The 12th China Su­per­model Con­test Closes Down

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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

ecapro­fes­sion­al­ism.

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.

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