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The Collision of Western and Chinese Elements -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Since Chen Caixia founded Shiatzy Chen in 1971, she has always insisted on the Chinese style, even in the era when the public pursued European and American trends. In A/W 2021 show, Shiatzy Chen deconstructs and reorganizes the traditional Chinese elements and western traditional objects, displaying the traditional culture in a young way.
Drawing The Orient -- The Craft Trend for Embroidery Pattern of Formal Dress
As an ancient Chinese handicraft, embroidery has a history of thousands of years. Embroidery is closely related to the development of costume. As leisure and simple aesthetics become the mainstream gradually, traditional embroidery also changes along with the fashion trend and develops toward the direction of diversification and individuation. In addition to stitch, pattern design is also important. Simple pattern and elegant color become the non-negligible points in the new season.
Embroidery of The Royal Court -- The Pattern Trend for Womenswear
The background music of Elie Saab hints that the inspiration for this season comes from China and Asian, which is verified by the first look. The robe with harmonious structure and exquisite handicraft is moving forward slowly, reminding people of the noble queen showing her beauty and influence. The black grounding makes the golden dragon and phoenix very powerful. In this season, dresses of Elie Saab mainly use golden panels to enhance the effect.
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.