On September 17th, the international haute Chinese fashion designer Sheguang Hu will unveil his visually magnificent fashion designs to London, which is his first time to attend the London Fashion Week.
Sheguang Hu is a Chinese-Dutch designer, who is known for his spectacular, extreme creation of fashion. He always brings special experiences to the spectators of his show. This year, his runway show look at London Fashion Week will be held from 8-9 p.m., on Sunday, September 17th at the Natural History Museum, London.
The Natural History Museum, London is the landmark of British, and Europe as well. Every year, millions of people visit this place to experience the natural, history and culture. This is one reason Hu select this place as the venue for his first show in London, which is to bring the different culture to the people in this country and all international visitors.
The artwork of Hu is always rich with mystery, intrigue and contains the unique story. This season, the new collection will inherit the style of Hu, which is both luxury and wild. Also, the inspiration for the design comes from “The Belt and Road”, communicating the Chinese culture and resources with the world. This is the reason Hu uses tremendous characteristics of Mongolia, one of the 56 nations in China to represent not only China but the world. As said, the national treasures belong to the world.
Colors for this season show are Black, Gold, Green, and Blue. Also, the natural elements have been largely used in the design. Instead of using traditional fur as Mongolian, Hu insists to use the environment free material, faux fur supported by Ningbo Weiyi Changmaorong Co. Even though the design is inspired by traditional Mongolian elements, Hu chooses to use modern fabric and patterns to inherit the culture from old time to the contemporary world.
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About Sheguang Hu
Active in the fashion industry for more than two decades, Sheguang Hu achieved instant fame with his amazing creative ability and high-yield design work when he was still a 16-year-old international student of Holland Amsterdam Art Institute. His unique style was an obsession of European aristocracy and was favored by the Dutch royal family. As a result, Hu became an imperial dress designer. Over years of painstaking research and creative practice, Hu has designed countless subversive works and has launched the careers of many models. Hu’s designs have graced many world-class important events, including the Beijing Olympic Games, the Shanghai World Expo, the birthday dinner of the Netherlands Queen, the Dutch Red Cross Dinner, and numerous large-scale performances at home and abroad. Hu, a recipient of countless awards, subverts fashion authority and establishes his own voice. His designs can be found in many high-end clothing stores in Europe.
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