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Traditional Festivals -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Traditional Chinese festivals display the profound Chinese culture and folklore. People will dress up on the day to celebrate the festival. On the day, colors are dynamic and gorgeous.
The Oriental -- The Pattern Trend for Women's Chinese Formal Dresses
With the increasing popularity of vintage style, the Chinese style gains momentum. The qipao makes a strong comeback. Interesting patterns create different styles on the qipao. This report shows you a variety of oriental patterns.
The Oriental Elements -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The oriental beauty is timeless. In 1997, Dior's reinvented Chi-Pao was most attractive. Chinese style gains momentum. Florals in the Chinese ink paintings are refreshing and delicate.
Chinese Style -- 2020 S/S Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Driven by the emerging brands like Mukzin, Ysimo-X and Xinyiji, Chinese patterns will continue to prevail. They are updated with saucy, modern and cartoon references to entice young customers.
19/20 A/W Pattern for Womenswear -- Chinese Painting
People desire for a pleasant and peaceful lifestyle as they are tired of busy work. This report is all about the patterns of landscapes, flowers and birds, taking us to the natural world.
2019 S/S Craft for Women's Formal Dress -- Cheongsam
Cheongsam was created in the 1920s, but some scholars believe that it can be traced back to the robe in Qing and Han dynasties. Cheongsam became a popular dress for women since 1920s, and was regarded as a national garment by the government of the Republic of China in 1929. Although the definition and the invention time are still controversial, cheongsam is a brilliant design of China’s costume culture.