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Sustainable Denim -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Denim on Womenswear Catwalks
With the coming post-coronavirus era, S/S 2021 four major fashion weeks are held online and offline. Denim becomes a key fabric for S/S items. Throughout S/S 2021 catwalks, it is easy to find the importance of sustainable development.Denim should focus on minimizing waste, negating the impact to the environment and maximizing product value and life cycle. Recycled fibers and low-impact dye and wash processes enhance sustainability of core products. Reusing denim mixes with design process. Creatively upcycling deastock and recycled fabrics excavates the resale value of conventional practical workwear and retro looks.
Light and Shadow -- The Catwalk Analysis of Fendi Menswear and Womenswear
Fendi S/S 2021 show is held in Milan as scheduled. La Famiglia, Fendi S/S 2021 collection, is inspired by family, the designer's childhood and the family life during pandemic. Silvia says, "Time spent with family - descendants who raised together in Rome - prompts quiet introspection in a window or garden to watch the world go by." Looking out from the inside, looking out from the outside, shadows and reflections are projected throughout the series. She explains the memory and thinking about the childhood, family and life. As for the setting, traditional elements and home life are mixed. The flowing white curtain is ethereal. The wavy sofas on the runway are also draped in pure white cotton, echoing the white curtain. Recently, Fendi appoints Kim Jones as the artistic director who will be in charge of women's haute couture, ready-to-wear and fur collections. Silvia Venturini Fendi continues the responsibility of accessories and menswear collections. But Kim Jones remains the artistic director of menswear. It's said that the A/W 2021 collection will be the first ready-to-wear collection of Kim Jones in Fendi.
Sustainable and Recyclable -- Comprehensive Analysis of Men's Denim in Online Fashion Weeks
This global pandemic promotes people's attention to sustainability. Necessity is their top consideration. Denim should focus on eliminating the influence on climate, minimizing waste and maximizing the value or service life of products. Recycled fibers, low-pollution dye process and washing crafts strengthen the sustainability of core collections. Denim is reused and fused into designs. Deadstock and recycled fabrics are updated and re-created to explore the sales value of conventional practical workwear and retro styles. Imperfect fabrics lead consumers to appreciate and cherish sustainable clothes.
The Comprehensive Analysis of Selected Catwalks in Other Areas
Fashion week has undoubtedly had a huge impact on the fashion industry. In addition to the four major fashion weeks, other fashion weeks are also influential. Their styles and details present a casual design sense. Most of them have a strong impact on current market.
Craft, Detail and Pattern -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Women's Leather/ Fur Clothing on Catwalks
Nowadays, fashion is like the melting pot, and not restricted to rules or outdated concepts. "Almighty" is the core feeling brought by A/W 2020 shows. Designers smartly use innovative crafts to create leather and fur clothing. Here we conclude core trends on these international catwalks, such as the printed mink fur, leather, ruffle and splicing.
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.
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.
Return of The Elegant Advanced Customization -- The Comprehensive Analysis of Paris Menswear Fashion Week
At the beginning of 2020, the novel coronavirus upsets our life. The outbreak is still there, but fashion never stops. For A/W 20/21 Paris Menswear Fashion Week, the collaboration collection of shoes with clothing decreases in this season, and is replaced by the rich and novel sophisticated looks. Street fashion style drops, and menswear tends to be retro and elegant, maybe because people are tired of the street style and tend to long for the elegant advanced customization. Many suits with exquisite cutting and meticuous fabrics emerge on the catwalk.
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.