Driven by the new media and the concept of personalized consumption, Han Chinese clothing industry has developed accelerately. The industry effectively spread Han culture by new media such as Tik Tok and Weibo, and cooperated with popular IP to breakthrough the limitations brought by its minority group attribute to achieve customer acquisition. Meanwhile, it developed services such as leasing and photography to realize the integration of the whole industry chain. The amount of Han Chinese clothing lovers in 2019 was 3.56 million, with a year-on-year growth of 74.4%. Consumers have the largest demand for high-end product, with over 70% of consumers spending more than 300 yuan each. The rapid development of Han Chinese clothing market is attributed to expanding market base, high consumption capacity and high user stickiness. The market sales volume in 2019 was 4.52 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 318.5%. As the data of iiMedia Research showed, over 70% of the surveyed users expressed their willingness to buy. The recognition of Han culture improved, therefore the industry may have a high growth in the future. Over 50% of consumers considered that they would not wear Han Chinese clothing on a daily basis, with cumbersome clothing and low public acceptance as the main factors. In the future, the main development direction of Han Chinese clothing industry will be to integrate product with modern daily clothing elements and further expand the use scenes.
From 2014 to 2018, Chinese Hanfu enthusiasts continued to grow, and the proportion of women in their consumer groups increased year by year. Affected by consumption upgrades, consumer demand is becoming more and more personalized, and products that can meet different needs can also show higher premium capabilities. For example, Minghuatang, a high-end brand of Hanfu, usually sells Hanfu singles at around 3,500 yuan, and sets are priced at more than 9,000 yuan. According to the iiMedia Research survey, from the perspective of Hanfu consumers ’purchase motivation, 47.2% of consumers are out of favor of Hanfu culture, and 40.3% of consumers are in pursuit of fashion. It shows that the charm of Hanfu culture is the most attractive to consumers, and the fashion defined by online propaganda such as movie and video is also a major influencing factor for young people to buy Hanfu.