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Warm and Lovely- The Pattern Trend for Women's Loungewear
Each image in the Chinese zodiac is always amiable and reliable. Each zodiac sign seems to be endowed with deep emotions, depicting a picture that reincarnation never ends. As a traditional symbol, the Chinese zodiac is favored by international brands in recent years. They combine these zodiac signs with loungewear to make styles eye-catching and inherit Chinese traditional folk culture. This report extracts a set of Chinese zodiac animal signs suitable for young girls and combines them with loungewear.
Various Laces- The Fabric Trend for Women's Wedding Dress
Lace and wedding dress, just like cigar and whisky, are complementary and the perfect partner for each other. As an ancient handicraft, lace appeared before the 14th century. At that time, lace was not exclusive for women, but was used for church decorations. Then it slowly became worldly. Currently, lace has become an indispensable part of clothing decoration. A gorgeous and romantic lace wedding dress is almost each girls' dream, and the pattern on lace is often the key to determine the texture.
Reinvented Maximalism -- The Pattern Trend for Girls' Knitwear
Maximalism comes back to the core of modern designing, and brands start to design more premium basic items. In fashionable knitted pieces, maximalism is key. For A/W 20/21, new leopard print, fashionable letters, multicolored stripes, hand scrawls and color blocks are key details.
Fruits in the Summer -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Call Me By Your Name shows the Italian countryside scenes in the high summer of the 1980s. Peaches implicitly represent the desire for love. In addition to flowers, fruits also show the color, sweet and playful feel in summer. For S/S 2020, fruits are often seen on catwalks.
Versatile Stripes -- Pattern Trend for Womenswear
Vintage broad stripes were seen on plenty of catwalks for S/S 2020. Stripes originate from sailors' clothes and flags. In 1858, the French government announced the sporty cotton jersey with 21 black and white stripes as the casual uniform for French navy, and later the design was applied widely to many categories. Ms. Chanel used stripes in premium fashion garments, making striping perennial. The broad stripe dresses worn by super models Lisa Fonssagrives and Anne st.Marie become classics.