Dresses are must-haves for girls in all seasons. This time, designers update dresses with silhouettes, details, materials and techniques. High-waist shirring, vivid ruffle, sheer fabric and splicing personify items.
High-waist looks are frequently seen in this season, teaming with shirring and sheer fabrics to reinforce a sweet style.
Sheer fabrics are applied to hems to lengthen items, emphasizing a vivid aesthetic.
Ruffles are widely used on dresses in this season, appearing on the shoulder, bodice, sleeve or pocket. Considered or exaggerated design underlines a three-dimensional effect.
Color blocks and mixed materials bring visual interest, resulting in bold and creative dresses.
CHAU·RISING, an emerging original designer brand, released the A/W 19 collection with the theme of Uncompleted Puberty- Comeback. The resurged vintage trend is the antidote to the fast-paced lifestyle. Wools are soft and skin-friendly, providing a calming effect. The color is rich, and fluorescer is avoided. Premium fine white wools are dyed. Each color needs to be tested for 3 to 4 months for the perfect effect which is harmless and skin-friendly.
Bright colors, destroyed designs and exaggerated methods show the rebellious, sorry and expanding emotions in puberty. Contrasting trims, athleisure side seams stand out. The irregularly spliced skirt has two dressing ways.
The recreational spirit of the 1980s, night clubs and unisex culture all provide inspiration for the punk and athleisure style. Colorful straps are vibrant and rebellious. Different lengths provide youthfulness and vibrancy to knitwear.
CHAU·RISING’s wools come from Alxa in Inner Mongolia, one of quality wool-produced areas globally. CHAU·RISING insists using high-class white wools with the fineness degree of below 15.5 um and the length of over 36 mm. Contrasting splicing and cable texture create a fluid effect.
CHAU·RISING chooses the currently popular animal skins for A/W 19. Color blocking, splicing add interest. Contrast trims are in line wit the athleisure and active style.
Energetic letters made of a variety of yarns are favored by CHAU·RISING. Embroidery, jacquards and hand scrawls are applied to flat knitwear. The all-over pattern renews jacquard. The detachable sleeve makes a statement.
Marine Serre is a namesake designer brand. Every item is one of a kind. Recycled materials are used to offer a new aesthetic, blurring the boundaries between ready-to-wear apparel, haute couture clothes, tailoring and sportswear.
Worn tees, second-hand scarves, curtains, bed sheets, blanket and even diving suits can used again. Bold color combinations and creative details are directional and sustainable.
Bold technical fabrics are paired with utility sportswear to add a futuristic feel.
Collections after terrorist attacks in Paris feature post-apocalyptic patterns. Tight sets, jumpsuits and half-finished cartoon patterns are incorporated with “Futurewear”.
The French delicate classic top for Unheilig’s 2010/11 show tour is updated with crescent prints, stretch jersey sleeves and supporting sides. Structural cuts are used for daily dressing.
Chinese opera faces are used for print to show the unconventional aesthetic.
Skirts are romantic and interesting in summer. The classic silhouettes and details provide inspiration for S/S 2020.
The retro and luxurious style makes a comeback. Opulent decorations such as sequins, rhinestones and pearls on the skirt add a luxurious feel.
Contrasting colors and materials add depth. Different lengths make a high-low effect.
Shirring at the side of skirts adjusts the length of splits. Gathering adds depth.
Panelling on the skirt makes a two-piece effect. The combo of two skirts or the mixing of the sweatshirt and skirt bring newness.
Frills are romantic, girly and feminine. Different colors of frills add interest.
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