"Shanghai Glamour: New Women 1910s-1940s"

Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)

Until Sun Nov 3 2013

  • Photograph: Courtesy Museum of Chinese in America

    1928 advertisement for Yunshang Fashion Company

  • Black qipao with embroidery, 1930s, Private Collection, New York

  • Photograph: Courtesy Museum of Chinese in America

    Blue qipao, 1940s, Private Collection, New York

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Blue short jacket, 1920s, with black skirt, 1920s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • Cover of Liangyou huabao

  • Photograph: Courtesy C. V. Starr East Asian Library

    Cover of Ling Long magazine, no. 1, 1931

  • Cover of The Young Companion

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Green qipao with printed fabric, 1930s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Grey high-collar jacket, 1910s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Half sleeve purple qi-pao with lace trimmings, 1930s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • High heels

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Ivory Western-style long dress, 1930s (detail), China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Ivory Western-style long dress, 1930s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • Photograph: Courtesy Museum of Chinese in America

    Mesh purse, 1920s, Private Collection, New York

  • Naimei dress

  • Ostrich feather fan

  • Pursues

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Red qipao dress designed by Hua Danni, 1930s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • Shanghai nightlife

  • Photograph: Courtesy China National Silk Museum

    Sheer blue and white qipao, 1930s, China National Silk Museum, Hangzhou

  • T-strap evening sandals ca.1932

  • The famous Paramount in urban Shanghai

Photograph: Courtesy Museum of Chinese in America

1928 advertisement for Yunshang Fashion Company

 
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Venue details

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  • Cross Street:

    between Grand and Howard Sts

  • Venue phone:

    212-619-4785

  • Venue website:

    mocanyc.org

  • Opening hours:

    Tue, Wed, Fri–Sun 11am–6pm; Thu 11am–9pm

  • Transport:

    Subway: J, Z, N, Q, R, 6 to Canal St

  • Price:

    $10, seniors and students $5, children under 12 free. Thu free

  • Map

    1. Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA)
      • 215 Centre St
        Chinatown & Little Italy
        New York
      • 212-619-4785
      • mocanyc.org
      • 40.719339,-73.999036
  • Date Time Price information
  • Thu May 16 2013
    11:00am
    $10, seniors and students $5, children under 12 free. Thursdays free.