Beijing embroidery shines with new designs
Models present designs by D.Rita at the Prince Kung's Mansion in Beijing, June 8, 2018. The runway is a part of "Splendid China: China Intangible Cultural Heritage Fashion Show", one activity of the 2018 Cultural and Natural Heritage Day. (Photo/China Daily)
The designer added light hues in the series, including pale blue and light pink, to make the clothes more suitable for daily wear.
"Based on the traditional crafts, we also create some new patterns, such as flowers. In the past, lily flower was not included, but now we use it on many of our clothes," Yu told China Daily Website at the show.
Considering old-fashioned taboos, Yu said her brand had clothes with patterns that were only for emperors. Yet some of her clients declined such designs.
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