradually out of favor when logo mania is revived around 2015. In July 2018, Daniel Lee, the former ready-to-wear director of Celine, is officially appointed as the brand creative director. Since the first collection of Daniel Lee, The Pouch and new woven items become an instant hit. Daniel Lee transforms Intrecciato into wide weaving and lattice, providing the brand with a new identity tag. Bottega Veneta wins Brand of the Year award at the British Fashion Awards in December 2019. And Daniel Lee wins three awards, including Accessory Designer of the Year, Womenswear Designer of the Year and Designer of the Year.
Unconventional -- The Catwalk Analysis of PEACEBIRD Womenswear
On 9 A.M., September 4, 2019, New York time, PEACEBIRD showed up with the theme NO BOUNDARY in New York Fashion Week. The show garments and styles are eye-catching. Medals and volleyball court elements are incorporated. Inspired by sporty courts, sports and fashion are combined with the adding of Chinese elements. Taking cues from the spirit of the Chinese female volleyball team, designers interpret PEACEBIRD MEN x M&M's and PEACE°. HONOR, Today's Headlines and PEACEBIRD are collaborated to nod to Chinese Design.
Puffer Coats -- Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalks in Shanghai Fashion Week
As a key piece, the puffer coat is warm and stylish. There are lots of styles: color contrast dividing, outdoor silhouettes, functional designs, and cool motorcycle styling.
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.
Diversified Puffer Coats -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks during Four Fashion Weeks
Puffer coats are always in the spotlight in A/W for function and fashion looks. Fabrics, silhouettes, splicing and details are all diversified, livening up puffer coats.
Paris -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Menswear
Paris Fashion Week was established in 1910 by French fashion association. French fashion association was founded in the end of 19th century, and its aim is to make Paris the fashion center in the world. 19 /20 A/W Paris fashion week for menswear attracts Givenchy, Balenciaga, Dior Homme and Louis Vuitton.
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.
Sophisticated Style -- Resort 2019 Womenswear on Catwalk
Sophisticated womenswear features a calm and elegant style. Simple and neat silhouettes play an important role. Details become more subtle and considered, smartening up looks.
18/19 A/W Womenswear Fabric (IV) -- Down Jacket
The fabric trend of down jacket in 18/19 A/W is dominated by the catwalks, the retro plaids fabric or the high-tech fabric are noted in this season.
18/19 A/W Women's Puffa on Catwalk -- Item
Whether colorful or monochrome, metallic coating stands out with shiny effect, enlivening the cold winter.
18/19 A/W Men's Down Jacket Patterns -- Printed Fabric
Street style swept over 18/19 A/W catwalks, on-trend elements such as camouflage, check and letter are recombined together, bringing unique aesthetic.