Laoganma sweatshirt? Yunnan Baiyao hoodie? Chinese fashion brands materialized them in the NYFW China Day. There were chic sweatshirts, sport jackets and leisure tracksuits. The fashion brands played with traditional patterns and collaborated with time-honored Chinese brands.
Tmall’s “New China Fashion Era” partnered with China Pop-up Market at Opening Ceremony.
No.2 Angel Chen
This season, Angel Chen takes inspiration from Mistress Ching, a pirate during the Qing Dynasty. The collection incorporates traditional Chinese references and sea cultures, tapping into a pirate spirit.
Vivo joined force with Angel Chen for a creative show. The technical elements of Vivo X23 were infused into the S/S 19 collection, bringing a visual feast.
Inspired by the light sensitive aesthetic of Vivo X23, fluorescent green appears on fashion clothes to reflect a rebellious style.
Purple is an auspicious color in China. Patterns against purple bases. The dark graphics mimic Chinese landscape paintings or tattoos of pirates.
The famous fashion retailer Opening Ceremony partnered with Tmall for a China Day pop-up store. From Summer Palace, Shanghai VIVE, Yunnan Baiyao to Onecup, the time-honored Chinese brands shone out in New York.
Chinese dragons and corsairs are decorated on garments in the form of treasure map. Dragons are dancing, colorful and brilliant.