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Caring for the Earth – Pattern Trend
The earth is the only home of human beings. Only when the natural environment is in a harmonious state of ecological balance, can the future of human beings be optimistic. In recent years, the frequent natural disasters, the melting of glaciers and the gradual extinction of species show that it is extremely urgent to protect the ecological balance of the earth. The outbreak of NCP also exposes many hidden problems. Therefore, we must maintain the diversity of species and work together to protect our planet.
Holiday of BoBos -- The Pattern Trend
As free and natural lifestyle gains popularity. BoBos blend bourgeois qualities with Bohemian freewill and artistic aesthetics, bringing a perfect holiday for S/S 2021. We will go back to the 1970s and recall the good old days. We not only prefer the retro 70s style, but also celebrate the 70s environmental life concept. We become gardeners of the earth, and create a beautiful holiday. This theme connects retro clothing, waste fabrics, and environmentally-friendly crafts, and emphasize pattern design through sustainable ways like recycling, renovation and extending the popularity cycle
Plastic-free Coast -- 2020 S/S Pattern Trend for Menswear
Ocean is the birthplace of life, but now we dump plastic in it. The theme of 2018 World Environment Day is Beat Plastic Pollution, which means dealing with the plastic problem together. Recently UNEP joined hands with Chinese goodwill ambassadors to launch the Cleaning Ocean program. According to UN's latest statistics, the annual output of plastic reaches to over 0.3 billion tons, and half of it is disposable. If we don't take action now, the plastic will take over ocean. In fact, Ocean has no boundary, and it reaches every corner of our earth. Protecting ocean is very urgent, and we must build a clean ocean for ocean creatures.