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Meet Guo Pei, China's First Haute Couture Designer
 
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In the West, Guo Pei is known for making the canary-yellow gown Rihanna wore at this year’s Met Gala in New York. Growing up during the Cultural Revolution and China’s opening up, Guo shares how the country’s past has shaped her designs and innovations. Photo/Video: Menglin Huang/The Wall Street Journal Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
Views: 411026 Wall Street Journal
Lan Yu  Chinese Fashion Designer HD
 
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Featured in Roulez Magazine's "Liu Lan Yu Brings LANYU Love to America." Chinese fashion designer and entrepreneur Liu Lan Yu is celebrating the 11th year of her brand LANYU, just as she brings her widely revered evening gown line into the United States. But hers are not styles one would expect from China. The line is passionate, emotional and yet, in some ways, still highly traditional. Video by Lan Yu. Inside the studio of Chinese Fashion Designer Lan Yu (兰玉) Music: Sunday Morning - Saycet | MVS Records
Views: 719 Roulez Magazine
Mary Ma: Chinese fashion designers have become more creative
 
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This year’s New York Fashion Week featured many Chinese fashion designers. I spoke with Mary Ma, who was China’s top supermodel before becoming a prominent fashion designer, and asked where she draws her inspiration.
Views: 7360 SupChina
Chinese fashion designer shines in Milan
 
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A Chinese fashion designer and his designs that feature ancient Chinese imperial symbols made a hit at this year's Milan Men's Fashion Week Spring/Summer event, which was held last month.
Views: 1522 New China TV
The Future of Fashion Design in China
 
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In the past 30 years, China has been a major garment manufacturer, producing clothes for big brands overseas for very low margins. Now in China, the clothing industry is experiencing a transformation. “Made in China” is gradually being upgraded to “Designed in China.” For modern-day Chinese designers, this presents an opportunity as well as a challenge. Han Xiao, a young designer, started his career at a small workshop. He is working hard to fulfill his dream—“Designed in China.” Thumbnail Template by Thumb Temps: http://thumbtemps.com/license/
Views: 748 China Matters
Live: China Fashion Week raises the curtain
 
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China Fashion Week raises the curtain in Beijing. It is an event that gathers local brands and designers displaying their 2018 spring/summer collection. Chinese top luxury brand NE•TIGER opens the fashion show, which claims to be the defender and inheritor of Chinese clothing culture and heritage. #ChinaFashionWeek
Views: 6925 CGTN
Chinese Fashion Designer's New Collection Takes Inspiration from Shangri-La
 
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Supermodel-turned-designer Ma Yanli, also known as Mary Ma, took her Spring/Summer 2018 collection to the runway on Sunday, with inspiration from Shangri-La, a famous scenic spot in southwest China's Yunnan Province. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20171106/8065583.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Chinese-Peruvian designer attributes success to her Asian roots
 
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Chinese immigrants in other countries have also been celebrating Spring Festival. In Peru, they're called 'Tusan.'
Views: 1272 CGTN America
Chinese designers make their mark in fashion industry
 
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Milan is one of the fashion capitals in the world and home to some of the industry's major fashion houses and labels. But in order to stay ahead, many of the institutions have attempted to diversify and widen the area of new designers.
Views: 177 CGTN America
Design is My Language - An Interview with Chinese Fashion Designer Vega Wang
 
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Fashion Designer Vega Wang: Design is My Language www.zihua.com.cn - www.vegazaishiwang.com Vega Wang was born in China's Liaoning province. In 2005, she graduated from the London College of Fashion with a degree in fashion design. In 2008, she was awarded a degree from Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London in women's fashion design. She now has her own fashion line called VEGA ZAISHI WANG. For more on Vega: http://zihua.com.cn/course/0035.html bit.ly/1wtWMDr
CHINA TRIP - HOW CLOTHING BRANDS ARE MADE - BEHIND THE SCENES
 
