Hongrui Zhou Rhythm Clothing
Rhythm Clothing is Silver Design Award winner in 2017 - 2018 Fashion, Apparel and Garment Design Award Category.
Rhythm Clothing

It is a set of creative design clothing for the style of the imperial court women in the Qing Dynasty. Creative costumes from horseshoe sleeves, Pankou, sea cliff Jiang, cloud elements. Selection of cotton, brocade, Ou Gensha and other materials. The main use of oblique yarn edge technology, combined with embroidery technology and different texture of the form of change. The color of the Chinese traditional red and blue sea water shows an elegant, implicit and generous Chinese sentiment.It is used at the new year's conference in the Imperial Palace.

Rhythm Clothing
Hongrui Zhou Rhythm
Hongrui Zhou Clothing
Hongrui Zhou design
Hongrui Zhou design
Hongrui Zhou

She is a teacher of department of textile and fashion design of Luxun Academy of Fine Arts China. Judges and curators of China packaging creative design contest. Judges of college student computer design contest. Tutor of international Poster studio NEU. Fashion designer. She won a number of international and domestic awards and personal exhibitions. She graduated from Luxun Academy of Fine Arts Department of textile & fashion design clothing specialty, bachelor's degree in 2003, and received a master's degree of Luxun Academy of Fine Arts in "foreign costume culture comparative study" in 2007. The main research areas is the history of Chinese and Western clothing, clothing,Performance techniques of clothing.

The Imperial Palace

Shenyang the Imperial Palace is located in Shenyang Liaoning, is one of only two Chinese palace, also known as the beginning of the Qing Dynasty Mukden palace, the palace, dating back nearly 400 years of history, ten years after it was founded (1625). Before the Qing Dynasty, the palace is located in Shenyang, capital Beijing, the palace known as the "capital Palace", "stay in the palace". In 1961, the State Council will determine the the Imperial Palace in Shenyang as the first batch of national key cultural relics protection units; in July 1, 2004, China Suzhou held the twenty-eighth session of the World Heritage Committee approved the Shenyang the Imperial Palace as the Ming and Qing Dynasty palace cultural heritage expansion projects included in the "world Heritage list".