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Fashion has long been taking a leaf out of the extensive fashion pages owned by China’s ethnic minorities.
No matter where you turn your Bardot-lined peepers, fashion designers, shops and chains around the globe have long been taking a leaf out of the extensive fashion pages owned by China’s ethnic minorities. And why not. With an array of 56 groups covering the vast mainland of China – the largest of which is the Han group with approximately 1.2 billion descendants (say, 92% of the overall population) — you can infuse any outfit with a bad bump in a straight stitch second. Their different decorations are one styling aspect of what sets the minorities apart from one another.