China Dresses Up Its Fashion, Reviving Colorful Imperial-Era Costumes
(Beijing) — Why doesn’t modern-day China have a national costume that is the equivalent of a Japanese kimono, an Indian sari or a Moroccan djellaba?
This long-running debate was reignited in May when a poster of actress Lin Chi-ling wearing a beautifully crafted “Hanfu” — one of China’s traditional dresses — appeared on the big screen at New York’s Time Square, making passers-by freeze in awe.
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