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传统汉服与现代时尚相碰撞~魔都这场大秀来围观下?

2018-07-01 21:23     国内     来自:环球时报(英文版)-MySH

提起汉民族的传统服饰“汉服”,很多小伙伴脑海中可能会有许多词语闪过……


优雅,端庄,华丽,清秀,飘逸,古典……很多人会用些词来形容汉服。





但其实,汉服也可以很时尚~



昨天晚上,由B站主办的“古风新look”汉服大秀,就将展示了许多汉服元素的衣裳,它们既传承了中国古典服饰的美,又有着现代时尚潮流的青春气息。



Global Times的小伙伴们昨晚也去到了秀场,来看我们带回的照片——



▲B站的2233娘身穿齐胸襦裙


▲汉风童装走秀的小盆友


▲汉服小哥哥们用传统乐器演奏《权御天下》


▲B站up主们在台上舞蹈


▲“昆曲王子”张军表演《牡丹亭》选段


▲汉服走秀的妹纸


▲汉服走秀的妹纸


▲汉服走秀的妹纸



Hanfu catwalk show presents beauty and innovation of China’s traditional clothing



On a softly lit stage, models in exquisite traditional costumes walk down the runway. Accompanied by dynamic background music, these young men and women with elaborate hairstyles and delicate makeup pose in turn, giving the audience a bright, confident smile. On the evening of June 30, a hanfu-themed catwalk show took place in downtown Jing’an district, at which dozens of artists, professional models as well as internet celebrities together displayed the beauty of hanfu, the traditional clothing of China’s largest ethnic group Han.



Hanfu in modern life



Under the theme “a new look of tradition,” the event was held to show not only what ancient Chinese costumes looked like and the rich culture behind them, but also how people can make a combination of traditional design elements and present-day clothing style, rejuvenating millennium-old hanfu in modern life.


Many Chinese think that hanfu, usually with big sleeves and long dress trains, is beautiful but not very convenient to wear. Hanfu’s floor-length dress, for instance, was designed thousands of years ago to hide people’s feet, as ancient Chinese believed it was rude and impolite to show one’s feet in public.


However nowadays, when miniskirts are so popular among young women, wearing an old-style hanfu skirt seems a bit sluggish and stuffy at times.


“I do like hanfu, but how can I ride a bike, go skateboarding or even easily walk upstairs with an overly long skirt?” a netizen wrote on Weibo, echoed by many hanfu enthusiasts.


Catering to modern people’s tastes and preferences, many hanfu sellers modify their products by shortening the lengths of sleeves and skirt. Some trending clothing elements, such as geometric pattern, polka dot and lace, also inspire today's hanfu designers to enrich their works.


At Sunday’s show, two popular hanfu brands displayed their modified hanfu, which were creatively worn by models in a mix-and-match style along with T-shirts, jeans, high heels and sunglasses.



Creative and confident



“We have to acknowledge that most hanfu in ancient times, especially the clothesworn by the upper class, were usually designed to be oversizes and inconvenient,” said  invited guest Li Yating, who became interested in hanfu in 2009. “I personally advocate we make some innovations in this old clothing system.” 


Sitting next to her Yang Na, author of the book Hanfu’s Renaissance, agreed.


“By maintaining hanfu’s basic characteristics such as jiaoling (crossing collar, meaning two parts of the clothes overlapping on the front) and youren (right front, meaning the crossing always on one’s right side), I think we can properly add some modern elements to it including button and zipper, making hanfu more acceptable to ordinary people nowadays,"  Yang said.


Apart from catwalk shows, the event also invited well-known designer Li Dengting and renowned Kunqu Opera performer Zhang Junto share with the audience their ideas on the balance between tradition and innovation.


“There's lots to dig and discover in traditional Chinese culture, yet many of which should be reforged to be better adapted to our daily life,” said Li, who presented a few suits of his self-designed Chinese-style clothing onstage. “By keeping the essence, we can build a new aesthetic system or style for our traditional costume that keeps pace with the times.”


Zhang creatively performed a small part of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) Kunqu opera Peony Pavilion onstage, along with a modernly dressed violinist. “Today the traditional Chinese culture can be presented in various ways, and we should have an open attitude towards it,” he said. “The more we understand and admire our traditional culture, the more creatively and confidently we can show and promote it.”



Traditional costume day



The event was organized by bilibili.com, China’s online anime-streaming platform as well as co-founder of the first-ever Traditional Chinese Costume Day that fell on April 18 this year.


The Traditional Chinese Costume Day, jointly held by the Central Committee of the Communist Youth League and bilibili.com, is set on each year’s Shangsi Festival (the third day of the third lunar month) to encourage young Chinese to wear traditional clothing and further, to promote traditional Chinese culture among the younger generation.


This year, the Costume Day celebration event was held in Xi’an, Northwest China’s Shaanxi Province on April 18. It displayed a similar hanfu catwalk show there, attracting some 18.67 million people watch the livestreaming online.



此外,我们昨晚也在facebook上进行了直播:





直播获得了2万多次浏览、2000+赞、800+评论,看来歪果仁们也很喜欢咱们的传统服饰文化呢 



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