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As many of you know, my primary line of business is Fashion design. I've been in this industry for about 13 years now. I am a current co-founder and co-owner of Vie-Riche Paris, as well as Design director at Maxima Apparel, Which houses my brand, Black Pyramid (Chris Brown's line) and also Hudson Outerwear. With that said, I recently took a work trip to China, where basically all of our development happens. People tend to take for granted the amount of work that goes behind a single garment, and I wanted to take a moment to highlight just that, with the help of a little bit of a behind the scenes video of my recent trip to China. Here's a typical breakdown of the usual process (Normal industry standard is 6-9 months....Our standard, 2-3 months, Tis why we are considered the Urban ZARA): To start off, our company is composed of about 140 employees between our NYC office and our China offices. Step 1: Concept & Design (My main role). Step 2: Design hand-off process. Once a design (or batch of designs) is approved, Us designers must break down the art (if any) on the garment, and provide our Technical design team with all details pertaining the art; a. A cad with art placement sized in the right proportion. Pantone numbers for every color in the art, and also suggested/intended form of embelishment. Step 3: Merchandising process for each and every style. This entails establishing which fabrics will be used, as well as form of embelishment (print, embroidery, patchwork, sublimation, etc.) and lastly which of our 10+ factories the specific style will be assigned to. Depending on the Step 4: Technical Design. Our Tech team will take every single style and create a multi-page breakdown for it. This is the blueprint of the garment. It details everything from fabric, to colors, to exact measurements for every single aspect of the item, as well as construction. Step 5: Our Tech Packs are then uploaded on to a server where we manually enter each style by style. On this system, every detail is also manually entered and here we assign pricing and a status log is created and followed through up until delivery of the product to our warehouse. Step 6: Sourcing for sampling. Our team in China dissects each and every item and goes out and sources our requested fabrics in specific colors/quality standards. They also source trims and any new kind of technique we request. You'll see some of this in my video below. Step 7: Sampling process. The factory creates a pattern, and using our Tech pack, they create our sample for each style. This sample is then sent out to us for inspection/commenting. Step 8: Sample review: We collaboratively review each sample and make comments on each one for our factories to implement for production. Sometimes we will request a rushed updated sample if the item requires a major change, which is typically delivered to us within a week or so. Step 9: Our samples are then handed to our sales team (One to two sales people in each region, including one Europe rep). The sales team spends the next 3-4 weeks going to stores and trade shows to collect pre-orders from all of our accounts as well as any potential new accounts. Step 10: We then asses our total pre-order sales numbers and create a 'buy' for each and every style, which we then submit to the factory for production. Our administrative team is responsible for manually entering each and every order into our system. Step 11: Production. You'll see some of this in my video. Industry standard: 90 days. Our standard: 7-30 days, depending on different variables. Step 12: Goods are inspected, packed and shipped to our warehouse in China. Step 13: Once the goods are ready to ship, our Admin team contacts each and every store that pre-ordered and confirms delivery of their order. Their order is then picked, packed and shipped directly from china to their store within 2 business days. Step 14: You, the consumer, buys it. Step 15: Repeat :) By the time this item goes on your body, it has been touched by over 100 people, and collectively, hundreds of hours have been put into the process. And thanks to our speed to market motto, we are also able to give you guys trend-relevant, innovative, high quality goods EVERY SINGLE MONTH, at a very reasonable price! It is why our three brands are preferred over all other brands in our sector. But don't take my word for it. Next time you are out at some nightclub or retail store, pay close attention to what people are wearing. I promise you that you will see our 3 brands more prominently than any other :) Thank you for taking the time to read this and appreciate the process. Hope you enjoyed and don't forget to share and subscribe to my Channel!
Views: 4986 Abiel Ruiz
Zhang jingjing haute couture 2013 S/S - China fashion week
 
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Chinese designer Zhang Jingjing(张京京), her work at the China Fashion Week runway show. collection on a total of 36 dresses and wedding, the fusion of Eastern and Western culture and fashion crafts. one hundred thousand of calculations sequins and beads made into a gorgeous evening dress, a large number of hand-Glassbeads Embroidery, reaching hundreds of man-hours, or even thousands of man-hours. Zhang jingjing couture studio Official Website: jingcouture.com Cameraman: tang yimin
Legend Of The Dragon - Couture Fashion Show by Guo Pei in China | FashionTV
 
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SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/FashionTVSUB http://www.FashionTV.com/videos BEIJING - FashionTV presents to you an extravagant evening in the front row at the Legend of The Dragon Guo Pei 2012 Fashion Show in China. As one of China's most well known fashion designers in the world, Guo Pei's featured collection is one of a kind. Pei has surpassed the creativity that has been walking down the American runways for the past few years. Her collection this year is a collaboration of mixed art and fairytale magic, where the talented designer has taken Chinese culture and couture, putting together a masterpiece. On stage, models walked slowly, dressed in dream-like gowns that have their Chinese culture shining through. Her over-the-top creations consisted of luxurious colors such as red, gold, green and silver, silk, hand embroidery, traditional Chinese prints, thousands of pearls, high wedges and creative headpieces. One dress took about 7, 412 hours to make! Guo Pei is now China's new haute couture. Appearances: Guo Pei SHOP http://shop.fashiontv.com CHANNEL http://youtube.com/FashionTV FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/FTV TWITTER http://twitter.com/FashionTV FashionTV's YouTube network features coverage of fashion shows, fashion week, runway highlights, front row celebs, backstage, hair and makeup, models, designers, photo shoots, red carpets at the biggest events in Hollywood, and much more. The total source for worldwide fashion coverage, FashionTV has new uploads EVERY DAY - See it on YouTube first. http://FashionTV.com FashionTV "Fashion TV" FTV Legend Of The Dragon Couture Fashion Show by "Guo Pei" China Beijing Guo Pei "Legend of The Dragon Guo Pei" haute couture Fashion Week Show Runway "Fashion Videos" "Fashion Show" "FTV Models" Fashion TV FashionTV.com FTV.com
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China Institute Fashion Design Competition
 
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The China institute presents 2018 Fashion Design Competition. The China institute launches its first Fashion Design Competition this Saturday. The competition supports emerging designers and promotes creativity inspired by China's culture.
Up To Date-Chinese Fashion Designers
 
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Chinese fashion industry is in its infancy and Chinese began to perceive the sense of brand since 1990s. Therefore, Chinese fashion designer is an emerging profession in China. This documentary aims to introduce 'Chinese fashion designer' by different characters in fashion field, respectively presenting from the angles of hybrid culture, styles, marketing and education. It attempts to reveal the challenge for Chinese fashion designers to develop their own styles and brands. It also shows what difficulties in that people become Chinese fashion designer and how this profession gradually goes well. Producer/Sound/Co-editor:Alice Yao Director/Camera/Co-editor: Panyu Pan Interviewees: Cindy Zhang Prof. Barend J.ter Haar Renli Su Lang Nan Music: Dodo Hu Chen Fan Special Thanks: School of Media, Film & Music at University of Sussex CINDY ZHAND RENLI SU DONG LIANG
Views: 377 Alice
Fashion designer Laurence Xu talks about his obsession with work | A China Icons Video
 
