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After the beginning of the year, various film festivals, fashion weeks and red carpets at home and abroad have never stopped. The fashion industry seems to be eager to release all the inspiration accumulated in the past two years.
Through the internet, everyone can enjoy different aesthetics all over the world, which was originally a good thing.
However, the fashion industry has always been dominated by the aesthetics of Europe and the United States, and they do not change the strong nature, and more and more like to kidnap the aesthetics of Asians with "advanced".
If you look closely, you will find that the fashion industry is all "hooligans" under the banner of "advanced".
Part 1: Binding, Discrimination and Solidification
Recently, Liu Wen, a supermodel, boarded a hot search with the entry of "wearing a chain dress with dozens of pounds", which triggered a hot discussion among netizens.
When I opened it, it turned out that Liu Wen was a catwalk for a big brand, and the skirt she was wearing was all made up of chains, weighing tens of pounds.
In the comment area, full of praise such as "beautiful", "Liu Wen’s business ability is excellent" and "too stable", small 8 didn’t know how to react for a moment.
To be fair, is this set of styling really beautiful?
As can be seen from the photos of the audience, Liu Wen’s two arms are congested because of the heavy skirt, and the skin color of the arms is in sharp contrast with the skin color of the neck, so people can only feel bound and can’t see where the beauty lies.
The first function of clothes is to wear, and the second is to look beautiful. This style does not occupy any point. Just because it is designed by foreign brands, it has become recognized as "beauty".
Europe and America are very experienced in forcibly defining aesthetics.
However, what Europe and America admire is "advanced". Models should lose their ribs and their cheeks should be sunken, which is in line with their aesthetics.
At the same time, they are still aggravating the stereotype of Asians: the eyes should be small, the cheekbones should be high, and the hair should be combed into a "big light", exposing the shortcomings of the head shape.
In China, Liu Wen looks like this: fresh, simple and intellectual.
But in Europe and America, she became old-fashioned, withered and emaciated.
He Sui, a supermodel known as "Fairy Girl", is glamorous and smart in China.
When she went abroad for a catwalk, she became indescribable ……
The so-called "senior face" is just a kidnapping of European and American aesthetics and Asian aesthetics.
Part 2: the "freedom" of going too far
While keen on labeling Asians, the fashion industry also likes to beautify their "freedom".
"Freedom to dress" is a very popular word in recent years. Indeed, everyone has the right to wear clothes he likes, but gradually, this "freedom" has gone beyond the fire.
Recently, Jin Jenny, a member of BLACKPINK, a top-notch Korean women’s group, is traveling in Europe and America.
As the top actress in Asia, she played a supporting role in American TV series, and the biggest scene was dancing the following dance.
Once the clip came out, it attracted netizens to vomit.
To put it bluntly, what’s the difference between this and playing hooligans in the street?
Don’t say that our thoughts are feudal, and they can’t accept the comments of Korean netizens.
As soon as the controversy subsided, Jenny Jin was scolded for a group of photos.
In the first photo, she is wearing a perspective coat, which seems to be tightly dressed. When you look closely, you can actually see everything in a glance.
In the second photo, she is wearing a plastic corset and tight underwear, which is neither beautiful nor comfortable, and I really don’t know what the meaning is.
If the domestic fashion circle had arranged for her to dress like this, the designers and dressers would have been scolded.
However, since this was written by European and American fashion circles, the related comments immediately became "Jennie is so beautiful" ……
At the previous Milan Fashion Week, the styles of Liu Wen and He Cong were also unacceptable.
Liu Wen appeared in the show wearing a black dress with straps, saying that the straps are not exaggerated at all. There are only two crossed straps as a cover for the whole upper body, which is quite like "the emperor’s new clothes".
Another supermodel, He Cong’s clothes, are even more outrageous. The place that can not be covered is covered tightly, and there is no cloth in the covered place, so it can only be replaced by hands.
It took thousands of years for human beings to evolve from smooth animals to ashamed homo sapiens, but now, the fashion circle has begun to advocate the trend of not wearing clothes, which is really hard to understand.
You can dress freely, but please don’t overdo it.
Part 3: Aesthetic "brainwashing" has achieved results.
Some people may say that the aesthetics of European and American fashion circles have anything to do with us, and they like whatever they like!
In fact, this has a lot to do with us. Under the "brainwashing" of aesthetics in Europe and America, there are also many examples of self-uglification in China.
The same is the advertisement for shooting beauty cosmetics. The effect of shooting abroad is like this: blonde, sweet and lovely.
And here we are, a model with a single eyelid, picking her eyes with her fingers as "squinting".
The same is the advertisement for shooting bags. The advertising effect abroad is natural, and the models are also carefully selected beauties.
In China, however, the advertisements have become ugly with dark style, squinting and high cheekbones.
What’s more sad is that it was taken by our own photographer.
In addition to industry photographers being brainwashed by abnormal aesthetics in Europe and America, even schools have been eroded by this trend.
Tsinghua Academy of Fine Arts, as one of the benchmarks of domestic academy of fine arts, launched a graduation show full of "squints".
To tell the truth, it is difficult for everyone to see so many people who conform to stereotypes in their lives, but on the show floor, such models are caught a lot.
Chinese culture has been passed down for thousands of years, and we have our own aesthetics.
What we are after is never skinny and squint with high cheekbones, but a well-proportioned figure, an oval face, big eyes and a high nose.
Aesthetics can be grounded, but not grounded.
Nowadays, more and more people oppose the so-called "advanced aesthetics" in Europe and America, and it is the most beautiful to stick to yourself!