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Environmental Protection and Folklore -- The Womenswear Catwalk Analysis of Chloé
A/W 2021 Chloé collection was launched on time in Paris Fashion Week at 8:30 p.m. on March 3(Beijing Time). It's the first collection of the new creative director Gabriela Hearst. Several trailers were released before the runway officially, the warm colors and mottled light and shade indicated the languid and thermal tonality this season. This runway show was launched through a creative short film, and models came out of the cafes on the streets of Paris with a strong sense of rhythm. The background music of the short film is produced by Juan Campodonico, the four-time-winner of the Latin Grammy Awards. On the basis of electronic sound, it integrates Latin American folk music with strong sense of rhythm and dynamic drumbeats. Models crossed the zebra crossing and came to the main catwalk, a wide slate road. Inspired by the sustainable concept, creative director Gabriela Hearst uses 30 new looks to interpret the Chloé girls with environmental duty. It is a show of environmental protection. Not only the natural runway, over 50% of silk comes from organic agriculture and over 80% of knit cashmere yarn is recyclable. Minimalist monochrome jewelry reduces the pollution of electroplating process. And the liner of handbags uses natural linen cloths.
Rebirth & Close to Nature -- The Comprehensive Analysis of New York Fashion Week
Due to COVID-19, this year New York Fashion Week has been shortened from the usual eight days to four, and fewer than 10 designers hold physical shows for their latest collections. Despite the severe condition in New York, many brands still hold fashion shows offline, which reveals the determination of the whole fashion industry to survive and return to happiness. Many designers draw inspiration from the relationship between man and nature, and some put the show in the woods. Beautiful flowers and nature-inspired patterns characterize this season. In the meantime, people are stuck at home, and they have a growing demand for home decorations. Therefore, diverse and eco-friendly concept is also warmly welcomed in S/S 2021. This season features exaggerated expressions, such as the big bowknot, spreading ruffles and dramatic hem designs, as well as various joyful colors which represent hope and rebirth.
Liberating Gentle Power -- The Catwalk Analysis of Fendi Womenswear
The A/W 20/21 collection of Fendi kicks off with the psychedelic sound of Alessandro Cortini, Nine Inch Nails's keyboardist. This time Silvia Venturini, the creative director of Fendi, performs the theme of Gentle Power through the combination of structure and softness, and showcases the liberation of wearable female power. This season plus-size models join the catwalk lineup for the first time. The high-waist of the crisp overcoat and the well-fitting dress accentuates female form, which echoes the pink streamlined catwalk. Retro lantern sleeves run through the whole series. Color-blocking and contrasting of classic elements fully display the role switch between boudoir and meeting room. The strap boots with sheepskin cushion and satin high-heeled shoes highlight the vampire-like enchanting temperament, in line with the theme of boudoir. The waisted design, military outerwear with flare sleeves and the crisp fabric present the powerful temperament of females in the meeting room, quite emotional. Fendi's aesthetics balances between sexiness and calmness, toughness and softness, gentleness and power.
Go Back to Nostalgia -- Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Knitwear on Catwalks
Stripes, argyles, contrast pop and animal prints for Resort 2020 work with contemporary popular colors. Traditional handmade embellishments and classic patterns are deconstructed and re-created. This report introduces three brands: Victor Glemaud, Michael Kors and The Elder Statesman.
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.
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.
Delicate Milan -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Women's Knitwear
Milan is the center of fashion. Perfect and delicate designs and crafts can be found here. In A/W 19/20 Milan Fashion week, simple and neat cutting, delicate crafts and details show high quality. Large silhouettes are one of the features. Splicing is still prevalent, and classic patterns are renewed.
Self London -- 19/20 A/W Analysis of Catwalks for Women's Knitwear
Under the influence of Brexit, this show presents a deconstruction and overthrowing mood. Be self is the theme. London aims to be the center of innovation in the world, and this is the first time London has publicized designers' works from all over the world. Besides Vivienne Westwood, Shen Yue, a Hong Kong female star's daughter, also was on the catwalk to support her father's brand.
Chloé -- Pre-Fall 2019 Women's Knitwear on Catwalk
The Pre-Fall 2019 collection of Chloé has a bohemian vibe, as always without too much of a romantic tilt. It is a jar of old and new. The looks are bold and luxurious, with a dash of Victoriana. See by Chloé shows a time when youth culture thrives in the city with diverse social scenes. The vivid and cool items mix modernity with nostalgia.