The composition of this Cheongsam dress is based on a design created by Zhou Shen (1427–1509), was one of “the Four Masters of Ming”. He played a pivotal role in the history of Chinese painting, contributed greatly to Chinese art by creating some of the most well-known masterpieces and founded the Wu School in Suzhou.
This is the perfect heirloom piece to keep for all formal events with the landscape watercolor painting.
- Qipao color choice in red or blue
- Space blue silk
- Vintage-gold trims
- Traditional mandarin collar
- Mid-calf length
- 100% 30mm silk
Poet On A Mountain Top Qipao | Blue Chinese Traditional Qipao Dress
Chinese Textile Art
The history of Panjin Embroidery
Panjin technique involves the use of precious metals, such as gold and silver threads, to create intricate designs on fabric. The embroidery often features auspicious symbols and motifs, representing blessings, prosperity, and cultural heritage. Panjin embroidery has adorned imperial garments, ceremonial attire, and traditional Chinese wedding dresses, showcasing the mastery of Chinese textile arts.