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Party Dress -- The Detail & Craft Trend for Kidswear
With the soaring popularity of the Madeline, the romantic and elegant atmosphere and the aura of the daughter exuding from the inside out have attracted enthusiastic attention in dressing. This report analyzes six process details, including three-dimensional decoration, bow, layered mesh, bubble sleeves, three-dimensional ruffled edges, and lightweight feather decoration. At the same time, popular fabrics such as tweeds and heavy industry reliefs under the style of Madeline are also the elements of this analysis. Exquisite details and diverse attempts provide updated and specific ideas for the development of girl party dresses for the next season.
New French Embroidery -- The Craft Trend for Wedding Dress
Compared to the heavy and luxurious traditional wedding dresses, the quiet luxury and elegant romantic French style has gradually gained attention among contemporary people who pursue a sense of relaxation. French embroidery uses materials such as silk threads, gold and silver threads, and beads to create sculptural three-dimensional textures on fabrics using the Lunéville crochet. In the spring and summer of 2024, various French embroidery techniques are used to reshape the high-end details of wedding dresses. This article interprets the latest trends in French embroidery for wedding dresses from seven aspects: paper folding embroidery, layered lace embroidery, edge embroidery, French filling embroidery, three-dimensional bead embroidery, beaded feathers, and linear beading.