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Fashion designer Laurence Xu talks about his obsession with work in an exclusive interview with China Icons. Xu is one of China's most successful fashion designers, designing exquisite pieces for celebrities and princesses. His haute couture collections have wowed the crowds at catwalks across the world, including at Paris Fashion Week. In this interview with China Icons, Laurence talks frankly about his influences, and the differences between Chinese and western design. Most of all he talks about his favourite materials and is obsession with work. Subscribe to China Icons for more interviews with China's movers and shakers.
Views: 3825 China Icons
Meet Rihanna's Met Ball Chinese Dress Designer, Guo Pei | A China Icons Video
 
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Meet GUO PEI - she's the Chinese super-designer you'd never heard of before Rihanna almost broke the internet this week after wearing her jaw-dropping canary yellow cape for the Met Ball. Guo Pei is based in Beijing and is one of China’s most celebrated fashion designers, creating pieces worn by celebrities like Lady Ga Ga and Zhang Ziyi. One of her outfits even made an appearance at the 2008 Olympics. Take a peek inside her studio and clothing stores with China Icons. Here, Guo Pei reveals what makes her possibly fastest designer in the world, what inspires her unique pieces and why she never dreamt she’d see international super-stars like Rihanna wearing her work. Click the China Icons logo to subscribe to our channel! Join in the conversation on our Facebook site https://www.facebook.com/ChinaIcons Get the latest news as it happens from our Twitter page https://twitter.com/chinaicons We're also on Instagram! Follow us for exclusive behind-the-scenes photography and more. https://www.instagram.com/china_icons
Views: 13312 China Icons
Beijing Fake Market Spree!
 
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Today I am back in Beijing, China bargaining at the silk market for all the top brands! Brands such as Supreme, Dolce & Gabbana, Balenciaga, Jordan, Moncler and much more! So come along and let's kill it! _ ♥Support the Hustle! ✔PATREON: Collin Abroadcast (Love you guys, thanks!) https://www.patreon.com/CollinAbroadcast ✔INSTAGRAM: collinabroadcast https://instagram.com/collinabroadcast/ ✔SNAPCHAT: rockafur https://snapchat.com/add/rockafur ✔TWITTER: @CollinSphere https://twitter.com/CollinSphere ✔FACEBOOK: Collin Abroadcast https://www.facebook.com/CollinAbroadcast/ _ Gear Used: ∙Camera∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/kFb1T2 ∙Wide Angle Lens∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/Z8ht8F ∙Zoom Lens∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/ZvC81V ∙Stabilizer∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/sXN4DL ∙Microphone∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/ZhKupr ∙Audio Recorder∙∙∙∙∙ https://goo.gl/yG4CDM A lot of people ask what I use to film so I decided to list them all here. If you decide to get something, you can use these links if you like and it'll support the channel a little bit. __ Always use Airbnb! www.airbnb.com/c/collinr216 __ ► Previous video: Vietnam Fake Market Bonanza! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wVdqAyQU1I Shanghai Bargain Market JACKPOT! https://youtu.be/x5R2xj0c_1o Shanghai Underground Market Haul! https://youtu.be/0ZvIWbTpeKc Shenzhen Knockoff Market Spree! https://youtu.be/4pqLP43mWZg Fake Yeezy Store in China! https://youtu.be/KK8pvptAA6Q Shenzhen Imitation Market Haul! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlDZR... Shenzhen Black Market Gold Mine! (Part 1) https://youtu.be/Qrc0kN7OCRE This Apartment is Only $500 in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szGyy... Counterfeit Market Bargaining Challenge | US vs UK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA0Nl... China Fake Night Market Adventure! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WRCdO... Shanghai Imitation Market Bonanza! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pk8Hz... -Shanghai Fake Replica Market Spree! https://youtu.be/9EvoW4QjCzI -Why are Hostel World's Directions Such S***?|https://youtu.be/2eoUHlDYAxw -BREAKING INTO a London Ghost Town in China https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WcPr... -China's Futuristic Malls Placed in Dystopian Looking Cities https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWbKs... - $250 vs $500 Chinese Apartments https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bjqMR... - The TIME of our LIVES in Thailand's Hidden Backpacking Paradise! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gmjF5... - I Have a Score to Settle with Hong Kong https://youtu.be/FJpYnVyAFDo - Exploring Shanghai's TOP 4 Tourist Attractions https://youtu.be/-4jTxOdfMhQ -INSIDE China's Italian Ghost Town https://youtu.be/E8TbOPzpeKc - Shanghai Knockoff Market Adventure! https://youtu.be/I1FhSCKOfhg -Crazy Bargaining in Shanghai's Fake Markets https://youtu.be/XlLIPD6Ujdc - It's More Fun in the Philippines! | Manila's Daranak Falls https://youtu.be/hO2dyAGHxF4 - A DAY IN SHANGHAI https://youtu.be/lDuLjC6uT6o -LOST ON YELLOW MOUNTAIN- https://youtu.be/UJ0eqoZis9s -SHANGHAI'S COUNTERFEIT MARKET https://youtu.be/b85qNMhZz6Y -WHAT CHINESE STUDENTS THINK OF AMERICANS https://youtu.be/j3cwaad6-6s -TEACHER AND STUDENT RELATIONS https://youtu.be/QNbyodv4jls -EXPERIENCE MY CLASS! I take you through a typical day teaching English! https://youtu.be/oHArk6UTMhc
Views: 18197273 Collin Abroadcast
Liu Yong: Chinese fashion designers should showcase their work to the world
 
