Exotic Shanghai Fall/Winter Fashion Week 2021-22
Beauty and the Best
Delicate drama. Audacious, bold, fashion innovation. It’s all here. Dive into Shanghai Fashion Week.
Breathtakingly lovely, Pan’tterfly haute couture.
Who would have thought that images of women dressed in medieval whimple headdresses imprinted on stretch fabric would look so incredible? Yes by Yesir.
Trousers with long coordinated cloak in a bold and colorful chain pattern. Menswear by Yes by Yesir.
Ultra fuzzy logo blouson jacket in caramel with one-of-a-kind buttons and leather mini. Yes by Yesir.
Attractive black and white pattern knit mini and cape create an unexpected silhouette. Yes by Yesir.
Playing with volume and texture, this striking high-low gown is an absolute show stopper Yes by Yesir.
Quilted crop jacket in lucky red with glossy lace trousers. Pan’tterfly.
Bold and eye catching pink suit for men. The fur trimmed bag is especially decadent. Pan’tterfly.
By Comme Moi, a feminine silhouette in black and white gingham.
Contemporary pieces in luxe fabrics for the modern women. Comme Moi.
Cascading delicate fabric flowers trail down from the sleeveless jacket for a spectacular effect. Comme Moi.
Comme Moi. Floral detail.
Contemporary outerwear, Zhang Shuai.
Bold shift dress with exaggerated sleeves and absolutely fabulous above-the-knee lavender boots. Zhang Shuai.
Red mini with a retro vibe coordinated with a striking long coat accented with a beaded lapel. Zhang Shuai.
Sweet 60’s style mini with matching pink cape and must-have silver boots. Zhang Shuai.
The ultimate flower power puffer coat and coordinating shoes by Leaf Xia.
Kaleidoscopic patchwork puffer scarf by Leaf Xia.
Funky boho multi-colored seersucker skirt and crop top. Leaf Xia.
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Leopard, always in style. Dior. Image credit: crfashionbook.com.
80’s nostalgia disco rocked the Dior runway. Image credit: crfashionbook.com.
Rainbow sequin mini and coordinated faux fur bomber jacket. Dior. Image credit: crfashionbook.com.
Burgundy off-the-shoulder gown. Dior. By designer Maria Grazia Chiuri. Image credit: crfashionbook.com.
Baton brand embroidery and appliqué on an oversized jacket.
Ming Ma. Drop waist floral dress any Southern Belle would swoon over. Credit: Vogue.com.
Bell shaped floor length skirt by Ming Ma. Credit: Vogue.com.
Mark Gong backless dress. Image credit: Vraimagazine.com.
The superior tailoring and innovative detailing of the Mark Gong brand can better be appreciated by watching their video here.
Leather skirt detail by Mark Gong. Image credit: Vraimagazine.com.
Sophisticated tweed suit, golden gloves and natural make-up at Mark Gong. Image credit: Vraimagazine.com.
Slinky silk tie dye dress by Oude Waag.
Long, lean column dress with cropped brocade jacket. By Oude Waag.
A fresh, contemporary and unapologetically sexy use of traditional herringbone fabric. Oude Waag.
May D. Wang New Cashmere. Move over basic cardigans. This modern apparel takes cashmere in a whole new direction.
A cashmere two piece suit like you’ve never seen before. May D. Wang New Cashmere.
What a fabulous, fashion forward look. Giant, blow-up sized houndstooth print cashmere trousers? Yes, please! May D. Wang New Cashmere.
Vibrating colors, skilled craftsmanship, novel approaches to contemporary apparel and a sense of fun made Shanghai Fashion Week truly a fashion lovers paradise.