Dress costumes are featured on the "intangible cultural heritage" stage
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- Last weekend, an intangible cultural heritage fashion show was staged at Shacixiang. Chongqing-style cheongsam, Miao costumes and other intangible cultural heritage costumes made their appearances and brought a beautiful visual feast to the audiences.
The cheongsams showed in the evening have patterns like hand-painted plum blossoms, orchids, bamboo and chrysanthemum, dragon and phoenix, and traditional Fuwa. Jiang Lingjun, the inheritor of the “Junlin a-hundred-year Cheongsam”, said: “It is the spirit of Chongqing, which has both the features of Beijing-style cheongsam and Shanghai-style cheongsam. It connects the past, present and future of the mountain city and it is the carrier of the Chongqing spirit.”
In addition, audiences were impressed by Miao's mysterious and unique ceremonial dress, simple and generous daily dress, ethnic cheongsam which integrates fashion and traditional elements, and an exquisite wedding dress.
“Miao costumes have the traditional craftsmanship of weaving, embroidering, picking and dyeing of the Chinese folk, embroidering in the picking, embroidering in the dyeing and embroidering in the weaving. It combined with the unique and regular silverware culture of the Miao, showing distinct national character and artistic characteristics.” Wang Guangrong, the general manager of Chongqing Rongyu Miao Embroidery Arts & Crafts Development Co. Ltd, explained that the company has made innovations in the traditional Miao costumes, and it has formed its own unique style on the basis on traditional style. (Translated by Gao Jiao, Fathom Language Limited)