PH5's clothes are all made in China in an upscale atelier, creating high-end knitwear fashion to empower women

NYC-based Chinese fashion brand PH5 is looking to bring China into the world of high fashion and change perceptions about what “made in China” means. Founder Wei Lin, daughter of a large knitwear manufacturer, and award-winning designer Mijia Zhang have worked to create a line of unconventional knit clothes, combining “whimsical designs with architectural dimensions of knitting techniques.”

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The brand describes itself as leaning towards the edgier side while integrating elements of femininity. The clothes are all made in China in PH5’s atelier, which Forbes has described as a knitwear laboratory where creators combine high design with innovation and technology. The fashion label also has another mission: to empower women, which is apparent in their new Fall/Winter 2018 line modeled by real women who are succeeding in their respective fields.

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NYC-based Chinese fashion brand PH5 is looking to bring China into the world of high fashion and change perceptions about what “made in China” means. Founder Wei Lin, daughter of a large knitwear manufacturer, and award-winning designer Mijia Zhang have worked to create a line of unconventional knit clothes, combining “whimsical designs with architectural dimensions of knitting techniques.”

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