China’s Independent Fashion Designers Are Breaking Free

China’s Independent Fashion Designers Are Breaking Free—A Preview of Shanghai Fashion Week

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While Shanghai has spent much of ‘The Covid Years’ largely lockdown free, 2020’s international outbreaks prompted a mass return to the Motherland. Upcoming Chinese designers moved their businesses back home, closely followed by a wave of fashion graduates from the likes of Parsons and Central Saint Martins, who would have otherwise stayed overseas to intern with international houses. And now, after a long hibernation, digital or not, the country’s indie designers have delivered their strongest fashion season to date. Read Margaret Zhang’s report on Shanghai Fashion Week.

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