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Designers from China, Japan, South Korea and three other Asian countries have jointly presented the latest trends in Autumn and Winter 2010. Let's have a look at what's in store.
Black, beige, and grey dominate the collection by Chinese designer Cabbeen, who emphasizes the shoulders of the male form. With fine texture and cutting, the clothes bring out a chic and sharp look of today's young man.
The evening gowns for women took a softer palette. Biased cut and bold use of materials have delivered a understated look.
Wang Qing, chairman of China Fashion Designers' Assn. said, "Designers from Europe and America have led the mainstream trends. But Asia should have its own voice. The exchange of Asian designers will help achieve this purpose."
It's hoped that frequent communication between designers could eventually foster Asia's own international label.