“In praise of silk” exhibition tells the story of Chinese silk presenting 27 dresses in 3 parts: history, craftsmanship and culture elements.
The first part shows six replicas of historical clothes which represent the development and progress of Chinese clothes throughout history.
The second part illustrates the creation of craftsmanship in fashion design.
The third presents traditional Chinese elements.
This exhibition offers the audience an opportunity to see rare ancient Chinese skills that are becoming extinct. For example, weaving techniques such as Zhuang brocade, cambered canton silk, Nanjing brocade, Idili silk etc; Dyeing and embroidery techniques such as Guangdong embroidery, Miao embroidery and tie-dyeing etc. the visitors will see And there will be famous and unknown Chinese elements presented, each tells a story about a culture symbol, such as Chinese calligraphy, Chinese Seal, Chinese paper cutting, terra-cotta army and Mo Kao Caves.