Let’s get fashionably serious – for a change. Fashion is one dirty gal and, no guys, not in a good way. She is thirsty, making her a clear target in heavily polluted China’s cleanup mission du decade, entitled “Beautiful China”. The fashion industry stands at a China crossroads: Get on the merry-go-round or get out of the polluted amusement park. So when we discuss that new “Made in China”… How does this sexy label affect the nation’s fast fashion industry?

我们认真谈一下时尚吧。时尚也可以算是一个超级口渴的女孩儿,使她在中国的清理任务杜(名为“美丽中国”-2015至2020年)中的一个清晰目标。这20年,中国对环境犯罪的历史使各式各样的快时尚遂而崛起。尽管如此,该国的监管格局正在发生变化。国际服装行业目前没有太多选择:继续在属于高污染的中国服装厂生产衣服或者离开中国。如果只是买布匹来进行加工衣服。这样污染就不大。如果服装厂自己生产布匹,然后给布匹染色,等布匹做好后再进行衣服加工这样污染就很大 。中国服装行业急需努力解决环境污染问题。换句话说,当我们讨论新“中国创造“。。。这样的标签到底是怎么影响到全国的快时尚产业呢?


With Adidas arguably the most relevant fashion brand to those (Chinese) born between 1980 and 2000, it is nice to see some legit fashion history has not yet disappeared into thinspo air. The Antwerp Six are a fashion collective who in the late 1980s radically influenced catwalks worldwide, turning their stomping ground into a righteous fashion rage. Anno 2016, we see the surge of the Xiamen Gang, with critics likening the city’s role in China’s fashion landscape to that of Antwerp in Europe. In clique terms, then: The Xiamen designers… Pleasers or leaders ?

Aah, the chinos; the material of many a joke over the past decades. These controversial, “He-vs-She” — a little shoutout to that Beijing exhibition on violence against women which was shut down before even opening up at the roaring political capital’s Gingko Space art gallery — dividing twill-fabric (originally produced in … China) cotton khaki pants have never left the hangers of many a male’s wardrobe…