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Chinoiserie -- The Color Trend Confirmation of Womenswear Theme
This theme conforms to the increasing influence of oriental culture on future market and mixes oriental and western classic hues, thus presenting this novel yet nostalgic palette for autumn and winter. Chinese classical Lychee and Smoke are combined with Europeanized oriental Bel Air Blue and Cherry Mahogany, and added by modern pastel Yarrow, Peachy Keen and Lavender Blue. Dark Mysterioso shows the surreal power and gives a girly romantic touch to the retro palette. This palette echoes young consumers' desire for nostalgia and return to localization.
CHINOISERIE -- The Trend Confirmation of Menswear Theme Color
POP released the color trend for A/W 2021 in June, 2020. And the theme Chinoiserie led us to see the charm and new looks of combined eastern and western cultures. The colors take cues from artworks combining with western and oriental cultures, and classical arts of modern times. Enamel Blue is important for cultural fusion. Rhubarb of red-glazed porcelain is the traditional color of Chine. Rose Tan and Basil come from Chinoiserie works. The mix of old and new sees the evolution of future trends.
Chinoiserie -- A/W 21/22 Theme Trend
Teenagers' advocacy of Chinese traditional culture is the embodiment of cultural confidence and responsibility. As early as the 16th century, Europe had an unlimited fantasy of this mysterious oriental country, China. By the 18th century, sinomania had reached a high point. At that time, the upper nobility regarded products from China as rare curios to show off their status. Art also frequently incorporated strong oriental features into the prevailing Baroque style. In modern times, the term, Chinoiserie, appears in design. This word refers to Europeanized Chinese style. Complicated Baroque style is blended with oriental aesthetics to open a new surreal chapter of retro luxury.