The utilization of fur in sustainable fashion

Christine Tsui Fashion Community Group Discussion The Utilization of Fur in Sustainable Fashion   Date:01/05/2018 Time: 8pm to 10pm Host by Midori-shanghai-designer Pisces, a post-90s designer with mild obsessive-compulsive disorder, has a strong executive power and a combination of care and patience. Three years local brand designer experience, in the design has its own preferenceContinue reading “The utilization of fur in sustainable fashion”

How do Chinese celebrities run their fashion business?

Event Date: April,14,2018 Time: 8pm to 10pm Subject of discussion: How do Chinese celebrities run their fashion business? Host: Oran Kang-Shanghai-Senior merchandize of apparels. Brief Introduction of the host: Oran Kang has engaged in apparel buying business for over 10 years. Currently she serves in a buying office of a Spanish department store in Shanghai. SheContinue reading “How do Chinese celebrities run their fashion business?”

Fashion is for KOLs ?

  Event Seminar: KOL Marketing @ Christine Tsui International Fashion Date: 13 March 2018 Seminar Host: Heather-Wuhan-AGL; Alena-Shanghai-AGL   Outline INTRODUCTION & BACKGROUND ADOPTION AS A MKTTOOL PROS&CONS   Part One: INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND KOL, or s so called “Key Opinion Leader”, refers to a person with a significant influence on people. In China, itContinue reading “Fashion is for KOLs ?”

What’s going to happen when fashion meets data: Sources, Tools & Benefits

Event Seminar: Data Collection @ Christine Tsui International Fashion Date: 03 March 2018 Seminar Host: Cliff-Madrid-Researcher Tsung (Madrid) Cliff-Madrid-Researcher Tsung is an artificial intelligence scientist and a data science consultant working in Madrid, Kingdom of Spain. Cliff-Madrid-Researcher has worked for several national and European Union’s scientific projects with primary focus of intelligent software systems. He’sContinue reading “What’s going to happen when fashion meets data: Sources, Tools & Benefits”

Q&A| Is it true that a Chanel cloth worth 35000 yuan will be thrown away after being worn only once?

By Christine Tsui Translated by Rachel Wang   A question from Zhihu: Is it true that a Chanel cloth worth 35000 yuan will be thrown away after being worn only once? (According to the following microblog) The original micro-blog: Poverty has limited my imagination… The rich do not consider how to wash the clothes atContinue reading “Q&A| Is it true that a Chanel cloth worth 35000 yuan will be thrown away after being worn only once?”

Views| Is the Victoria’s Secret show an erotic show? How to treat the comment by Hung Huang?

By Christine Tsui Translated by Rachel   Recently Hung Huang said on her micro blog that “The Victoria’s Secret Show is just an erotic show, relying on objectifying women and fulfilling the show with stars to seemingly increase its value.”. What does this statement really reflect? I want to say something about my view. Actually,Continue reading “Views| Is the Victoria’s Secret show an erotic show? How to treat the comment by Hung Huang?”

Q&A| Why the consumerism of fashion is easier to influence females than males?

By Christine Tsui Translated by Rachel Wang   (The question from Zhihu.com) Why the consumerism is easier to influence females than males? For example, if advertorials boast the effects of some skin care products or list the must-buy bags of XX brands, many a girl would immediately set up for shopping at any cost, someContinue reading “Q&A| Why the consumerism of fashion is easier to influence females than males?”

Views|Where would the Double Eleven Festival go?

By Christine Tsui Translated by Rachel Wang   Do you know the Double Eleven? Nov. 11th, the day before yesterday, is the largest shopping festival for Chinese. The information of it floods in my WeChat and it is reported that almost all the brands have broken their sales records. So, this time I would likeContinue reading “Views|Where would the Double Eleven Festival go?”

Views│How will the post-80s and 90s generation defend from the intelligent robots?

By Christine Tsui Translated by Rachel Wang   I would like to share a case before the discussion of today’s topic. It is the recruitment of my assistant, which is the hottest position recently, only open to my online community, with over 40 applications. The ratio is quite considerable. However, only four of the fortyContinue reading “Views│How will the post-80s and 90s generation defend from the intelligent robots?”

Views│What’s the uniqueness of the post-90s designers?

By Christine Tsui Translated by Rachel   Recently I have interviewed some post-90s designers in the Shanghai Fashion Week, so I would like to write this essay about my feelings of them. In my book China Fashion, I only interviewed a group of post-60 to 80 designers. But I have been observing the emerging designersContinue reading “Views│What’s the uniqueness of the post-90s designers?”