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พระเจ้าหลานเธอ พระองค์เจ้าสิริวัณณวรีนารีรัตน์ทรงสำเร็จการศึกษาหลักสูตรการสร้างสรรค์แบบและสไตลิสต์ (Image Design and Stylist) ในสาขาวิชาเอกการออกแบบ/สไตลิสต์ จากสถาบันการออกแบบและตัดเย็บแห่งกรุงปารีส ( L’École de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne) โดยมีนายฟรองซัว โบรกา (François Broca) ผู้อำนวยการสถาบันการออกแบบและตัดเย็บแห่งกรุงปารีสเป็นผู้ถวายประกาศนียบัตรสำเร็จการศึกษา ในการนี้  สมเด็จพระบรมโอรสาธิราชฯ สยามมกุฎราชกุมาร พร้อมด้วยพระเจ้าวรวงศ์เธอ พระองค์เจ้าศรีรัศมิ์ พระวรชายา ในสมเด็จพระบรมโอรสาธิราชฯ สยามมกุฎราชกุมาร และพระเจ้าหลานเธอ พระองค์เจ้าทีปังกรรัศมีโชติ ได้เสด็จฯ  ทรงร่วมงานทรงสำเร็จการศึกษาที่กรุงปารีสด้วย

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2017 held for 48th time during 16-19 January 2017 recently at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre hosted by Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) under the theme "Hall of Games" with new featured zones Fashionable Sportswear and Denim & Casual Wear welcomed more than 15,000 visitors from  77 countries and regions.

 

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19 January 2017 – The 48th edition of Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter ended today at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The four-day fashion fair (16 to 19 January), organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), welcomed some 15,000 buyers from 77 countries and regions.

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HKTDC Deputy Executive Director Benjamin Chau noted that the fashion industry is facing immense challenges amidst economic and political uncertainties and lacklustre retail sales. “In spite of that, Hong Kong companies are versatile and with e-commerce developing steadily, companies can capture the opportunities to turn the situation around. At this year's Fashion Week for Fall/Winter, buyer numbers from Italy, Iran, Germany and Israel saw good growth. This shows that buyers from certain regions are not as cautious as expected and their sourcing sentiment is gradually improving.”

 

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter Closes Tremendous Opportunities Seen in Fashion E-tailing

The 48th Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter (16 to 19 January) at the Hong Kong Convention and
Exhibition Centre welcomes some 15,000 buyers from 77 countries and regions

 

Buyers from emerging markets more upbeat

In general, buyers from emerging markets demonstrated a more positive sourcing sentiment during the fair. Muhammad Yasin, owner of United Arab Emirates’ company Imperial Clothing FZE, said he had visited more than a hundred exhibitors on just the first day of the show, and had identified about 15 potential suppliers from Hong Kong, the Chinese mainland, Vietnam and Pakistan. He expected to work with two of the companies and initial orders would be worth about US$10,000.

 

Israeli buyer Moshe Silverstain said that, after the fair, he would visit some of the supplier’s factories in Nanjing. He expected to place orders for 12,000 raincoats and 20,000 denim trousers.

 

Russian company Forward Ltd, which supplies sports uniforms for Russian national teams, visited the fair. The company’s Head of Logistics Department, Ruben Nariyants, said his company had found three potential suppliers from the mainland. To facilitate smooth delivery to Russia, Mr Nariyants said his company is willing to offer logistics assistance; and he expected to finalise cooperation arrangements soon.

 

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter Closes Tremendous Opportunities Seen in Fashion E-tailing

Companies from Italy (top) and Sweden (below) make their debut at this year’s show

 

Hong Kong’s designer collections in demand

Hong Kong Fashion Week has long been a launch pad for up-and-coming young designers to showcase their designs to international buyers. This year, the HKTDC organised two FASHIONALLY COLLECTION shows to spotlight emerging local designers from 14 fashion labels. Buyer Takayuki Kubota from renowned Japanese fashion group H.P. France said he had found suitable Hong Kong designer collections through the FASHIONALLY COLLECTION shows and expected to place initial orders of five to ten styles per brand. He was glad that Hong Kong designers were willing to accept small-quantity orders.

