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Do the Avengers Love Their New Colorful Chinese Outfits?

The creative idea for the Avengers' new suits came from this Chinese actress's gown.  (Images: L to R: Sohu.com /Weibo)
The creative idea for the Avengers' new suits came from this Chinese actress's gown. (Images: L to R: Sohu.com /Weibo)

If you are familiar with these country floral prints, you must know they come from Northeast China, where the locals usually have this type of print on their quilts, jackets, pants, and many other things.

So how did the Avengers get their new outfits in this Northeast China country style? The story began with Chinese actress Zhang Xinyu, who showed up at the Cannes Film Festival this May in a gown with these floral prints. (Yes, she’s the one in our featured image, on the left side of course.) Her “tacky” couture soon went viral on Weibo and was joked about by netizens to have “swept the globe.” Since then, netizens began to photoshop all sorts of floral jackets into their selfies, and pictures of comic characters, movie starts, film heroes, etc.

These “new uniforms” of the Avengers were also made by a Chinese netizen called “Qing Hong Zao Le Ge Bai.” He works on designs related to film. He said that he had spent over 8 hours on this set of pictures, and searching for good material took him longer than photoshopping.

Due to the creative ideas and high quality, his works were well received by netizens.

If you haven’t checked him putting Monkey King, the Hobbit, and Lord of the Rings together into the same pictures, you should do it now!

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Captain America. (Image: Weibo)

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Iron Man. (Image: Weibo)

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Black Widow. (Image: Weibo)

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Thor. (Image: Weibo)

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Hawkeye. (Image: Weibo)

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Scarlet Witch. (Image: Weibo)

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Quicksilver. (Image: Weibo)

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Vision. (Image: Weibo)

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The Hulk. (Image: Weibo)

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