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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.