What happened to China Fashion?

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There are many international fashion brands, and you must be very familiar with,  like Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Versace, Prada, Burberry, Kenzo, Givenchy, Valentino, Hugo Boss, etc. How about Chinese fashion brands?? well, how many those foreigners know about? The answer is “barely”.

In China, everybody cares logo more than the design itself. So that’s why LV GUCCI CHANEL so common, and you could see it everywhere in the street, people want to put those logos everywhere, like bags, pants, clothes… because those were used to be only affordable to those rich people. Now those who don’t have much money, and want to get those luxuries, so the only option is replicas(fake ones).

Talk about fashion, I really want to say something about replica fashion from Korea and Japan…  In last few years, Korean and Japanese fashion seem leading the Asian fashion world, their trends represent the rest of Asia. People like them, because they use the best price to get the latest styles, will of course support that idea.  But we found out, there are very little replicas of European and American styles, I don’t know whether it’s because they have more restricted copyright rules or not.

Why there are not many international fashion brands originally from China?  Lack of designers? models? I don’t think so.. Maybe it’s because of the attitude of the fashion. There are millions fashion companies and factories in Guangdong, Zhejiang and Shanghai, we really should do much better than just copying.

Anyway, the rest world should thank China,  you could wear very cheap clothes with the latest designs, but those Korean and Japanese companies would be very unhappy:D

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