Live: Spring/Summer 2023 Shanghai Fashion Week resumes offline shows

Live: spring/summer 2023 shanghai fashion week resumes offline shows

CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Spring/Summer 2023 Shanghai Fashion Week resumes offline shows” – below is their description.

Shanghai Fashion Week is a fashion event held twice every year in Shanghai, due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it was held online for the first time in June. As Shanghai is walking out of the COVID-19 outbreak in the first half of the year, the Spring/Summer 2023 Shanghai Fashion Week resumes offline and will begin on Thursday. Join CGTN for a closer look at the latest fashion trend in China. #CGTNOnSite

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