Hong Kong fashion brand Shanghai Tan returns to Malaysia with a dance-themed womenswear collection

KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 2 — Shanghai Tang, known for its fusion of traditional Chinese aesthetics, has made a welcome return to Malaysia.

Featuring vibrant colors, this Hong Kong fashion brand is built on craftsmanship that blends tradition with modern elegance.

Having established a presence in multiple countries in Asia, Shanghai Tang recently unveiled its new boutique concept at LaLaport Bukit Bintang City Center in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

The boutique preview event was attended by local celebrities including Azreel Ismail, Atisha Khan, Andre Amir and Tong Bin Yu.

Spanning 1,256 square feet, KL Boutique’s design is inspired by the quaint alleyways of Shanghai. Inside the space, visitors are greeted by soft fabrics, exquisite porcelain, and sophisticated lacquerware that showcase the richness of Eastern culture.

Displaying a home collection with a Chinese garden theme Tsuruen Chinoiserie-designed teaware, jewelry boxes, ginger flower diffusers, candles, and more. By depicting natural elements such as rocks, trees, flowers, and cranes, they draw attention to China’s original charm.

The Chinese Garden Home collection includes chinoiserie-designed teaware, jewelry boxes, ginger flower diffusers, and candles. — Photo courtesy of Shanghai Tang

For women’s wear collection dance ceremonyinspired by the work of Chinese dancer Yang Liping. Moonlight dance, to capture the lively movements of a performance. The collection combines Chinese hand-painted floral patterns with Western artifacts to reveal a unique aesthetic.

Free dance is at the heart of the collection, with floral patterns in moonlight yellow and midnight blue printed on mulberry silk using traditional dyeing techniques.

For men reunion The Shanghai Tang collection captures the essence of the joy of family gatherings through a central motif throughout the design.

With the men’s Reunion collection, Shanghai Tang captures the essence of the joy of family gatherings. — Photo courtesy of Shanghai Tang

The collection’s standout pieces are double-stitched wool jackets created to imitate denim and inject Western flair into traditional garments. Western influences are exemplified by elements such as the mandarin collar and distinctive architectural sleeves.

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