In Already Tomorrow in Hong Kong, Yi Ming-Oriental located in a new store towards 50A Tung Street, Sheung Wan new store in Sheung Wan in which is located in between Central and Western District…   In which Yi Ming- Grace Choi has always been very innovative in re-engineering re innovating Qipao Cheongsam Dresses…

Featuring for the Autumn wintery collection is also for the Summery Spring Collection in which the her Qipao collection comes in two lengths for the mid length towards long Cheongsam lengthwise featuring inter lacy cratered textures like you seen on the moon on a clear nights with dragon phoenix Imperial Chinese reds, imperial jade teals aqua to pearls whites, navy pinks hues …..

Featuring the autumn wintery collection in which her Qipao-Cheongsam Collection 2019 Autumn Wintery featuring in two lengths with long and mid length… Featuring in warm bold colours in lacy Aqua, Teals, Flora, Polka Dot Mesh, peach, light pastel blues… in with featuring in different types of V-necks collars, with ruffle sleeves….

Intriguing new with a new concept, with warp skirt in creating an evening wear, from wearing the short Cheongsam-Qipao… In which the new collection features of a shoulder jacket cape in warm sheerness with a mandarin collar fasten with jade like button… Featuring new in the collection is a ruffle Cheongsam …

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…  in which also the early Qing Dynasty of Qipao..

Featuring bold soft pastel jade blue whites colours on which suited for Summery Spring season in which absorbing warmth for the night of layers in which, with white’s bold teal jade details among the shoulderings… with a low collar sleekness urbanely in which the bold whites outline creates a sleek dress silhouette….  In which the different layering generates the generous warmth with heavy silks for the evenings, in which during the day breathable ventilated during the day in keeping the wearer warm during the night… Featuring as for urban headwear, with an elegant simplistic elaborate light jade white paste blossom petals drops….. Best to wear light, in case for outings….

Image credit Weibo- Blogger Photographer明珠SARA  

 

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…  in which also the early Qing Dynasty of Qipao..

 

Featuring bold dark colours on blacks in which suited for wintery season in which absorbing warmth, with golden teal jade details among the shouldering… with a low collar sleekness urbanely in which the black outline creates a sleek dress silhouette….  In which the different layering generates the generous warmth with heavy silks…. in which keeping warm with heat during the evening as also heavy silks breathable ventilated during the day in keeping the wearer warm during the night.. Featuring as for urban headwear, with an elegant simplistic elaborate light jade white paste blossom petals drops….. Best to wear light, in case for outings….

Image credit Weibo- Blogger Photographer 摄影师小欣欣 Hanfu clothing store 有香如故

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…  in which also the early Qing Dynasty of Qipao..

Featuring with this feminine elegant urban outdooring summery transitionally from Autumn Wintery towards a spring urban elegant sleekness with a warm summery non collar look in which is suited for a contemporary Han Dynasty- simple Tang Dynasty Autumn Spring Summer wear with light jade pink blossom white top folded skirt also the long sky jade jacket, with floral blossom embroidery with warm jade whites warming colours, in which helps to reflect the heat in which keeping cool.. Summery warmth reflected during the in which helps during warm humid evenings….

 For the transitional Summery Autumn season in which, its best to  wear heavier warm pastel bold colours linen fabrics like heavy silks in which keeping warm with heat during the evening as also heavy silks breathable ventilated during the day in keeping the wearer warm during the night.. Featuring as for urban headwear, with an elegant simplistic elaborate light jade white paste blossom petals drops….. in which for those warm spring summery  looks a traditional Chinese Bamboo umbrella would help to shade the sunlight..

Image credit Weibo- Blogger Photographer 辰风和小景 Hanfu storeHair Accessories 湖上醉歌工作室

 

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…  in which also the early Qing Dynasty of Qipao..

 

Featuring a heavy silk traditional Shenyang Qipao in which gives way towards the Qipao that we know today during Qing Dynasty the adopted fashion look of that dynasty in which transitionally from Han – Ming Dynasty… Featuring a long Jade teal bamboo forest Cheongsam   in which the full length dress featuring the mid high collar for wintery warm also  in which being heavy silk also being semi loose it gives a good sense of ventilation….  As summery comes it best to accessories with a bamboo moon silk sheerness fan…  featuring a good luck collars embroidery

 

Image credit and visuals are from Weibo – HanFu Han Dynasty Clothing – 夏弃疾 Blogger and photographer- 十只喵ww 

 

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..

 

As Autumn Equinox approaches, for the year 2019, it’s also the celebrated seventy years anniversary of the founding of the people’s Republic of China prepares for the Tian ’amen fortress gate for its celebrations that marks it on the 1st of October 2019 in which it celebrated with the largest celebration in seven decades since the founding of the People’s Republic of China  in which was directed by Zhang Yimou– Chinese film maker  whom directed the displays shows of the opening and closing of the Beijing Summer Olympics games  in which this celebration gala for the 70thAnniversary he out did himself  as his masterpiece…

 

Imagines credit are from 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…

In featuring the White Snake Fairy, in which is storytelling of white Snake Fairy in Hangzhou legend in which dates back storytelling in which is related to one of China’s great folktales in which towards other  Lady Meng JiangButterfly Lovers, and The Cowherd and the Weaver Girl .. in which the intial story has been through many variants in the past towards the present but the premise remains the same. In storyline the two women, white and green,  transitioning Bai Suzhen (白素貞) and Xiaoqing (小青)….  In which Bai Suzhen (白素貞)  story tells the romance of Xu Xian and Bai Suzhen, a white snake that transformed into a woman, and is set in the Southern Song Dynasty (1127-1279). However, their cross-species love is suppressed by Fahai, an orthodox monk who tries to drive them apart by using magic… but eventually Bai Suzhen wins against Fahai in which Bai Suzhen is freed from Leifeng Pagoda because her son’s filial piety moved Heaven…

Video Info Original source of New Hanfu  ….

 

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… also hairstyles is the partake of the inspiration of Han Dynasty towards the Ming, Qing Dynasty clothing is the hairstyles depicting the different dynastic periods also it’s hair jewellery pieces of that given era.. “

Visually How to Traditional Chinese Hair Style by Cosplay Queen who does brilliant Chinese traditional hair styles …

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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..

As Autumn Equinox approaches, for the year 2019, it’s also the celebrated seventy years anniversary of the founding of the people’s Republic of China prepares for the Tian ’amen fortress gate for its celebrations that marks it on the 1st of October 2019..

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

“Next year would be the 600th year of the Forbidden City, and to reveal the 600 years of history and secrets of the palace, the 2020 “Calendar of the Forbidden City” is themed around the buildings, cultural relics, people and anecdotes instead of the usual Chinese zodiac animals. More than 8700 rooms in the palace complex are grouped under 10 categories and 365 points are extracted for the compilation of the volume. What is there to see? What’s the wedding ceremony of an emperor like? How did the imperial concubines spend their days? How luxurious is the retirement house of Emperor Qianlong…… in which 2020 is the year of the rat in which marks hard earned leadership ”

In which during the Qing and Ming Dynasty the Imperial Printing house that resides within the Forbidden printed texts, also it printed the imperial household imperial calendars that still printed in still in traditional fashion that you’ll see from China towards in Chinese Households to today… to obtain your Forbidden City Imperial Calendar at your Forbidden City Store..

Credit image and visuals are from The Forbidden City – Beijing – People’s Republic of China. Weibo

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