BEIJING, April XNUMX / PRNewswire / - A costume restoration show combining peony flowers with traditional Chinese Hanfu culture began on Wednesday at the Peony Museum in Luoyang, a city with a 1.500-year history of peony growing in central China's Henan Province.
As part of the 39th Luoyang Peony Culture Festival, which runs from April 1st to May 10th to showcase the city's peony culture to visitors, the show is China's first large-scale peony-themed costume restoration show.
During the exhibition, 30 sets of Hanfu, the traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group, from three historical periods, namely the Wei Jin, Tang and Song dynasties, were displayed, offering visitors a visual feast full of historical sediments.
Unlike a conventional fashion show, this costume restoration show connected old Luoyang with today by connecting modern and old times through scenes and including activities like arranging peony flowers and the peony tea ceremony.
According to the Chinese Costume Restoration Team, the producer of the hanfu featured on the show, they have traveled to Luoyang many times to find out the beauty of the costumes in past dynasties. They carefully selected classics from different eras from dozens of cultural relics in the Luoyang Museum and did rigorous research.
"We should continue to intensify archaeological work and historical research, adding vitality to cultural relics and heritage to enrich the history and culture of society," the team said.
As a city with rich cultural relics, Luoyang is committed to bringing cultural relics to life through various activities and to bringing the protection, use, promotion and heritage of cultural relics closer to people's daily lives.
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