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Futuristic Fashion and Traditional Chinese Architectural Elements Merge in ANNAKIKI Shanghai Exhibition

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Futuristic Fashion and Traditional Chinese Architectural Elements Merge in ANNAKIKI Shanghai Exhibition

ANNAKIKI Exhibition in Shanghai Showcases Retro-Futuristic Fashion

The ANNAKIKI exhibition is now open at the historic ANNAKIKI Shanghai flagship store in Paul Garden, Fumin Road, Shanghai. Created by brand creative director Anna Yang and space designer Liu Chang, the exhibition combines retro-futuristic aesthetics with traditional Chinese architectural elements to create a pioneering fashion space.

Visitors to the exhibition will find ready-to-wear garments displayed on a four-pointed star hour hand device, resembling an “armored body” waiting for new life. Each piece represents a dialogue between the future and technology, showcasing retro-future aesthetics and innovation.

As guests delve deeper into the exhibition, they will encounter production prototypes surrounding a natural travertine spiral staircase, illustrating the creative process from inspiration concept to ready-to-wear. The exhibition space features a circular cloister structure that creates a space-time tunnel, providing a unique and immersive experience for visitors.

The ANNAKIKI 2024FW media preview event served as a prelude to the exhibition, where industry media friends discussed the future trend of integrating AI technology into fashion design. Anna Yang shared the story behind the ANNAKIKI 2024FW Milan Fashion Show and the challenges she faced when using AI technology for design assistance.

Despite the limitations of artificial intelligence in the design process, the ANNAKIKI 2024FW collection boldly predicts and experiments with the future of fashion. Visitors can experience the exquisite craftsmanship behind each piece and immerse themselves in the integration of technology and fashion.

The exhibition will be open to the public until May 30, offering a space where everyone can become a warrior exploring the unknown world of retro-futuristic fashion.

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