chinese-fashion-weekAuthor: Ambra

Chinese Fashion Week in Bejing has been a real triumph for fashion “100% made in Italy”.
On the catwalk models wore clothes designed and created by winners of the contest “Imbastire un sogno, cucire un’idea”promoted by Confartigianato Moda in order to increase young Italian fashion designers’ popularity.

Italian fashion creations have been admired not only by buyers potentially interested in starting collaborations with the most talented of designers, but also by Chinese models, fashionistas, actresses and VIPs who really could like their designs and have been offered the opportunity of having their dress made on demand right there in the backstage, under their own eyes.

Sartoria Lia Panichi from Potenza Picena (Macerata, Italy) wore its models on the catwalk with long, dreamy evening gowns made with extreme attention to the detail and a mood from old Hollywood’s vintage glamour. Young 22-years-old designer Federica Bellesi from Marche, Italy, showed off her minimal-chic style with a rock twist.

As an Italian speaker really worried for the serious economic issues my country is facing in this moment ,it’s not all about Chinese product being imported in Italy as it normally happens every day.

It’s also about what we could really do if we could import our fashionable and quality products in China as well.
This could really be a big step in helping our country finding back the spark of old times before the crisis.

We also love collection “En Plen Air” for 2015 by Federica Bellesi showcased on the website we’d surely wear her pin-up pois in optical black and white (cool!), her ultra-feminine animalier and her white crop top along with retro high-waisted skirts that enhance a curvy silhouette by making the waist look slimmer.