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Ingenious Upcycling- The Creative Fabric Trend for Womenswear
Exquisite appearance and cultivating consumers' sustainable awareness have become the mainstream of new consumption. The demand for individuality and limited items is also getting stronger, which has driven the market's demand for retro upcycling looks. Inspirations are drawn from the routine to upcycle old materials, to deconstruct and creatively transform classic fabrics and the best selling goods in the past. Old practical materials, retro elements, the garage fabrics and accessories are applied to upcycle overflowing items, endow products with the real sustainable meaning, and make the old materials and unsalable fabrics vigorous again. Regenerated fibers create a natural color mixing impact, individual and creative. The details of old clothes and unsalable fabrics are artistically hand-made, such as splicing the cuff and the collar to shape the new appearance, show nifty and eye-catching effect, and create the unique sustainable items.
Library Open Day-- Theme Design & Development for Kidswear
Library open day is an important link of orientation activities and all students are in school uniforms on this day. Take it easy! Following the steps of senior schoolmates, you can find a place you are always longing for in this quiet library with a long history. Shush, shush, the wind is blowing leaves outside the window. The sunshine pours out directly to the floor. And books on the shelves are waiting to be explored, like the vast universe. The designer makes autumn and winter warm and noble through the quiet shady glade and the passionate samba, along with the camel and the navy blue as complementary colors.
The Dress -- The Silhouette Trend for Girls' Dresses
The versatile and wearable items and styles are in high demand. The simple silhouette is the key direction. The shirt dress, waisted shape and irregular hem provide inspiration. Sheers are versatile, and voluminous gathering gains momentum for S/S 2020.
Reinvented Maximalism -- The Pattern Trend for Girls' Knitwear
Maximalism comes back to the core of modern designing, and brands start to design more premium basic items. In fashionable knitted pieces, maximalism is key. For A/W 20/21, new leopard print, fashionable letters, multicolored stripes, hand scrawls and color blocks are key details.
Digital Fashion&Technical Texture -- The Fabric Trend for Womenswear Fabric
Utility tech-touch and unconventional designs are favored by millennials and Gen Z. Technical materials update heritage womenswear. Futurism, functionality and new street influences update all womenswear categories of premium street and street sports, in line with the them trend of A/W 20/21 H+. The technical puffa, multi-layer functional cottons, glossy tie-dye are combined with psychedelic geometrics to add newness. The combinations of shiny power colors create a chic futuristic style.
Refreshed Pools -- Design and Development for S/S 2020 Baby&Toddler
In spring, the green lotus leaves, pink lotuses, dragonflies and frog in the pool appeal to children. Greens are paired with soft pastel reds, grey tones and sandy hues. The bright and dark tones at the pool freshen S/S 2020 baby&toddler themes.
Fruits in the Summer -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Call Me By Your Name shows the Italian countryside scenes in the high summer of the 1980s. Peaches implicitly represent the desire for love. In addition to flowers, fruits also show the color, sweet and playful feel in summer. For S/S 2020, fruits are often seen on catwalks.
Versatile Stripes -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Vintage broad stripes were seen on plenty of catwalks for S/S 2020. Stripes originate from sailors' clothes and flags. In 1858, the French government announced the sporty cotton jersey with 21 black and white stripes as the casual uniform for French navy, and later the design was applied widely to many categories. Ms. Chanel used stripes in premium fashion garments, making striping perennial. The broad stripe dresses worn by super models Lisa Fonssagrives and Anne st.Marie become classics.