Porcelain Doll - Masterpieces of Chinese decorative arts—rendered in jade, lacquer, cloisonné, porcelain—will be juxtaposed with the garments in the Met’s second-floor Chinese Galleries. Here, a vase-shaped dress by Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel Haute Couture, from the spring 1984 collection.
An Alexander McQueen for Givenchy couture wildflower embroidered gown, probably Autumn-Winter 1999. The brown bodice with Lesage embroidery of blossom and foliage, tiny glass buttons from neck to waist front and back encasing dried flower sprigs, the skirt of fine brown and ivory houndstooth check with curved satin edges embroidered with ikat-like motifs, gigot sleeves of brown taffeta.
Raise the Red Lantern - Cinema has also strongly influenced Western impressions. The cheongsam dress became a red-hot fad in the mid–20th century, when films like The World of Suzie Wong introduced moviegoers to a fantasy interpretation of Hong Kong. This gold-embroidered evening dress is from Chanel Haute Couture’s autumn 1996 collection.
A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Xu Ming for a haute couture collection at China Fashion Week in Beijing November 1, 2012 - XU Ming est née le 2 juin 1965 à Heilongjiang. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images