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Retrospective: China Fashion Week S/S 2014

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This week, we bring you China Fashion Week S/S 2014.
Extablished in 1997 and held twice a year in Beijing, The event consists of fashion shows, professional contests, fashion forum, professional evaluation and more.

Within fifteen years’ development, China Fashion Week has become not only a top-rated platform for fashion design, ready-to-wear, accessories, styling, and other new designs and new technologies in China, but also a world-renowned platform for promoting brands, displaying originality, and broadcasting fashion trends.

Until now, more than 330 designers from over 10 countries, and more than 360 fashion brands and organizations have hold 791 fashion shows. Over 2,700 young designers and models have taken part in 104 professional contest finals. China Fashion Week attracts hundreds of media representatives from all over the world each season.

Chinese fashion designers are ready to defy well-established Western trends and bring to the global fashion scene a new understanding of aesthetic standards and norms. This growing pool of home-grown designers feel proud of their cultural heritage. And their daring designs are indeed becoming a powerful way of expression for young Chinese willing to explore new trends, as China becomes one of the most valuable fashion markets in the world.

 

 

Giola Pan

Gioia Pan-3736


 

 

 

Hu Sheguang

Hu Sheguang-3018

 

 

 

Ji Wenbo

Ji Wenbo-0736

 

 

 

Just For Tee

Just for Tee-4174

 

 

 

Simon Gao

Simon Gao-2009

 

 

 

 

Stella Lam

Stella Lam-1396

 

 

 

Wang YuTao

Wang Yutao-9939

 

 

Text by: ActuallyMAG team
*Images courtesy of Iris Mir of (www.earthtoiris.com)

 

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One Response to “Retrospective: China Fashion Week S/S 2014”
  1. Margie says:

    This forum needed shkiang up and you’ve just done that. Great post!

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