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Converse's Collaborated Collections
Converse has released the special collaborated collection called Reimagined. Koche, Feng Chen Wang and Faith Connexion were invited to reinvent fashion, street and contemporary art to renew Converse.
Auspicious Garments From China
In March, 2019, ICY collaborated with Palace Culture to design auspicious garments. 5 independent designers participated in this project. They got inspiration from more than 1.8 millions articles collected by the Palace Museum. Chinese culture is integrated into garments.
Chen Peng X Li-Ning Collection in New York Fashion Show
Color elements from universe and inspirations from Chinese traditional philosophies. In 2019 New York fashion week, independent designer Chen Peng, supported by Li-Ning, came with "Yao Bian Tian Mu", presenting 2019 Li-Ning collection. This collaboration puts the emerging of Chinese original design on the international fashion stage.
"Youth Made China" -- New York Fashion Week China Day
From February 4 to 13 this year, A/W New York fashion week will be held. The main venue is still Spring Studios , and Industria will hold six fashion shows. Besides those fashion shows, there will be other several special events, including new NYFW-The Talks, fashion movie flash mob, film of fashion documentaries and featurettes of New York fashion show.
Produce 101 Celebrates Chinese Styles
In the hot reality show Produce 101, songs and garments in Chinese styles gain traction. This report tells you how to perfectly interpret Chinese street styles. Domestic designer brands such as Angel Chen, Mukzin and Something, or established houses like Gucci and Louis Vuitton are worthy of reference.
What ? You Don't Get the Copycat Craze Yet?
Watching FENDI's runway show of the latest season , you'll see that Karl Lagerfeld changed the brand LOGO for the first time, and does that look familiar? In fact, this is a new work by Karl's collaborator artist Hey Reilly, which enjoys a great popularity. Surprisingly, it started out as a spoof by Hey Reilly, who has a reputation for spoofing brand logos, he played a little joke with Fendi on instagram in February last year.
Top 5 Fonts Favored By Fashion Brands
When we talk about street styles, we cannot ignore letters. Texts are key for street brands to communicate with customers. Words become a visual language for fashion and art. Designers express emotions with them. Letters are so important, but do you know which font is more often used? Here are top 5 fonts favored by street brands.