Vietnamese designer Chan Luu made a name for herself when her trend-setting accessories were spotted on several Hollywood A-listers. Chan Luu wrap bracelets and cashmere silk scarves are often seen in top fashion mags, and they are just the beginning of a full line of jewelry and apparel inspired by the artist's travels. Behind every piece is a story of nature and culture, and with her emphasis on taking old world crafts and making them new, Chan Luu gives each contemporary piece a connection to the past.
WRAP BRACELET GEMSTONE WRAP BRACELET CHAN LUU STYLE BRACELETS CHAN LUU INSPIRED BRACELETS NATURAL STONE WRAP BRACELET BIRTHSTONE WRAP BRACELETS GENUINE LEATHER WRAP 5 STRAND WRAP BRACELETS SUPER LONG WRAP BRACELETS SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL WRAP BRACELET LEATHER TRIPLE WRAP BRACELET SILVER NUGGET WRAP BRACELET
This 3x wrap bracelet features genuine 4mm Hematite rounds. The 2nd wrap has 2 silver accents using non tarnish silver cubed spacer beads and antique silver detailed tube beads. I carefully handwove the stone beads onto 2mm black leather cord with antique silver cut-out button with matching durable nylon thread.
Han Chinese clothing or Hanfu (traditional Chinese: 漢服; simplified Chinese: 汉服; pinyin: hànfú; Wade-Giles: hanfu), also known as Hanzhuang (漢裝), Huafu (華服), or guzhuang (古裝, meaning "ancient clothing"), and sometimes referred in English sources simply as Silk Robe (especially those worn by the gentry) or Chinese Silk Robe refers to the historical dress of the Han Chinese people, which was worn for millennia before the conquest by the Manchus and the establishment of the Qing Dynasty in 1644. The term Hanfu derives from the Book of Han, which says, "then many came to the Court to pay homage and were delighted at the clothing style of the Han [Chinese]."