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Greetings from Antwerp--The Analysis of Dries Van Noten Menswear Runway
“Greetings from Antwerp”, Dries Van Noten’ s Spring/Summer 2022 menswear is full of emotional connection and unlimited respect for the city’s freedom and carefree fun. The team of Dries Van Noten went to 56 landmarks in Antwerp to take snapshots in three days, capturing static and dynamic images of the models wearing new items this season and the surroundings around them. Mr. Dries Van Noten said, “Through my work here I have had the pleasure of reliving Antwerp over again through the lives of the International members of my team who have come to live here with us. With this collection, we see Antwerp through the eyes and photographs of international residents of the city, members of my design team. It is always interesting to see what captivates their attention and how the city we know speaks to them.”
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.
Reaching The Summit at Dawn -- The Catwalk Analysis of FENG CHEN WANG Menswear
A/W 2020 collection of FENG CHEN WANG, the Chinese designer brand, was unveiled at London fashion week. The brand continues its contemporary interpretation of Chinese traditional culture. A/W 2020 is inspired by the designer Wang Fengchen's trip to her hometown, Mount Wuyi. From the opening the ink and wash to the final splendid flaming sunrise, all scenes restore the spectacular scenery at dawn during climbing, which also shows the designer's inner world.
Post Human Era -- C2H4 Los Angeles
Post Human Era is evolved from last season's transhumanism. The setting is in 2030 when there are new and strange things. Memory and time are used as standards to differentiate humans. The post human era is made up of the civilian class, HDS class and elite class. Function, tech-tility, deconstructed prints, irregular edges and layering are underlined.
16N by ada mo -- Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalk Brands for Menswear
The theme of A/W 2019 collection of 16N is a space odyssey. The inspiration of 2001: A Space Odyssey. In this season, you will find that even in space, there are many professions. Some need suits, and others need uniform and even leather racing suits. 16N aims to explore the relationship between AI and humans.