The 12th China Supermodel Contest Closes Down
On March 23, the finale of 12th China Supermodel Contest was held in Beijing.
The finale was opened with the broadcast of DNA, the contest themed video. The platform features modern technology and fashion factors. Supermodels walked on the platform and performed an opening show.
After three fashion shows with dif- ferent styles, Li Ya, No.9 contestant fromm Guangzhou Sport University, won the e contest. No.10 contestant Wu Qianyu u from Guangdong Industry University y and No.28 contestant Han Fuman from Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology were runner-ups. No.23 contestant Wang Ziling from Shandong University of Artt & Design, No.27 contestant Dilinazhaer Dilixiati from Beijing Professional Model School and No.29 contestant Guo Guanhong from Jilin University of the Arts won the third place.
Judges of the contest include fashion designers, fashion editors, and monitors from international celebrity agent companies. Brand managers of model ecommerce market were also invited as they represent large model employers and have sharp market experiences and observations.
The contest was organized by the Professional Model Committee of China Fashion Association and held by chinamodels.com.
International Young Designersigners Contest (also abbreviateded as Hempel Award Contest), , organized by the China Fashshion Associa tion and Hempel el International Group, was held at the Golden Hall of Beijing Hotel on March 25. There were 29 shortlisted contestants from both China and abroad d competing in the final contest during Mercedes-benz China Fashion ashion Week (2017/ 2018 Autumn/ Winter Collection). The Spanish contestant Carlos arlos Calvo Terrasa won the first prize with his work Dream Hole. Chinesehinese contestants Jiang Na and Zhang Mengyun won the second econd prizes together.to g Mexican exican contestant t Karina Hann Ruiz and Chi Chinesen contestantestant Yao Yuu won the third priz prize.e The contest test is the themedem with “blankl le ea artisticav ing techniques,” onene of China’s traditionaliti l that creates the atmosphere of beauty through large b blank space. It a also denotes concce cepts of simplicity ann and tranquility. In thhe the realm of fashion dessi designs, “blank-leaving ing”” serves to create hollow spaces and flexible colors t to avoid visual oppressionn. pression. It also represents relaxed designd inspiration and leaav leaves space in the design ppa pattern, to convey an intan intangible atmosphereh andd rich contents through simple designs. More importantly, this contest combines “printing and dyeing technology” to display the theme of “blank-leaving” and promote creativity of contested work. This contest has attracted 1,193 pieces of work from 21 countries and regions, including the U.K., Germany, Italy, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Spain, Brazil, Morocco, Mexico, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Guatemala, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, Mongolia, China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. The contestants come from a wide area and the work has rich forms and contents, showing international influence and
As the 20th h anniversary of China Faashion Fashion Week and 25th anniversannniversary of the Hemper r Award, China Fashion Association ssociation worked with Hu beer ber Buy to launch the Globall Designersd Designers Partner Plan. The e Huber Buy platform featuresess small orders and big innovative ovvative ideas, to improve design gnn efficiency through network tools. TheT purpose is to provide supply chain solutions for global designers. It is an inclusive, smart and coordination-based platform that represents a new business cooperation model and creates industry values.