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re honest fifty pound statement piece at the met ball bringing the spotlight on chinese designers here in china the reaction to the dress has been violent on social media calling it everything from a pancake to vomit , i caught up with vogue's china editor for a little insight into the country's more adventurous designers and what the appeal is for western stars , is there understanding of chinese because , it's not their fault at least they made an effort to try to understand chinese culture that which is what probably to them it needs something ancient something old that they could tell is unique from what they are used to and i can see that point of view , that also is part of the at the landscape of chinese designs , is that one day our designers will find that creative ways that come marriage the traditional craftsmanship with modern interpretation , this was what the japanese dishonesty it back in the eighties and nineties you know and i feel that we are getting there ten years ago when both with long to china we try to look for three or four time is designed as was what would look decent enough to be next to you all engine alan prada and it was very hot and today we have too many designers and i've got you know limited space