HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

For a urban transitionally from a warm summery spring wintery look, soft sheerness light teals ivory  whites pastel with a dash of copperness in which those colours can play a part in coolness also warmth in the summery humid heat also as to wintery autumn in which colours that gives a sense of Autumn warmth, with light sheerness chiffon silks, in which are lighter with breathable fabrics that allow for the also the colours with mint pastels can give the illusion of coolness during the summery afternoons morning towards the evenings where more warm floral pastels …. Have the abilities to absorb the sunlight warmth for the evenings rather than deflecting heat for coolness…  in which whites have the abilities to operate as accessories towards a canvas…  in which a bamboo lotus embroidery silk fan provides the accessories for fanning cool air ….

Images are from Weibo photographer blogger – 陈喜悦耶

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

For a urban transitionally from a warm summery spring wintery look, soft sheerness bold reds whites pastel in which those colours can play a part in coolness in the summery humid heat in which colours that gives a sense of Autumn warmth, with light sheerness chiffon silks, in which are lighter with breathable fabrics that allow for the also the colours with mint pastels can give the illusion of coolness during the summery afternoons morning towards the evenings where more warm floral pastels …. Have the abilities to absorb the sunlight warmth for the evenings rather than deflecting heat for coolness…  in which whites have the abilities to operate as accessories towards a canvas…

Images are from Weibo photographer blogger –北方有南木

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

 

For a urban transitionally from a warm summery spring wintery look, soft sheerness bold reds whites pastel in which those colours can play a part in coolness in the summery humid heat in which colours that gives a sense of Autumn warmth, with light sheerness chiffon silks, in which are lighter with breathable fabrics that allow for the also the colours with mint pastels can give the illusion of coolness during the summery afternoons morning towards the evenings where more warm floral pastels …. Have the abilities to absorb the sunlight warmth for the evenings rather than deflecting heat for coolness…  in which whites have the abilities to operate as accessories towards a canvas…

Credit Images are from Weibo photographer blogger – 竹大宝Chiki

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

For a urban transitionally from a warm summery spring wintery look, soft sheerness dark ink blues whites pastel in which those colours can play a part in coolness in the summery humid heat, with light sheerness chiffon silks, in which are lighter with breathable fabrics that allow for the also the colours with mint pastels can give the illusion of coolness during the summery afternoons morning towards the evenings where more warm floral pastels …. Have the abilities to absorb the sunlight warmth for the evenings rather than deflecting heat for coolness…  in which whites have the abilities to operate as accessories towards a canvas…

Images are from Weibo photographer blogger –六十七

 

In 2019 Winter November,  Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, in which next year 2020 the year of the rat, marking its six hundred years of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing  towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palace seen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger..

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In which during the 30th November 2019, winter has finally arrived in introduction of Snow that Chinese Painting the ancient Chinese Capital landscape within the palace halls golden yellow ceramic  tiles of the Forbidden city in which painting a white snowy pavement fluffiness on the summer season almost six hundred year old pavements of the palace grounds..  making the snowy daytime sky like a white canvas replacing the blue skies..

Imagines credit are from weibo also the Forbidden city –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China..

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

 During the month of in between October November 2019, Taobao among other Han Dynasty clothing fashion stores  sponsors have created a fashion show in celebrating Chinese Traditional Fashion in which celebrated in with the young teenage audiences in resurgences of Traditional Chinese Clothing in between Han Dynasty towards Ming Dynasty in which seeing the evolving changes throughout the dynasties ….

Images and visuals are from Weibo…. 华裳九州

HanFu- Han Dynasty Clothing is making a massive come back in the Asian Chinese communities as youths reliving In recently decades there’s been very much strong revitalisation of Chinese Customary tailoring clothing in which is HanFu- Han Dynasty (221-206 BC) period inspired clothing in which was worn just before the fall of the Ming Dynasty (23 January 1308 to 25 April1644, until a North East Manchurian fashion that have taken over the traditional Han Dynasty fashion in which we known till today that’s the Qipao in which have been fashionable evolving on the same path also…. Like a Qipao, HanFu can be worn every day, as work wear, till as evening wear… It also it comes in various forms as to the nature of activity of the day or night…

For a winter autumn transitionally from a warm summery spring look, soft sheerness pastel colours can play a part in coolness in the summery humid heat, with light sheerness chiffon silks, in which are lighter with breathable fabrics that allow for the also the colours with mint pastels can give the illusion of coolness during the summery afternoons morning towards the evenings where more warm floral pastels …. Have the abilities to absorb the sunlight warmth for the evenings rather than deflecting heat for coolness…  in which whites have the abilities to operate as accessories towards a canvas..

