Traditional Chinese costume art exhibition held in Beijing

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Traditional Chinese costume art exhibition held in Beijing
Models present traditional Chinese costume works at an exhibition held in Beijing, Sept 26, 2022.[Photo by Zhu Xinxing/China Daily]

An exhibition featuring traditional Chinese costume art was held on Monday at the Prince Kung’s Mansion Museum in Beijing. The exhibition is a 2020 National Art Fund Communication and Promotion Funding project undertaken by the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology. With the theme of traditional ethnic costume art, it displays over 100 traditional ethnic pieces and fashion pieces innovatively designed by modern designers based on the elements of ethnic traditional wear.

The exhibition is divided into two sections, the static and the dynamic, with the former mainly displaying the diversity of Chinese rituals, people’s respect for culture, the skill of craftsmanship, the abundance of materials, and the beauty of fashion. While the dynamic part exhibitions mainly display fashionable clothing with innovative design of traditional Chinese elements, so that traditional culture can truly be integrated into modern life and gain vitality in fashion design.

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Traditional Chinese costume art exhibition held in Beijing

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