In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

August 10, 2017
Editor: Amanda Wu

A series of unique photos showing well-dressed Chinese women as captured by foreign visitors in the 80s has recently come to light.

 

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A woman in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province (Photo by Ader Vander in 1985) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A woman rides a bike in Beijing. (Photo by Ader Vander in 1985) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A woman in a red dress rides a bike in Shanghai. (Photo by Virtual Cities in 1980) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

Two women share an umbrella in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province. (Photo by Michael Jardine in 1980) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A couple of young lovers pose for a photo in a park near the Forbidden City in Beijing. (Photo by Blair Stirrett in 1983) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A woman poses in a park in Guilin, a scenic city in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. (Photo by Jmbaud in 1984) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A woman walks near Beijing Railway Station (Photo by Michel Peterlin in 1988) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

Young women in a park in southwest China's Chongqing (Photo by Bruno Barbey in 1980) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

In Pictures: 80s Fashion Sense of Chinese Women

A mother holds her child in Guilin, Guangxi. (Photo by Ader Vander in 1985) [jiuyingge at WeChat]

 

(Source: jiuyingge at WeChat/Translated and edited by Women of China)

 

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