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Reclothing Bank -- 2019 S/S Shanghai Fashion Week
"We live in a world of abundance; we live in a world of scarcity; we are coexisted and blessed by nature." This is the S/S 19 theme of Reclothing Bank. The brand gets rebirth and rebuilt, underlining the sustainable design. Dresses rank first in the "Reclothing Bank x Fake Natoo" collection, followed by tops and trousers.
INXX -- 2019 S/S Shanghai Fashion Week
INXX takes "INphase" as its S/S 2019 theme, which is a polysemy. The collection reflects tradition and philosophy, reinterpreting the Chinese cultures.
Creative Design -- 2019 S/S Kidswear at Shanghai Fashion Week
The sixth edition of S/S 2019 Kids Wear was held from October 17 to 21 in 800SHOW, including runway shows, interactive experience and a "see now, buy now" model. This is an important event of Shanghai Fashion Week, showing international kids fashion and creative Chinese kidswear.
Funky Style -- 2019 S/S Kidswear at Shanghai Fashion Week
Workwear style and Chinese Fashion also inspire kidswear. Clashing colors, exaggerated details and technical materials make a statement. Chinese designers create their own styles.
Energetic New York -- 2019 S/S Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
The S/S 2019 New York Fashion Week continues with the athleisure style, neat cutting, soft silhouette and utility resort style. Delicacy is key of knitwear, with mild colors, refined stitches to emphasize an upscale leisure feel.
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.
2019 S/S Menswear on Catwalks -- Milan
As sportswear continues to be a strong driver across the Milan shows, rejuvenate classic tailoring and casualwear themes in fresh colors for a younger consumer that has grown up on streetwear. Tap into popular 1980s sports themes with bold stripes and graphic color-blocking, or future-proof your athleisure range with a refined minimalism.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- New York
With an exodus of designers leaving New York, some young brands stand out in the A/W 18/19 NYFW where established houses are absent. Four Chinese fashion brands made their debut, including sportswear giant Li-Ning, successfully transformed fast-fashion brand Peacebird, CLOT by Edison Chen and Kevin Poon and Chen Peng which is known for stylish puffa.
18/19 A/W Menswear Catwalk Look -- Milan
As a gathering place for luxury brands, Milan fashion week still plays the role of guiding, seeing luxury fabric is a new direction. The unique ethnic style, the retro sportswear and the commercial market deliver authentic charm.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- London
London Fashion Week attracts people with creativity. This season, brands like Bobby Abley, Charles Jeffrey and Xander Zhou continue to gain attention. They strike a balance between statement pieces and considered, commercial tailored items. Street sport styles revive with new aesthetics, and retro 80s looks also feel fresh in this season.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- Fendi
Founded in 1925, Fendi is a renowned luxury brand from Rome, specializing in high-quality fur and leather products. As a time-honored leatherware giant, Fendi shows its luxurious quality with skillful crafts and traditional techniques.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana A/W 18/19 men's collection is themed on King's Angel. Angels, crowns, court-inspired Baroque style and retro, glamorous materials are everywhere on the catwalk to tell a unique story.
18/19 A/W Men's Catwalk -- Christopher Raeburn
The English designer Christopher Raeburn creates menswear, womenswear and accessories in a distinctive and novel way. He graduated from the renowned Royal College of Art in London. Christopher is famous for recycling military fabrics, bringing signature outerwear made of old parachutes. Recreated style directs and influences his design and development. Christopher Raeburn's collections are unique, detailed, functional and sustainable.
2018 Pre-fall Womenswear -- Crafts
An analysis of crafts of 2018 Pre-fall womenswear from the aspects of cutting, decoration and patterns. The techniques of previous seasons continue in this season, shirring, knotting and ruffles are emphases.
2018 S/S Menswear Analysis -- Tokyo
Held in Shibuya, the 2018 S/S Tokyo Fashion Week is themed with "The joy of Creation", bringing together outdoor fashion brands such as wande and Wisdom, as well as Moto Guo and Mrhua Mrshua which feature youthful and quirky style. klein Blue and Mysterious Purple are favorites of local designers ,they also bring innovative design in this season.
2018 S/S Men's Catwalk -- Shanghai
The S/S 2018 Shanghai Fashion Week with an overarching theme of Boundless was held in Xintiandi. On its 15th edition, we focus on collections with good quality and pay attention to excellent works and designers. Youth culture and military style are prominent in this season, while sports aesthetic continues its uptrend.
2018 S/S Menswear Catwalk Analysis -- Paris
Paris catwalk 20188 S/S gathered together design masters from China, Japan and European countries. The show is themed with practical workwear and sportswear. The fine tailoring and subtle details create a practical yet elegant look. The key style continues to evolve, but the updated classic style is playful and commercial. Key Colors are rich in this season, bright Colors and cool Colors are more appealing in spring & summer.
2018 S/S Menswear Roundup -- London
Fresh colors and bright colors lend a summer atmosphere. The deconstructed menswear works as an essential update.