Cheongsam (Qipao) of Military Dependents’ Villages

After three years and four months of study, he was able to master the craft and the female owner was a Cantonese-Khmer overseas Chinese that came to Taipei to study western clothing. The cheongsams worn by the mothers at the time are different from the body shape of the waist that we see today. The waist circumference is more relaxed and convenient for family labor. The most obvious difference is the cutting of the front button and the chest line. During the blueprint of the dress, LI, the boss, drew the curve by hand and explained the code word system which was passed down by the master.

Photo by LU Guo-Way
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