2Outline What is Hanfu? The History of Hanfu Different Styles of Hanfu The Influences of Hanfu
3IntroductionHanfu (simplified Chinese: 汉服; traditional Chinese: 漢服) or Han Chinese Clothing, also sometimes known as Hanzhuang (漢裝), Huafu (華服).Hanfu refers to the pre-17th century traditional clothing of the Han nationality (汉族).
4contentHanfu has a history of more than three millennia, and is said to have been worn by the legendary Yellow Emperor.Hanfu was made from silk, supposedly discovered by the Yellow Emperor’s wife, Leizu.It was worn by Han people from the Xia Dynasty (c. 21st century BC - 16th century BC) all the way to the Ming Dynasty ( ).
5The Shang Dynasty (c.1600 BC-1000 BC) It consisted of a yi, a narrow-cuffed, knee-length tunic tied with a sash, and a narrow, ankle-length skirt, called chang（裳）.上衣下裳制
6The Zhou DynastyHanfu became looser, with the introduction of wide sleeves and jade decorations hung from the sash which served to keep the yi closed.The yi was essentially wrapped over, in a style known as jiaoling(交领）youren（右衽）.
7the Spring and Autumn Period shenyi (深衣）and "deep robe"(paofu) appeared.
13Qing DynastyIn the 17th Century, the Manchu Qing Dynasty began to rule China,they created a policy which was called Barber & Changing clothes(剃发易服).All Chinese would adopt Manchurian hairstyles and clothes.Hanfu disappeared.
14Standard Style of Hanfu Yi (衣): Any open cross-collar garment, and worn by both sexesQun (裙) or chang (裳): Skirt for women and menPao (袍): Any closed full-body garment, worn only by men in HanfuRu (襦): Open cross-collar shirtShan (衫): Open cross-collar shirt or jacket that is worn over the yiKu (裤): Trousers or pantsDecoration(装饰）：tassels and jade pendants hung from the belt or sash, known as pei (珮)
15Shenyi(深衣)—— quju (曲裾) A type of Han Chinese clothing commonly worn from the pre-Shang periods to the Han Dynasty. This form is known as the quju (曲裾) and worn primarily by women.
22contentHanfu has significantly shaped the styles of traditional costumes of some Asian countries.Korea Hanbok and Japanese Kimono.These clothings have common feature: cross collar, tying to the right and wide sleeve.