View attachment upload_2019-4-6_22-49-8.png View attachment upload_2019-4-6_22-49-14.png View attachment upload_2019-4-6_22-49-20.png Qipao (China): The story of the cheongsam starts with the overthrow of the Qing dynasty and founding of the Republic of China in 1912. In the mid-1910s and early 1920s, Chinese intellectuals began to revolt against traditional values, calling instead for a democratic and egalitarian society based on Western standards, including the emancipation and education of women. Foot-binding, the painful practice of binding young girl’s feet to prevent their growth, was outlawed. At first, it was designed to make a slim body looks sexier. for more than half century it has become the "uniform" for Chinese movie stars and celebrities. Now it has many styles to fit all the body shapes. Saree(India): Saree is a four or five-meter-long cloth. Its texture is from ordinary cotton to silk, mostly thin and soft. With the change of climate and season, need to wear a sari with different texture such as pure silk, cotton cloth, or gold silk lace, and in recent years also appeared similar to nylon or synthetic fabrics. The saree in summer is lighter in colors such as pale yellow, light blue, light green, etc. while in winter, it is mostly dark red or pinkish red and mostly dark green during the rainy season. Yukata(Japan): The name yukata comes from the word “yu” (bath) and “katabira” (under clothing). In the Heian era (794-1185), court nobles wore linen “yukata” which were draped loosely after taking a bath. The yukata was later also worn by Japanese warriors and by the Edo era (1600-1868), it was widely worn by the public when public bath became a popular recreation in Japan. A Japanese yukata is a cooling garment to wear. Like other forms of clothing based on traditional Japanese garments, it is made with straight seams and wide sleeves. Unlike formal kimono, yukata are typically made of cotton rather than silk or synthetic fabric, and they are unlined.