Shanghai Fashion Week 2024 returns March 25

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On March 25, Shanghai Fashion Week will reveal its agenda for the upcoming 2024–2025 fall/winter season.

Le Fame, a legendary label known for its romantic vintage charm and a contemporary take on Shanghainese femininity inspired by the Orient, will be the first to take the runway. As for Mithworld, they’ll be showcasing traditional Chinese dim lunch in their Autumn/Winter 2024 release, which will serve as the event’s grand finale.

Along with indie labels like Xiaoli and rising star designer Louis Shengtao Chen, Lv Yan’s Comme Moi, known for its distinctive “soft sculpture” style, and Xiaoli are also making an appearance on the runway. Weiraen, Aubruino, Tension Archive, and Raydots are among the young designers showcasing their collections for the first time at Shanghai Fashion Week.

With the theme “Return to Truth,” the LabelHood Pioneer Fashion Art Festival is making its triumphant return to Bund Source. With the help of sixteen young designers, including Xander Zhou, Assignments, and Markgong, among others, the festival will present the newest designs.

Kids dress will be showcasing a visually stunning exhibition of modern children’s clothing at the Jing An 800 Show with the theme “Gradual Change,” and New Bund 31 will be presenting nine brand displays of bridal and evening dress from around the world.

With the goal of creating the “biggest ordering season in Asia,” more than 10 showrooms and showcases will be making their debut. Working in tandem with IM Shanghai Changning International, the Mode Shanghai Fashion Tradeshow has hand-picked a number of one-of-a-kind labels to showcase their varied growth.

Bridal Moda, a brand-new exhibition showcasing the latest styles in formalwear and bridal gowns, will make its premiere at the Shanghai International Convention Center. Other venues across the city will also be hosting exhibitions.

Finally, Shanghai Fashion Week is a great place for up-and-coming designers to show off their work. The event has programs like the R.I.S.E Sustainable Consumption Innovation Platform and the Next Emerging Forces segment, which both focus on how design education and market demand intersect.

Emily Mitchell

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