HAN Media on September 11 presented New York Fashion Week’s kooky-quirk-fashion-loving audiences with a China Fashion Collective catwalk featuring the works of four emerging Chinese designer labels at Pier 59 Studios. LO-LI-TA: The new “Made in China” vision.
Temper Magazine presents the frivolous and fashionable rolled into one struttingly fantasmo NYFW “Made in China” Lolita display – not cos-play.
China Fashion Collective is a new talent platform created by Manhattan-based communications firm HAN Media, which selects innovative emerging Chinese fashion designers to show during New York Fashion Week (NYFW). China Fashion Collective shows bring together New York’s crème de la crème from various industries to celebrate the selected labels, all the while supporting them with everything from brand positioning to show production and PR. On day four of this year’s S/S17 New York Fashion Week, Lolita stole the show-lights and FROW-hearts.
HAN Media on September 11 presented a China Fashion Collective runway show initiative featuring the works of four emerging Chinese designer labels at Pier 59 Studios. In total, the brands presented some 50 looks from their S/S17 collections, putting their unique spin on the “Lolita” (hashtag #lolita装扮# on Chinese social media). This NYFW show’s labels running the show were Souffle Song, Krad Lanrete, Lolitimes and BMOST. Temper Deputy Editor du New York minute Daisy Sun did this website the honor of VIP-style attending and capturing the frivolous and fashionable rolled into one struttingly fantasmo “Made in China” Lolita display – not cos-play. Let’s start the show!
HAN媒体公司9月11日在纽约的Pier 59 工作室提出了中国时尚集体的时装秀.总体而言,四位品牌提出了50种S/S17 looks,一直都表述对“洛丽塔”独特的看法(微博上只要查#lolita装扮#).这场纽约时装周的标签包括了Souffle Song, Krad Lanrete, Lolitimes and BMOST.Temper杂志的副总编辑Daisy Sun 去过纽约的Pier 59 工作室来捕捉到这个瞬间!
Sweet and soft with Souffle Song:
Bold and embroidered with Krad Lanrete:
Austen tule and ribbons with Loli Times:
Sidenote. Without hitting the space button, this term in se is explained by Urban Dictionary as follows: “Lolitimes (v.), the act of fornicating with a young female, or lolita. Often and quite rightly associated with paedophilia”. Whoops. Anyway.)
A boost of edge and color with BMOST:
From Gothic to Sweet and Punk-edge, it’s a “Made in China” New York Fashion Week wrap!
Photos: Daisy Sun for Temper Magazine.