On April 16, brands from South Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan showcase collections that give a thrilling blend of various cultural concepts. Designers balance between concepts of their own traditional cultures and ideas borrowed from abroad, creating a paradoxical blend.
On the third day of TIS, Boris Provost, director of brand strategy and international development at Who's Next & Premiere Classe, discussed the WHO'S NEXT trade show. The fashion show brings together French and international ready-to-wear collections in five different areas: fame, private, trendy, urban and studio. In addition to the European market, he stressed the importance of the Asian market.
For many, fashion is a gateway into the past, a window into our history. TIS is taking a step back into time, embracing retro style in their latest designs and concepts.
It is always amazing how donning fashion items can easily boost self-esteem. On the runway today, our designers are presenting us with collections of vastly different styles, yet all display an air of self-assurance that is impossible to ignore.
As in years past, TIS this year showcased many feminine products with different styles. "Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself," the iconic fashion designer Coco Chanel told women. Bird's Cambridge blue one-piece dress brings a classy college look with a deliberate cut on the waist. Imitating the greenness of Ali Mountain, +10's adorable socks present an image of a lovely youthful girl.
According to Carine Roitfeld, "Let others have beauty. I've got charisma." Style, as well as charisma, is quite impossible to define. You know it when you see it, and you can't fake it.
With years of experience in the fashion industry, Deborah Peng, general manager of Fablead Consulting, analyzed the current marketing strategy in China, giving some advice to Taiwanese fabric manufacturers interested in expanding in the Chinese market.
A collection of Marilyn Monroe film costumes valued in the millions of dollars goes under the hammer later this year, a California auction house announced on Thursday.
Fred Hayman, the dapper entrepreneur whose vision transformed a nondescript southern California street into one of the world's pre-eminent fashion districts, earning him the sobriquet "Godfather of Rodeo Drive," died Thursday. He was 90.
On the first day of TIS, we saw contradicting, if conflicting, elements fused together by Taiwanese designers of different generations. Starting in the morning, leading female haute couture brand KERAIA slipped us into a dreamy haze under the theme "double joy," ....