Category: mens hanfu

ancientviet: Traditional wedding costumes of S…

ancientviet:

Traditional wedding costumes of Sinosphere countries. From left to right:

China, Ming Dynasty, Hanfu
Korea, Joseon Dynasty, Hanbok
Vietnam, Nguyen Dynasty, áo Nhật Bình (for women) and áo tấc (for men)
Japan, Tokugawa Shogunate, Kimono
Ryukyu (now Okinawa)

hanfugallery: Traditional Chinese hanfu for ch…

hanfugallery:

Traditional Chinese hanfu for children by 戚端庄了

mmcoconut: It’s out! I illustrated for Disney’…

mmcoconut:

It’s out!

I illustrated for Disney’s MULAN book “Mulan’s Lunar New Year”, (you can see the book here!) a children’s book about little Mulan spending Lunar New Year with her family.

It’s my first book and I want to share some illustrations  😀 [*will also have this book at my table at CTNx 2018 this year on display at T55!]

Looking back, there are lots that I want to improve on the crafting of my drawings for this book, but overall… I’m really glad I get to illustrate and to remember the joy and excitement I had celebrating Lunar New Years and lighting fireworks with my parents as a kid.

It was pretty magical.

changan-moon: Nanjing brocade 南京云锦 by 匠仓

changan-moon:

Nanjing brocade 南京云锦 by 匠仓

chinachicinig: 弃置梵经半参禅,欲断前缘尤上心。 笠帽斜,叶影疏,枉将伊人作…

chinachicinig:

弃置梵经半参禅,欲断前缘尤上心。

笠帽斜,叶影疏,枉将伊人作一梦。

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Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

ziseviolet: cfashthings: Source: Weibo Traditi…

ziseviolet:

cfashthings:

Source: Weibo

Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

cfashthings:

cfashthings:

Source: Weibo

Traditional Chinese Hanfu.

jayessart: Mo-dern zu shi    instagram | twi…

jayessart:

Mo-dern zu shi   

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jayessart: Mo-dern zu shi    instagram | tw…

jayessart:

Mo-dern zu shi   

instagram | twitter | weibo

Thank you for the reblog!But I would just like…

Thank you for the reblog!But I would just like to point out that in my art of Zhong Kui, he's not wearing an opera costume. He's wearing the clothes of his middle to late Tang Dynasty origin, give or take some artistic license. The one sleeve bared aesthetic was popular among athletic young men of the time, though they also tucked up the edges of their robes as well. The apples, however, are very much opera-inspired. See if you can name any masks!

I see, thanks for the additional info! I didn’t know that the one sleeve bared aesthetic was popular with athletic young men during the Tang dynasty – very fascinating! 

I’m not very familiar with Chinese opera unfortunately, so I can’t name most of the masks, but I do recognize the Sun Wukong one ^^/