Her fashion choices put Chinese design firmly on the map. Peng Liyuan, the wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping, may be promoting Chinese fashion by wearing it, but when it comes to developing modern Chinese style, the industry is forging ahead on its own. China's designers are drawing their inspiration from thousands of years of history and refitting it for modern-day life. But they're also struggling to gain the training and experience to create apparel that can actually sell at home and abroad. Meanwhile, retailers are contending with a fashion market more attuned to high-end international labels than local brands. Join Kristie Lu Stout in Shanghai for a look at the designers and retailers who are helping redefine what it means to be "Made in China." Her guests this month: Chris Chang, Founder and Creative Director of Poesia, a Shanghai-based women's clothing line; Hung Huang, founder of Brand New China, the Beijing-based concept store; and Andrew Keith, President of luxury retailer Lane Crawford.