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This year’s New York Fashion Week featured many Chinese fashion designers. I spoke with Liu Yong, who created the brand DaKun, and asked where he draws his inspiration.
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Designer at China Fashion Week Thinking Green
 
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China's Fashion Week kicked off in Beijing on Tuesday. This late autumn to mid-winter lineup looks pretty icy cold. Yuan Bing's "Geometric Ice Crystals" line is made for the cold and snowy days of winter. But his work is starting to get a little tinge of green in it. Bing is combining high fashion with concern for the environment. He says he takes into account the resources that are used to make his fabrics. [Yuan Bing, Chinese Fashion Designer] "We made the clothes with few denim fabric because jeans need a large amount of dye and washing water, which pollute the environment. We took environmental protection into consideration while choosing the fabrics. Yuan makes another statement as he rides his bicycle out on the runway. In a city that has become famous for its smog, Yuan wants the fashion world to know that two wheels are better than four. China's fashion week in Beijing started on Sunday and will run till March 30th. Subscribe to NTDonChina ☛ http://www.youtube.com/NTDonChina For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.tv Follow us on Twitter ☛ http://twitter.com/NTDTelevision Add us on Facebook ☛ http://on.fb.me/s5KV2C
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China Fashion Week Opens With Majority of Designers Being First Timers
 
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Nearly 100 designers from China and abroad will display their works at China Fashion Week (A/W 2017/2018), with 60 percent of designers being first-time China Fashion Week participants. The first show presented the designing and practicability of autumn and winter fashionable dresses. According to the designer, the dresses feel more comfortable being made of silk, cotton, fiber, or wool, and show more of a sense of design with the application of various colors, including blacks, whites, camel, greens and reds. "The sense of design, including the application of materials and colors, as well as the whole designing style, fully displays the growth of self-owned brands," said Zhang Qinghui, president of China Fashion Association. As one of the most important stages of Chinese fashion, China Fashion week serves as a promotional platform for self-owned brands. "There will be more Chinese fashion designs presented at China Fashion Week, and that will tell their original fashion stories to consumers of China and the world," said Zhang Huaming, vice-president of China Fashion Association. The fashion week opened on Saturday in Beijing, and 2017 marks its 20th anniversary. http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170326/8046299.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
A Chinese designer in London: East meets West at fashion week
 
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Chinese brands accounted for one tenth of all foreign brands at this year's London Fashion Week, which ran from February 17 to 21. Chinese designers have worked hard to gain a foothold in London's fashion industry, which inspires many stylists. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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China Fashion Week: Modern Chinese designs 'shine' on world stage
 
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Traditional patterns on porcelain, embroideries, bright colors, silver decorations…Those are all typical elements favored by Chinese fashion designers. But for Zhao Huizhou, the inspirations of fashion are beyond that. Subscribe to us on YouTube: https://goo.gl/lP12gA Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS): https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download our APP on Google Play (Android): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Website: https://www.cgtn.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaGlobalTVNetwork/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cgtn/?hl=zh-cn Twitter: https://twitter.com/CGTNOfficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/CGTNOfficial/ Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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The Fashion Family Every Young Designer Wants to Join
 
