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Coast Club -- Analysis of MSGM's Menswear Catwalk
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of MSGM, its S/S 2020 menswear catwalk was held in Florence. In this season, designer Massimo Giorgetti uses bright colors, novel leopard prints, tie-dye and refined details to offer a summery feel.
A Changeable Age -- Comprehensive Analysis of Womenwear Catwalks
Statement styling and reshaped classics go across the Resort 2020 Catwalks. The boundaries between all categories blurred. Rune arts and athleisure appear. Pleats, ruffles, layering, patchwork and tying are incorporated. The show created a inclusive vibe.
Garden Language -- Analysis of Fendi's Menswear Fur&Leather Show
On June 17, 2019, Beijing time, Fendi's S/S 2020 En Plein is released in Milan Royal Garden. This is the first time Fendi had held an outdoor show. Models walked alongside the pond, and attendees were under the trees. Silvia Venturini Fendi also invited Luca Guadagnino as the special artist. Green, beige and brown are key for the collection with the garden style and functionality.
The Industrial Revolution -- A-Cold-Wall
A-Cold-Wall's S/S 2020 collection is called MATERIAL STUDY FOR SOCIAL ARCHITECTURE. Designer Samuel Ross continues the industrial cold mood. Fabrics and materials include real architecture materials like clay, lead, water and glass. Rich materials, diversified industrial styles and images of construction workers are combined to update the industrial style.
Coach 1941 -- Analysis of Womenswear Catwalk Brands
The inspiration of Coach 1941's Resort 2020 collection came from two movies Metropolitan and American Beauty, and 1970s influences. Coach 1941's Resort 2020 lookbook includes core styles.
Optimism -- Analysis of Prada Menswear Catwalk
The futurism in the 1980s has been a firm belief. The outdated cassettes and video cameras are only decorative. Prada's logo conveys a combination of vintage and futuristic styles. Black nylon calls for innovative images.
Immaterial -- Xander Zhou
In this show, Zhou Xiangyu combines Chinese classics with modern sci-fi symbols to interpret rituals: skirt-like garments, robe, unicorn incense burner, string beads, jade ring, pendant, talisman and Chinese characters of five elements. The ritual concept lets us re-think about traditional cultures and the balanced connection to the outside 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.
FENDI -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
FENDI's Resort 2020 vacation collection has been released.This collection was designed by the team led by creative director Silvia Venturini. Inspired by Gloria, Fendi's new collection features bright and bold red. Patent leather makes classic trench coats bold and hot. Tailored suits styled with high-split skirts or split dresses and high boots are seductive and slick. The classic double-F logo continues to be seen on items.
Gucci -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
At 2:00 A.M., May 29, Beijing time, Gucci released its Resort 2020 vacation collection in the Capitoline Museums. The invitation letters were in Antica Libreria Cascianelli. Opening up old books, you could find light blue-ink stamps showing the time and address. Paul Veyne's famous saying was also printed: Only pagan antiquity awakened my desire, because it was the world of before, because it was an abolished world. In this show, you could find the classical elements, Mickey and feminist slogans.
Wedding Dresses -- Analysis of the Catwalk of Marchesa's Wedding Dresses
In April, Marchesa's S/S 2020 collection was released in the wedding dress week in Barcelona. Designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig showed us a dreamy and delicate wedding dress show. This new collection is romantic and ornate. Understated and impressive looks are underlined. Complicated and delicate embroideries interpret feminine qualities. Marchesa's iconic 3D florals are much lighter. Crystal embroideries and layered sheers add an elevated edge. Detachable parts are designed to provide more options. Short wedding dresses and colored ones follow the trend.
Louis Vuitton -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk Brands
The place for releasing the LV's resort 2020 collection was at the fifth terminal building in JFK. The theme paid tribute to the first female pilot Amelia Earhart who was a feminist. Pilot helmets, glasses, crystals and metallic embellishments were used. The cut continued the 1980s style accentuating form.
Chanel -- Analysis of Resort 2020 Catwalk brands
Chanel's Resort 2020 collection was released in Grand Palais. The theme was Destination CHANEL. This collection was designed by Virginie Viard who absorbs the design ideas of Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel and Karl Lagerfeld. Her special freshness and delicacy add pure and luxe qualities to Chanel's items.
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.
Comprehensive Analysis of A/W 19/20 Women's Knitwear on Catwalks in Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai.
This report is made through the comprehensive analysis of directional styles shown in Berlin, Tokyo, Seoul and Shanghai fashion week. We analyze the colors, techniques, patterns and brands to inspire your designs.
Devil Beauty -- Analysis of A/W 19/20 Catwalk Brands for Womenswear
In this season, DEVIL BEAUTY continues its directional style. The theme is IN LOVE. Garment design language is used to interpret five stages of love. Designers put their feelings and thoughts into garments through different fabrics and designs.
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.
Rico Lee -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalk for Menswear
Rico Lee cooperated with 3M to release a special collection with the theme of Space Survival in A/W 2019 Shanghai Fashion Week. The Industrial Revolution collection co-designed by Rico Lee and ANTA is impressive. Space Survival is like an opera about humans living in other planets. The elements of space exploration are integrated into the collection. Sustainable materials are used.
Louis Vuitton -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalks for Womenswear
The catwalk of Louis Vuitton A/W 2019 Womenswear was held in Musée du Louvre. This collection depicts a fashion view that only the persons who truly know themselves can obtain. Checker comes back; abstract patterns and flowers are offbeat; contoured shoulder coats are modern. Miki Hat brings pure French vintage vibes. The whole collection presents the mysterious and futuristic feel that is between classic and edgy styles.
Sacai -- A/W 19/20 Analysis of Catwalk Brands for Womenswear
The core words for Sacai in this season are layers, asymmetry and splicing. Designer Chitose Abe plays with volume and proportion based on utility. Abe said the inspiration of this collection came from when she was a child. At that time, she liked to dress up. Prints are key as well and Abe got inspired from Jackson Pollock's paintings.
Elie Saab -- S/S 2019 Analysis of Formal Dress Catwalks in Paris Couture Week
Elie Saab's 2019 S/S collection in Paris Couture Week is romantic and impressive. Irregular-shaped sequins on high-split yarn-mixed dresses and flowing chiffon dresses are like stars. Neat suits are of British style. Colors of spring and summer like red, blue green and beige decorate the whole collection. Luxury champagne and elegant royal blue are refreshing. Complicated embroideries and subtle pleats are used a lot. Large hem is appealing. 3D flowers are interesting; metal accessories are eye-catching.