Fashion designer exhibits his creation in Paris show

Emerging fashion designer Shih Yu-lin from Taiwan is showcasing women’s fashion under his brand “Yu Lin” in a designers exhibition taking place at the Les Arts Decoratifs museum in Paris.

Themed “Hearts Connect,” Shih’s show in the Zip Zone Paris exhibition features the connection among people and links of the hearts of people. With environment-friendly fabric and other various materials, the meritorious designer created dresses that accentuate the graceful and succinct gestures of women.

“When people keep environmental protection in mind, they will be able to affect the environment surrounding them,” Shih said at the venue. Read more
Courtesy : www.chinapost.com.tw

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