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Fashion East, the legendary London-based non-profit mentorship scheme, has quietly disrupted the London Fashion Week schedule for the last 17 years. Carefully selected by a panel with razor sharp fashion sensibilities, six rising designers get the opportunity to be sponsored, mentored and guided by the team; from the classroom all the way to the catwalk, and beyond. In the first episode of i-D’s latest documentary, we get to know Fashion East’s founder and director, Lulu Kennedy, and the elusive team behind the runway, who together have steered the careers of Gareth Pugh, Craig Green, Wales Bonner, Henry Holland, Martine Rose, Kim Jones, Charles Jeffrey, Matty Bovan and JW Anderson, amongst a myriad of other unique quintessentially British designers, all from an attic at the top of a winding staircase at their East London HQ. We’re introduced to current designers including A Sai Ta and his nomadic-influenced ‘global aesthetic,’ derived from a Western perception of his Chinese-Vietnamese heritage, and fashion pranksters Rottingdean Bazaar, who drop in on a seaside Zumba class in their hometown on the south coast. Elsewhere, at the Royal Albert Hall, the 2017 Fashion Awards are looming, and Fashion East alumni are nominated in the star-studded line-up. Join us as we witness a season within Fashion East, the scheme that put young London fashion on the map. Director Tom Ivin Producer Declan Higgins Shooting Assistant Producer Kez Coo Global Executive Producer Eloise King Editor Isolde Penwarden Additional Editor Paul Frankl Colourist Benjamin Rozario Dubbing Mixer Matt Cheney, Ben Sims Production Manager Lauran Clark Production Coordinator Rosa Harris Edmonds Post Production Manager Tom Lynch Post Production Coordinator Regina Lemaire-Costa Director of Licensing Cristina Lombardo Senior Music Supervisor, EMEA Alex Benge Music Supervisor Bonnie Reilly Senior Designer Rebecca Boyd-Wallis Designer Kristina Britton Production Accountant David Gray Equipment Manager Henry Cotsford Equipment Assistant Jamie Gettings Post Tech Supervisor Dominic Brouard Senior VP Production, UK Bree Horn Head of Post Production Daniel Elias Channel Manager, UK Jordan Joseph ASAI Fashion Film - A Sai Ta Cast Georgia and Lin Yap at Storm. Tamara at Models 1. BMX Bikers Dini Kennedy, Veslie Collins Camera Kez Coo Associate Producer Kate Villevoye Fashion Editor Bojana Kozarevic Styling Aika Moshita Styling Assistant Hannah Hetherington Hair Ryuta Saiga Hair Assistant Cayla Jeongmi Kim Make-up Thom Walker at Art + Commerce Make-up Assistant Lindsay Low Nail Technician Sylvie Macmillan Casting Mischa Notcutt at 11casting Location Old Street Chinese Restaurant All clothing ASAI Rottingdean Bazaar Fashion Film - James Theseus Buck and Luke Brooks Cast Helen Ford. Luke Fairhead. Nina Capildeo. Romalie Ford. Ruth Nathan. Sarah Bibb. Sarah Little. Stephanie Sheppard. Tatiana Capildeo Camera Tom Ivin, Kez Coo Styling, all clothing Rottingdean Bazaar Location Rottingdean Terraces Music "Head Underwater"“Floating” “Lunacar” “Steps” “Bitte” “Hotter” “Shoes” “Non Stop” “Falling” “Stomp” Written and performed by James Jacob aka Jakwob Courtesy of Sony ATV Archival video courtesy of Fashion East, BFC, Sharna Osbourne, InDigital Special Thanks Fashion East, The Truman Brewery, Sophie Jewes at Starworks Group, Naoki Watanabe and Sam Wilson at Karla Otto Follow i-D: YouTube http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-iD Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/i_D Twitter https://twitter.com/i_D Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/iDmagazineofficial Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/i_D Tumblr: http://i-donline.tumblr.com/ Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/i-d-online-1 More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideos
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Los Angeles Fashion designers talk how to find a clothing manufacturer and buying bottles and cars
 
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Fashion designers talk about how they found a manufacturer to make their clothes. How to find a clothing manufacturer. Other videos from Gentry Garb talk about traveling the world, designing clothes and how to run a business. Big Sean Bounce Back.
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Young fashion designers make their mark in Beijing
 
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China's newly rich have a penchant for expensive designer clothes and western brands. But they are now looking for something different, to show they have taste and style. This evolution in consumer habits - wanting to buy what looks good, not just what is expensive -- has helped a group of independent fashion designers make their mark. Duration: 01:51.
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Fashion designer Alexander Wang on his China ambitions
 
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After publicly pulling out of New York Fashion Week, Alexander Wang, the famed Chinese-American fashion designer born in Los Angeles, showed his first Spring / Summer 2019 resort collection on June 3 at New York’s Pier 17. He said the show, which featured several Chinese models, including supermodel Liu Wen 刘雯, was to honor his Chinese heritage.
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Chinese Designer Guo Pei Presents Fashion Show During Paris Haute Couture Week
 
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Chinese fashion designer Guo Pei brought her latest creation to the Paris Haute Couture Week Spring/Summer 2017 on Wednesday in the French capital. Under the theme of 'legend', Guo's fashion show culminated in the appearance of legendary 85-year-old American supermodel Carmen Dell'Orefice. "We started to know the world from the legends of the past. From this show, I want to interpret that what we do today might be legends in future," said Guo. Guo used complicated embroidery with traditional Chinese craftsmanship to render the Gothic architecture in her gowns, expressing a Chinese designer's imagination about classic western civilization. "I'm excited that she is able to interpret so much of European culture and history from a perspective that is so fresh, and just decadent as well and gorgeous," said an audience member. Guo is the first Asian fashion designer to be invited by the Paris Haute Couture Week. The Spring/Summer 2017 show was the third time that she has attended the Paris event. "As a Chinese designer, Guo has made great achievements on the international stage. We are proud of her," said a Chinese audience member attending the show. Guo's portfolio has presented a new look of Chinese contemporary fashion design which has won her recognition from industry experts. "I'm very happy for her, and for China in general, to be discovered as a real designer, not only a country with fabrics, not only [known for] making fashion. You have great talents and Guo Pei is the first one," said Nicolas Gregorieff, editor-in-chief from OFN TV in Dubai. "Many foreigners told me that it was my work that helped them see different Chinese fashion. I think this is China's soft power," said Guo. More on: http://www.cctvplus.com/news/20170127/8041759.shtml#!language=1 Subscribe us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/CCTVPlus CCTV+ official website: http://www.cctvplus.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/cctv-news-content Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NewsContent.CCTVPLUS Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTV_Plus
Views: 17302 CCTV Video News Agency
Jianhua Zhao discusses Chinese fashion designers
 
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CGTN's Elaine Reyes talks with Jianhua Zhao of University of Louisville about Chinese fashion designers at New York Fashion Week.
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Tradition gets trending at China Fashion Week
 
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The 17th China Fashion Week kicked off in Beijing with designers blending traditional Chinese attires with modern fashion. Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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China Fashion Designer Top Awards 2013 in Beijing | FashionTV
 
