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Minimalism -- The Cutting Craft Trend for Women's Overcoats
Minimalism, also known as Minimal Art, emerged in the 1960s after the Second World War. Minimalism itself, leaves some space for the public to create and experience the concept of art, and allows the audience to participate in the construction of the work, and finally becomes a mental behavior without specific restrictions. The minimalist design adheres to the design concept that less is more, which is reflected by details of overcoats. In A/W 21/22, the minimalism uses the contrasting combination of buttons with plackets, changes of dart, and simple pocket changes to interpret the multifunctional details of overcoats.
Florals -- The Pattern Craft Trend for Womenswear
With the awakening of women's self-consciousness and accumulating wealth on their own, women's social status changes silently. Therefore, we can fully perceive the softness and hardness, vulnerability and strength, curiosity and exploration of modern women. Floral implies the self-expression of females, so different crafts of florals will be widely applied to clothing and accessories. The floral is mostly combined with padded embroidery.
Linear and Floating -- The Craft Detail Trend for Womenswear
Sustainable fashion drives the anti-waste concept and enduring details to become the mainstream. Exquisite traditional handicraft also becomes the important expression of clothing details. Delicacy and craftsmanship return back to the fashion stage. The loose structure and meticulous details will also become an important trend in A/W 21/22. As a kind of traditional handicraft, tassels also return back. They will be combined with exquisite femininity, normally regular.
Mixed Materials -- The Splicing Craft Trend for Men's Knitwear
Splicing is the key craft of knitwear design. Splicing with other materials enriches the change of silhouette, detail and color. Consumers also like the impact brought by mixed materials. Due to the blurred boundary between business and daily, here we analyze from the slight business style. Functional collar, cuffs and pockets are hot. Suede and textural knitwear are spliced, quite novel. The splicing of knitwear with shirt and sweatshirt is also non-negligible.
Afternoon Monodrama -- The Craft Trend for Women's Leather Clothing
With the increasing demand of consumers for a better life, people turn from pursuing convergent consumption to pursuing individual consumption, and pay more and more attention to the attitude of self-expression and innovation. Entry luxury has been a daily mix & match because it brings a fashionable and free feeling.
Philosophy of Color -- The Craft Trend for Women's Mink Fur
In this era of rapid dissemination of information, fashion has a task of spreading hope for the future. Color and creativity make people unique in the increasingly uniform world. The transboundary trend also makes fur more plastic. Artistic lines, modern color blocks and even scattered abstract brushstrokes break the limits of fur. With the extension of design concept, fur remains noble and luxurious, but becomes more fashionable and fun. The emerging fur crafts are combined with designers' infinite imagination, so the mink fur has breakthroughs in styles and designs.
Protect The Multifaceted Life -- The Craft Trend for Women's Shearling
Shearling is durable and warm, and necessary for pragmatists in autumn and winter. As the pace of modern life speeds up, both functionality and aesthetics will become the design rules in the future. Inspired by the urban style, fur design has already changed its own style, and integrates with fashion, environmental protection, comfort, leisure and other concepts to keep pace with the times. It emphasizes the quality sense and individuality through exquisite crafts like spliced materials, combination of materials, and slight deconstruction.
Embossed Quilting -- The Craft Trend for Quilting
Quilting was born in France in the 11th century. At the end of the 19th century, riding suits are very popular and often applies quilting because of its warmth. In 1955, Lady Coco Chanel who loves horse racing creates the popular 2.55 bag inspired by the racecourse, and then quilting truly steps into the fashion world. In A/W 21/22, quilting returns back with the classic look, and the exquisite embossment makes quilting warm and artistic.
Fashionable Prints -- The Pattern craft Trend for Womenswear
This is an era when Millennials and Gen Z are the main force of consumption. They use live streaming and online platforms to obtain styles and items in line with current trends. And influenced by promotion videos and social media, they have great love for fashionable styles. So designers start from youngsters' recognition of "Fashion" to create stylish items through bright-colored offset printing, divided print, print & embroidery and piecing.