Madame Figaro China april 2013 issue : Laura Kargulewicz ,Tessa Vander Weyden – models Michelle Du Xuan – photographer Patrycja Matysiak – styling Mike Desircreates – hairstyling Daria Slusarczyk – makeup
Model Tian Yi stars in the dreamy Chris Craymer Vogue China editorial. Lensed in studio, the model plays the part of an earthy goddess as she pulls off doll-like makeup and a wardrobe of feminine garments and accessories. Stylist Ida Wang hand-picks Tian Yi’s wardrobe, dressing her in flowing frocks paired with flower embellishment eyewear accessories. Exuding an ethereal air, Tian Yi is demure and ladylike, posing amidst a botanical backdrop and sporting flower-enriched headpieces. From rich crimsons to punchy […]
NET-A-PORTER’s sales reportedly rose by 55 per cent in the past year, despite making a £27 million loss after investing heavily in the company. A spokesperson for the firm was unable to comment on the news this morning. The luxury online store, helmed by founder and new British Fashion Council chairman Natalie Massenet, spent £22.9 million setting up new automated distribution centres in Britain and in the US, The Mail On Sunday reports. It also opened a new centre in Hong Kong. In March […]
French fashion designer Thierry Gillier has been forced to apologise for saying the new luxury hotel he plans to open in Paris “won’t be open to Chinese tourists” The future location of the Zadig & Voltaire Hotel on Rue de Grenelle. Thierry Gillier, founder of label Zadig and Voltaire, sparked fury on Chinese social networking sites after making the controversial statement in an interview with magazine Women’s Wear Daily.In the original article, he […]
Tommy Crawford, strategic communications manager at Greenpeace, highlights the dangers of the toxic chemicals contained in the clothing we wear and urges action. BEIJING, China — Nobody wants to be a fashion victim. Desperately chasing the ever-elusive ‘cool,’ fashion victims are generally perceived as ‘try-hards,’ those who sport the latest trends and buy into transient fads, regardless of fit or personal style. These so-called victims, slaves to the vagaries of a few, have a soft spot for fast-fashion and designer labels. […]
She’s a designer; actually, without a doubt she is one of the most successful Chinese designers. She studied at the China Textile University of Shanghai and at London’s Central Saint Martins. Before launching her eponymous line Uma Wang, she worked as an assistant for a Chinese brand. Besides designing the shapes, she also creates the threads and fabrics on her own. “As a child, in northern China, I would spend hours watching my father prepare medicines by using different ingredients, almost like […]
For the past few years, all eyes have been on China. Captivated by the country’s rapidly expanding economy, large population and seemingly insatiable appetite for fashion.The attitude of the Chinese people has arrived at a very high point in diversity in terms of fashion design. Chinese people have entered an age of originality reflecting a stronger sense of personality. And in the world of fashion, Chinese elements have stared to influence the global fashion industry.