China National Silk Museum Presents New Fashion Exhibition in Hangzhou: “The Art of Time: When Embroidery Goes through Fashion” | News

HANGZHOU, China, Jan. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — China National Silk Museum is presenting a new exhibition – The Art of Time: When Embroidery Goes through Fashion – running from December 17, 2021 to March 6, 2022 in Hangzhou jointly curated by the China National Silk Museum and the Institute of Oriental Design Studies in the China Academy of Art.

The exhibition takes “fashion” as the main axis and contemporary embroidery art as the vehicle to interpret the way of embroidery in the context of current fashion. The exhibition includes 114 works from more than 70 designers, artists, and some textile enterprises, including well-established haute couture designer Guo Pei and artists Qiu Zhijie, Wu Jianan, Xu Zheng, among others.

Chinese embroidery is part of the rich tapestry of artistic life in China with its archaic and elegant beauty, but has also proven to be exuberant and fashionable in modern

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Try These Five Sustainability Tips That Will Save You Time and Money

  • Food waste is a massive issue that affects several industries; mindful shopping can help remedy it.
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Food waste is a massive issue that skews supply and demand, raises prices, and leads to more trash than our infrastructure can handle. Additionally, carelessly discarding household appliances and clothing can be detrimental to the environment. Thankfully, mindful lifestyle choices can help alleviate the harmful effects that contribute to the climate crisis.

But can you make more sustainable choices without paying more? Can sustainable habits actually save you time and money, or is it all a hassle no matter how you slice it? Our list of tips are here to help you

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In Time for the ‘Friends’ Reunion, Gen Z Discovers Rachel Green’s Outfits

POORVA SETH, 21, a recent graduate of the University of Toronto, wore a tight white T-shirt, beige jacket, miniskirt and knee-high boots to an outdoor lunch date this spring. Her sartorial inspiration? Rachel Green, the character that Jennifer Aniston played in the ultra-popular sitcom “Friends.” The show, which is being revisited in a reunion special on HBO Max this week, went off the air just a few years after Ms. Seth was born in 1999. Yet like many Gen-Z women, she considers Rachel Green “the style icon that I look to the most.”

A 1995 promotional portrait of Jennifer Aniston shows her at the height of the buzz for her face-framing hairstyle, “the Rachel.”


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Although it’s been nearly 30 years since “Friends” debuted in 1994, its avant-basic aesthetic is a source of inspiration for many people who were too young to absorb it the first

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16 top-rated bath time items to transform your soak

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Whenever life gets a little hectic, the best thing you can do for yourself is practice a little self-care. Although it can come in all forms, when you’re stuck at home, you have to work with what you got. One of the best ways to unwind and reset your day is to draw yourself a hot bath. But not just any hot bath—you need something that will transform your regular bathroom into an ultimate destination for peace and relaxation.

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Luckily, you can have a luxurious soak anytime your body calls for it by adding a few extra items to your bathroom. Upgrade your house slippers to something cozier or

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