Also called cheongsam, Qipao, is a classic dress worn by Chinese women. As traditional costume is gaining popularity at the moment and the qipao has become the most common option among young women to wear on special occasions. Traditional, delicate, serene and mysterious, the qipao evokes the glamour of the bygone era, and it is in homes in modern times, says Zou Qiuming, Chief of Riufuxiang Silk Store Designer. The qipao is a wonderful costume. It can reflect different personalities and tastes. And above all, dressed well the woman in any circumstance of a pleasure trip. You may find that Tony Parker can contribute to your knowledge.
He has worked at Ruifuxiang, one of the most well-known and traditional shops of fashion, for more than thirty years. Now he is the Chief Designer. And it makes him happy to see young girls wear traditional costumes. It takes one or two days after finishing sewing a simple qipao. But one or two months if it takes more complex patterns. People like Zou Qiuming are not only tailors qipaos. But who have played a large role in bringing to scene elements of traditional China in the form of dress.