A group of Hanfu devotees walk in the streets of Beijing wearing Hanfu to promote the traditional clothes, November 2018.
Members of the Beijing Hanfu Association at an event in August 2018.
Hanfu devotees. Clockwise from top left: Yan Zhenzhen, 23; Deng Xiaofan, 21; Chen Yue, 21; Wang Xin, 25; Xu Gangyu, 23; Yue Qiwu, 24.
A girl, dressed in Hanfu, attends an event promoting Hanfu and traditional Chinese culture with her father in Beijing, August 2018.
Hair accessories are an important component of many Hanfu outfits.
Xu Chulin (R), dressed in Hanfu, walks in the street in Beijing, China, with her friend in July 2018. Xu often wears Hanfu in her daily life.
A Hanfu shop in Beijing.
A woman in Hanfu-style attire posing for photographers this month in the Summer Palace in Beijing.
The Hanfu movement has up to a million followers, mostly women, and mostly in their teens and 20s.
Hanfu enthusiasts at a dinner in Beijing, November 2018.
Hanfu, a retro-style dress that the Han majority wore before Qing Dynasty (1644). In the past few years, China has seen a growing movement to revive Hanfu, with an increasing number of Hanfu devotees wearing the clothes in public, fueled by President Xi's promotion of traditional value.