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China Fashion Designer Top Awards 2013 in Beijing http://www.FashionTV.com/videos BEIJING - FashionTV highlights the China Fashion Designer Top Award Winners collections during Mercedes-Benz China Fashion Week in Beijing. Gorgeous gowns with extra fabric and intricate beading make up the runways along with architecturally shaped daywear and print dresses. Fashion - Spring Water, for Babies to Billionaires http://www.fashionwater.com/ CHANNEL http://youtube.com/FashionTV FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/FTV TWITTER http://twitter.com/FashionTV FashionTV's YouTube network features coverage of fashion shows, fashion week, runway highlights, front row celebs, backstage, hair and makeup, models, designers, photo shoots, red carpets at the biggest events in Hollywood, and much more. The total source for worldwide fashion coverage, FashionTV has new uploads EVERY DAY - See it on YouTube first. http://FashionTV.com FashionTV "Fashion TV" FTV China Fashion Designer Top Awards 2013 Beijing "Fashion Videos" "Fashion Show" "FTV Models" Fashion TV FashionTV.com FTV.com
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Focus on Designers: Xie Feng | Mercedes Benz Fashion Week China | FashionTV
 
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Focus on Designers: Xie Feng | Mercedes Benz Fashion Week China http://wwww.FashionTV.com/videos BEIJING - Fashion designer Xie Feng presents his most recent Samsara Fall/Winter 2013 collection at the Mercedes Benz China Fashion Week. Watch the designer prepare for his show as he has his makeup fixed, talks with the models, and shows off the clothing of the collection before the show. CHANNEL http://youtube.com/FashionTV FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/FTV TWITTER http://twitter.com/FashionTV FashionTV's YouTube network features coverage of fashion shows, fashion week, runway highlights, front row celebs, backstage, hair and makeup, models, designers, photo shoots, red carpets at the biggest events in Hollywood, and much more. The total source for worldwide fashion coverage, FashionTV has new uploads EVERY DAY - See it on YouTube first. http://FashionTV.com FashionTV "Fashion TV" FTV "Focus on Designers" "Xie Feng" "Mercedes Benz Fashion Week" China "Fashion Week" "Mercedes Benz" FashionTV Fashion TV FashionTV.com FTV.com
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The 7th Participating China Fashion Week Beijing China
 
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The 7th Participating China Fashion Week,and win the China top 10 fashion designers prize
China Clothing Designers and Fashion Brands
 
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China Clothing Designers and Fashion Brands. http://asiafashionclothing.com/fashion/asia/china/. China Smart Clothing and Modern Fashion. Chinese Clothes, Apparel Brands & Designers Online. Learn about the fashion, apparel & textile industry in Beijing.
CENTRESTAGE 2018 – Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers' Contest 2018 (Full version)
 
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The Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest 2018 (YDC), which has been a cradle for local design talents, was held on 8 September as the finale of CENTRESTAGE. 16 shortlisted designers competed for the top three awards. Related links: CENTRESTAGE https://centrestage.com.hk/ FASHIONALLY http://www.fashionally.com/ Hong Kong Trade Development Council http://www.hktdc.com/
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“CHINA COOL” AT 2018 NEW YORK FASHION WEEK
 
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Monday, 10 September 2018 - Chinese fashion designers are making their way onto the world stage thanks to Tmall, China’s premier online shopping destination, as they showcased local designers under the “Tmall China Day” banner at New York Fashion Week (NYFW) with “China Cool.” The show was part of Tmall’s efforts to cultivate homegrown fashion talent and the growing creative culture in China, creating a new meaning for the term “Made in China” and promoting the trend of “Designed in China.” The initiative aims to help Chinese brands expand globally, through designer-buyer matchmaking, e-commerce collaborations and showcases at fashion week events. CHINA COOL: “China Cool” was a celebration of the shift China is making from a manufacturing powerhouse, to a design and creativity powerhouse. Tmall presented these up-and-coming brands because they believe they are on the leading edge of what Chinese consumers, and increasingly global consumers, will want in the near future. CHINA FASHION BY THE NUMBERS: According to Tmall, the first China Day brands who participated in the February New York Fashion Week Menswear show reported sales gains following the event. Chinese designer Cheng Peng said it has doubled its global retail channels to more than 80 outlets, among which North American retailers have increased orders by more than 50%. Popular streetwear label Peace Bird and CLOT, founded by Hong Kong entrepreneur Kevin Poon and actor-musician Edison Chen, say their runway show prompted various collaboration invitations from Chinese and international fashion circles. Chinese sportswear giant Li Ning saw its stock soar by 50% in a single month after February China Day. FEATURED DESIGN COLLECTION “Unlimited” by JNBY Founded in 1994 by a team of 12 art and design students, the Chinese fashion brand JNBY initially got its inspiration from the look of club kids in the late 1980s and 90s. Espousing a modern DIY aesthetic, the brand aimed to make convertible clothes that would allow its wearers to interpret them per their personal style. The clothes soon developed a strong fanbase. JNBY operates over 700 stores around the world with the Seattle, WA (USA) store being the first official expansion of JNBY in the USA.
New Chinese designers bring traditional elements into world's fashion scene
 
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A new batch of Chinese fashion designers are making their mark on the world’s fashion scene, including designer like Masha Ma, Guo Pei and Wang Tao.
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NY Fashion Week: Chinese designer weaves music into fashion
 
