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Apparel tended to be very bright and vivid in appearance. Women expressed an image of wealth and success through shiny costume jewelry, such as large faux-gold earringspearl necklacesand clothing covered with sequins and diamonds. Punk fashion began as a reaction against both the hippie movement of the past decades and the materialist values of the current decade.
Since then, Asian and Asian-American designers have been on the ascent, especially as the Asian market for luxury goods has expanded with the region's relatively newfound wealth. But what was surprising to me as I ran through the list of designers presenting at this NYFW was not only the number of Asian designers, but also the fact that I hadn't heard of most of them. This was embarrassing for me since I consider myself a pretty informed consumer of fashion news. I do write about it, after all.
All eyes have been on the Asian community lately—thanks in large part to Crazy Rich Asians, the first movie with an all-Asian cast to be released in 25 years—and there's no denying that there are some truly talented men and women from this side of the world, especially when it comes to fashion. Yamamoto has also evolved a form of thought that many still strive to grasp: understanding the synergy between the human body and material clothing. It's no wonder he's known as the vagabond of the fashion world.
Designers leverage garment supply chains and local talent to take on Western rivals. These relative newcomers are not the cheap imitations China was once known for, but the products of young designers educated at prestigious schools like the London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins. It is a sign of how China's fashion industry is coming into its own, and challenging Western brands on quality and design rather than price. High-end, niche designers are not the only ones making a name for themselves, either.