In the mid-to-late 1930s, "cheongsam", which is now called "cheongsam", became popular in Taiwan. 12d5c67a-fee2-491c-85c8-de82067b35e3 Photo Credit: Chen Jin's "Women", 1945 Even though there are some signs of the imperialization movement, the Pacific War has not yet intensified, and long gowns with "Chinese style" (Chinese style) have not yet begun to be banned, so many women who can afford it, Will cut one or two pieces to rush to fashion.
It was not until around 1943, when Taiwan entered a period of air raids due to the war, that the cheongsam disappeared from the streets. Although photo retouching service most of the photos of working women are formal attire in dresses, in the portraits of Chen Jin's "Women" that we refer to, handbags and watches are very distinctive parts. These two items are both in service today. It is a common accessory for professional women, so after thinking for a long time, I still introduce emerging professional women together with gowns.
Taiwan Fashion Magazine, commissioned artist: Kaomoji Western hot blanching In the middle and late period of the Japanese occupation, Taiwan introduced Western perm technology, and many Taiwanese went to Japan to study hair and beauty (beauticians). At that time, the price of perm was about 1/4 or 1/3 of the salary of emerging professional women per month. . Although people were a little discouraged by the steamy clips at first, but after accepting it, they became popular with S-shaped curls and textures with small curls, which made their hairstyles look curly and fashionable. long gown