Nine-tailed Fox Hanfu

Hanfu(汉服) is a collective name for traditional clothing of ethnic Han, who makes up roughly 92% of Chinese population nowadays.

The design of this look takes inspiration from Ming-Dynasty Hanfu styles and the Chinese mythical entity Nine-tailed fox spirit.

Crossed Hanfu collars form a y shape at the front

This dress style called Ma-mian-qun(马面裙) got its popularity in Ming Dynasty. The feature is framed rectangles in the middle of the front and the back. They are tied together through a waist band with pleated side pieces.

The eyewear in this look is an interpretation of a modern fox spirit.

Fox spirits in ancient eastern myths reflect the demonization of enchanting females in a patriarchal context.

This look had the honour to be featured on Vogue Poland as one of the most beautiful digital costumes in the world article link

digitally worn by BLACKEARS (left) and MeiMei

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