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Chinese fashion brand Taoray Wang releases its Spring Summer 2018 “Shanghai Baroque” at New York Fashion Week on Sept. 9. The collection is inspired by the Shanghai International Music Festival. Tao Wang has embraced the ornate details of the baroque balanced with the sophisticated tailoring that is the signature house style.
Views: 1102 New China TV
Chinese fashion designer Wang Tao releases "Enlightenment Empress" collection in New York
 
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Chinese fashion designer Wang Tao releases her latest collection of “Enlightenment Empress” at New York Fashion Week on Saturday. Produced by the namesake design house Taoray Wang, the collection was inspired by Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, who mixed feminine elements into military uniform. Through her creation, Wang Tao tries to encourage female leaders to be confident of displaying their feminine charm in career.
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Hello from China's Top Fashion Designer Guo Pei - #DigitalFashionWeek Singapore 2012 Teaser
 
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Digital Fashion Week is Asia’s highest profile designer showcases, takes place once a year in Singapore and Bangkok in October/November and is the only fashion event that promotes the best young fashion designers through physical events and digital platform in Asia. Since 2012, Digital Fashion Week has supported more than 50 local fashion designers and has welcomed notable names in the global fashion industry include Naomi Campbell, Patricia Field, Guo Pei, Andrej Pejic, Holly Fulton, Jaime Perlman (British Vogue), Sophie Sumner (winner of Britain and America’s Next Top Model), Jessica Amornkuldilok (winner of Asia’s Next Top Model) and Devyn Abdullah (winner of The Face). Digital Fashion Week is owned and organised by DFW Creative, Singapore’s leading marketing agency. Official Hashtag: #DigitalFashionWeek Website: www.DigitalFashionWeek.com Google+: plus.google.com/+DigitalFashionWeek Facebook: www.facebook.com/DigitalFashionWeek Twitter: www.twitter.com/DigitalFashWeek Youtube: www.youtube.com/DigitalFashionWeek Instagram: www.instagram.com/DigitalFashionWeek Iphone App: http://bit.ly/1wo9x2I
Views: 2208 Digital Fashion Week
Young Chinese fashion designer shows imaginative collection in London
 
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On 20 August, Chinese Fashion designer Xu Rui from the Central Academy of Fine Arts held her press conference for her first fashion art exhibition in London - "from the mysterious to the blind".
Views: 224 New China TV
Fashion Council WA x Curtin University | China Graduate Fashion Week
 
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Fashion Council WA collaborated with Curtin University to take seven of their Gradute Designers to Beijing, to showcase their designs at China Graduate Fashion Week in May. Designers included Naomi Halls, Christy Law, Sarah Mah, Jasmine Nielsen, Adellen Pasquale, Emma Watson and Sophie Watson. A big thank you to China Fashion Association.
NE TIGER kicks off China Fashion Week in Beijing
 
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(29 Oct 2017) NE TIGER KICKS OFF CHINA FASHION WEEK IN BEIJING Luxury couture brand NE TIGER kicked off China Fashion Week in Beijing Sunday (29 OCT. 2017). The show took place in the Banqueting Hall of the Beijing Hotel. The collection featured floor-length silk and chiffon gowns with complex embroidery and lace detail, blending styles of Western haute couture with Eastern sensibilities. Metallic silver, gold and copper were much in evidence, along with scarlet and regal purple. Founder and artistic director of NE TIGER Zhang Zhifeng was nicknamed 'Little Tiger' as a child. He created the luxury brand in 1982 to produce "noble, elegant and sexy" designs, and to be a "defender and inheritor of Chinese clothing culture." Celebrity fans of the brand include Gong Li, Andie MacDowell, Zhang Ziyi and Fan Bingbing. China Fashion Week was established in 1997, and is held twice a year in Beijing. The event has become a high-profile platform for fashion design, ready-to-wear, accessories, styling and other new designs and technologies in China. The event, which runs until 7 November 2017, features local brands and designers displaying their 2018 spring/summer collections. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e149502ecf8fb4866dc00733289d416b Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 957 AP Archive
NY Fashion Week: Designers Eye China's Luxury Market
 
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As New York Fashion Week hits the runway, CCTV's Shraysi Tandon reports that designers have set their sights on China's fast-growing luxury market. Subscribe to BizAsiaAmerica: http://goo.gl/FMKaBj Follow CCTV America: Twitter: http://bit.ly/15oqHSy Facebook: http://on.fb.me/172VKne »» Watch CCTV America 7:00pm -- 9:00pm EST daily «« Washington, DC (and greater area) • MHz - Channel 3 • COMCAST (Xfinity) - Channel 273 • FiOS (Verizon) - Channel 277 New York City • Time Warner - Channel 134 • FiOS (Verizon) - Channel 277 Los Angeles • Charter Cable - Channel 562 • Time Warner - Channel 155 Satellite Nationwide • DISH TV - Channel 279
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CHINA: JAPANESE FASHION DESIGNER JUNKO KOSHINO COLLECTION
 
