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Keqiao elements debuted Beijing
2019-05-23

Recently, Tu Jun, a fashion designer in Keqiao Creative Tower, brought the spiritual costumes of Water Town in Shaoxing and came to Beijing's 751 DPARK Central Hall. The Shiji·Tu Jun Fashion Show had an awesome deduction. It is the first personal fashion show for the designers from Creative Tower and elements of Shaoxing and Keqiao were brought to Beijing.
At the show, accompanied by music, the models appeared in various styles of coats. The show was themed with "Rong" and captured the elements of the water town such as white wall and black tiles, the black felt hat, and swallow into the modern fashion design, a tribute to tradition. The models wore red, yellow, and white black felt hats. The background was a simple civilian residence. The colorful colors of the coats made the thick texture of the coat as light as skin, and deconstructed it. With the minimalist version and fashion profile, outlines the modern woman's intellectual beauty and dynamic beauty.
Tu said, as a native of Shaoxing, Keqiao had a sense of humanity and international. The elements of Shaoxing were source of inspiration and applied in fashion designs. The more than 40 sets of coats in this show were designed with the light spot of black felt hat, as well as swallows and local civilian residence. It spent Tu more than half a year to design them elaborately.  

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