Images are from Weibo photographer blogger –明珠SARA

In 2019 Autumn,  Beijing the Capital of China also the People’s Republic of China, in which next year 2020 the year of the rat, marking its six hundred years of the Forbidden city that marks the transitional point of in between the middle of the Ming Dynasty (1368- 1644) transitionally from Nanjing to Beijing  towards the Qing Dynasty (1636-1644-1911) …. The Imperial Palace seen so many countless seasonally transitional equinoxes but further its six hundred years is iconic, but it’s five hundred ninety nine years it marks it Autumn Equinox…. In which it only took twelve years to build the same of the Daming Palace of The Tang Dynasty Xian Imperial Capital only it was least twenty times larger..

Also celebrating that coming six hundred years of the Ming-Qing Dynasty period Forbidden City, is the introduction of the series of the Children’s books in with introduces the family of cats of living within the walls of the Imperial Palace of guarding the imperial palace … coming out as Children picture books, featuring two stories in which becomes its first set or parent-child picture books in which featuring the “Pong Cat Family” Series introducing “Full Night” and “Ice and Snow”  which introduce the family life and adventures inside of the modern day life of Forbidden City…. Sharing their life with visitors whom visited the palace..

Imagines credit are from the Forbidden city –Imperial Palace –Beijing – China- People’s Republic of China..

It’s been twenty five years, for one of many Chinese fashion innovative Qipao fashion houses in the People’s Republic of China-China in which located in Hong Kong in 1994 by the late David Tang in which currently it expanded towards thirty four stores worldwide… The late David Tang start out to which Shanghai Tang is a Chinese label that set out to rejuvenate Chinese fashion of the 1920s and 1930s. The fundamental design concept is inspired by 1920s Cheongsam combined with the modernity of the 21st century. Shanghai Tang is noted for its use Chinese culture and heritage in their branding efforts in which his Daughter Victoria Tang – Owen now runs the company in her father role as creative Director also co founder of Thirty30 Creative…..

Celebrating those twenty five years returning reuniting to the heritage to the most iconic styles, elements and silhouettes are reintroduced and reinterpreted through refreshing designs with strong modern sensibility…. Shanghai Tang’s ‘Back to the Roots Collection’ women’s ready-to-wear collection incorporates a well-considered mix of fabrics and textures into versatile wardrobe staples ⁠– a trench coat that can be worn in four ways, sumptuous silk jacquard robes that can be dressed up and down, and Qipao’s that double as a long top over jeans — as well as modern essentials in sporty and travel-friendly fabric perfect for everyday wear.

An exclusive ‘chinoiserie toile’ graphic designed to showcase the history of the brand acts as the starting point and key visual for the collection, presented in a warm, earthy palette that depicts a majestic and autumnal mood with notes of nostalgia.

 

Credit images and visuals are from Shanghai Tang

 

QIPAO 旗袍 Cheongsam …. In which historically Shenyang is the birth place of the Qing Dynasty 1636-1912….  In which Qipao is termed for Qing Dynasty Clothing that the Manchu ethnic wore…… in which the Shenyang Palace Museum was an imperial palace towards two Qing Dynasty emperors. During the event it which was an eight day forums, with exhibitions also related workshops illustrating the birth place of the Old Capital of Cheongsam where the Qing Dynasty- Qipao was inspired from…

Before that Shanghai 1930’s Qipao-Cheongsam revolution, the Manchurian Cheongsam was the fashion of choice of the Qing Dynasty (1636-1912)   throughout as it standardized that style during the dynasty… Replacing the previous clothing standard Han Fu – Han Dynasty clothing style, in which also is form fitting towards the women’s silhouette but with a higher degree of freedom of flare of personal, individual style…

In which that individual style comes out in bride and groom’s wedding attire as it reflects that with the A-line in the bride in which red as always been a special colour in which red has always been the colour of luck, also to warn of evil, it is also represented good luck and happiness.. in Chinese Customs in which also embroidery sewn with dragon phoenixes in featuring the double happy character in featuring in pairs… featuring Chinese style Chinese dress is soft silk, is a fine art embroidery, is a delicate stand collar and a buckle, is a simple and elegant straight cut, standing today and touch the dream of the past in which 倒叙中式礼服 will design hand crafted your Qipao wedding Dress in which also your groom to the individual style in which each Qipao wedding dress is  handcrafted with thousands hours of handcrafted embroidered with passion Stunning hand-embroidered wedding dress, you are worthy of you…..

 

Credit Images and visuals 倒叙中式礼服 Chinese Handmade …

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