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Jap/Mandarin/Nat Top Japanese fashion designer Junko Koshino has celebrated her 10th year of fashion in China with a presentation of her latest collections in Beijing. An increasing number of top industry names has been trying to take on the difficult Chinese market, which offers a welcome and lucrative change from Europe. Japan's Junko Koshino has claimed the Chinese catwalks as her own. Soft tones, contrasting textures, bold ideas have become her trade mark. Koshino's latest presentation in Beijing was not only a cross-section from her collections for the next four seasons, but it also was a celebration. Ten years ago, when she was considered only a second rate designer in Japan, she held her first revolutionary fashion show in Beijing. It was revolutionary because at the time China was still dressed in Mao suits and haute couture was an alien term to the average resident. Koshino launched a boutique in Beijing, the first Japanese designer to do so. But after only one year she was forced to close because of lack of trade and because her prices were too high for most of her Chinese customers. Things have taken a turn for the better though. 10 years after she first launched her line in China, the standard of living is rising and the country has seen the emergence of a middle class, willing to pay for haute couture. And Koshino has decided to come back for a second try. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) "This is not the matter to sell clothes in Paris or in China, I am selling my creation already in Paris in my shop Avenue Montaigne. It's impossible today to ignore Chinese people, one point two (b) billion, and the Chinese market. Now the times have changed, and these people also can buy fashion. For me it's a new concept, designing clothes for the Chinese people will also be a new theme for me" SUPER CAPTION: Junko Koshino, Designer Koshino has also decided to start up production in China, using local skills and materials. She says it will allow her to drop the cost for the customer. The National Garment Association has been eager to help the Japanese designer. It realised that her designs will benefit the domestic industry. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "The international exchanges in the area of fashion culture are in quick progress today in China. Through these exchanges we can bring some advanced design ideas into China from other countries and it helps also to widen the views of domestic designers." SUPER CAPTION: Dong Bing Gen, General Manager China National Garment Corporation More and more creators are looking at the Asian market for the fresh challenges it poses compared to Europe. Like Koshino, they believe fashion in Europe has become almost a part of everyday life. But China and its people are no ordinary customers - it's not really style they're after but status. Haute couture allows the Chinese to form an identity, showing that in a country where 10 years ago all were dressed as equals, dreams and fantasy can come true. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/fab540100434850f913859bcdef26087 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 45 AP Archive
China Fashion Designers Creation Contest 2014
 
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Showcasing DUMEBI SS15 collection at the China Fashion Designers Creation Contest in Fashion in Shanghai, China
Views: 67 Barbara Biosah
Fairy fashion designer  - China Take - May 02 ,2014 - BONTV China
 
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Go to http://bon.tv/china-take to watch the full episode Tags China, BONTV, news, Fairy fashion designer, Wang Shouying
Views: 660 bontvchina
CHINA: BEIJING: RADICAL CHANGE IN FASHION DESIGNS FOR WOMEN
 
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Mandarin/Nat Not so long ago, women's fashion in China was confined to pigtails and grey Mao suits. All of that is changing, however, as old traditions are being swept aside in the face of a booming Chinese economy. Shops now offer a vast array of fashionable clothes and cosmetics, all catering to women with large amounts of disposable income. The latest fad to hit Beijing is the finishing school, where hundreds of young women are enrolling to learn how to improve their looks as well as their prospects. Until recently, women in China had virtually no access to fashionable clothes and cosmetics. In the old days, clothing other than the grey tunic dress was viewed as immoral and sexist, but not anymore. Western cosmetics are now available in all the department stores and women - who are increasingly conscious of their appearance - are snapping them up. Those wealthy enough spend hundreds of dollars on the latest products imported from Paris or Tokyo. Large sums of money are also spent on going back to school, where women can learn how to apply cosmetics. This is the Institute of Beauty Therapy, Beijing's' equivalent of the French finishing school, where young girls are taught to be cultured young ladies. Here, the only thing that is massaged is the head, not the mind. For it is the students' appearance rather than their learning that is the focus at the Institute. The young women are using one of history's supposedly most beautiful icons - the Mona Lisa - as a guide. Not all the techniques, however, are Western. Traditional Chinese acupressure is used in Western-style facial massages. Then it's back to the classroom for a painting lesson, but this time it's faces, not canvasses. A classroom is set up like a beauty parlour where students take turns painting each other's faces. It might seem easier than academic lessons, but beauty does not come cheap. Students pay more than two thousand U-S dollars to learn various skills including hairdressing. The Institute's Founder and Director believes increased wealth is behind the boom in the beauty business. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "As a result of rising living standards, people, especially women, are spending more time and money on improving their looks. Therefore I believe that as China is progressing to a richer society, the beauty business has a bright future." SUPERCAPTION: Zhang Chunyan, Founder and Director of the Institute Weight control and graceful movement are also part of the curriculum, and are taught through ballet classes. Despite the cold weather, the girls put on their purple leggings and leotards to practise their moves to Western-style music. Instilling a desire to create things of beauty isn't limited to cosmetics. The girls are also taught to appreciate the finer things in life. For instance, being able to sketch is seen as an important cultural skill. And those who say beauty is only skin deep should think again. SOUNDBITE: (Mandarin) "People often have a one-sided approach to the concept of beauty, which they consider as only the face. I think beauty comes from the depth of one's heart, and real beauty requires both high basic qualities and a nice outlook." SUPERCAPTION: WU Hongye, Student, 21 years old The Institute is just one example of the current boom in fashion and cosmetics. On every street corner there are Western fashion magazines for sale. One thing is for certain: Chinese women no longer want to be left behind in the fashion stakes. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/3ea612b26ec59e3eeed52711efb2cac6 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 580 AP Archive

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