 

Yi Gao, owner of Shenzhen designer brand store MR. TOP, found Hong Kong designer brand Lapeewee’s designs fashionable and wearable. He said his company is likely to conclude business deals with the brand very soon.

 

Singaporean buyer and designer Samuel Wong said customers in Singapore are receptive to designer brands. He attended the fair to source designer collections and was in talks with Hong Kong label MODEMENT for its women’s and men’s apparel.

 

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter Closes Tremendous Opportunities Seen in Fashion E-tailing

The HKTDC’s local fashion website FASHIONALLY presents two fashion shows on the first day of the fair:
FASHIONALLY COLLECTION #8 and FASHIONALLY COLLECTION #9

 

Online store buyers becoming a new force

Online shopping has been growing in popularity in recent years and there has been an explosion of fashion e-shops, which are becoming a new force driving consumption. Korean department store Shinsegae has opened an e-shop to capture the opportunities in online shopping. Mae Hong, the company’s Buying Manager, said she came to Hong Kong Fashion Week for the first time to look for blouses and knitwear for kids and adults. She had found three potential suppliers on the first day and was in advanced talks with them. If her requirements were met, she would buy at least 1,000 pieces per item.

 

Nitin V Tewari, Senior Manager of Flipkart, a leading e-commerce company in India, also visited the fair for the first time. He claimed that fashion is one of their biggest business segments. Through the fair, he hoped to find new brands and OEM manufacturers and he had already identified a number of suitable bags and sportswear brands. He anticipated the purchasing amount would be between US$50,000 to US$100,000 per order, after further discussions.

 

Online shopping is also popular in Central Europe. Iva Turečková, Project Manager of Czech company SLK Trade s.r.o, said her company is a young but fast-growing e-tailer selling women’s underwear in Central Europe. She said she came to Hong Kong to source different underwear brands and to seek opportunities to expand their business by becoming the distributor of brands from Hong Kong and other countries. Through the HKTDC’s business matching sessions, the company had found two potential underwear suppliers and would pursue negotiations with them.

 

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter Closes Tremendous Opportunities Seen in Fashion E-tailing

The Brand Collections’ Show on the second day of the fair showcases Ika Butoni’s womenswear collections (left)
and Chinese Arts & Crafts’ house brand Artistic Palace’s traditional Chinese clothing and high-end bespoke collections (right)

 

Fashion seminar explores “Omni-Channel Retailing” opportunities

ZALORA’s Head of Acquisition, Giovanni Maria Musillo, spoke at the seminar titled “ZALORA: Navigating the Wave of Omni-Channel Retailing” and shared their keys to success and the opportunities in omni-channel retailing. He said ZALORA is a leading fashion e-tailer in Asia with a presence in Hong Kong, Australia, Taiwan, Malaysia, Brunei, Singapore, the Philippines and Indonesia. The website attracts some 30 million visits each month. “Localisation is key to ZALORA’s success. We offer different languages and interfaces to suit different markets’ needs,” he said. “We also ensure that consumers from different countries and regions can settle payments efficiently. These have helped to accelerate ZALORA’s growth.

 

“Smart phone penetration in Southeast Asia is set to exceed 100 per cent by 2019 and that is conducive to e-commerce development. It is also expected that the market share of fashion in e-commerce would double from four per cent in 2015 to eight per cent in 2019. All these signify immense business opportunities. With the ‘Korean wave’ sweeping across Asia and Europe in recent years, ZALORA is also actively sourcing different Korean brands to further capture the opportunities.”

 

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter Closes Tremendous Opportunities Seen in Fashion E-tailing

More than 20 events are held during Fashion Week for Fall/Winter, including fashion shows, trend forecasting
seminars, thematic forums and networking receptions

 

HKTDC’s CENTRESTAGE to return in September

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter gathered more than 1,500 exhibitors from 21 countries and regions to showcase the latest fashion collections of international brands, garment, accessories, fabrics and sewing supplies. More than 20 fashion events were organised during Fashion Week, including 10 fashion shows as well as industry seminars and networking activities. The Hong Kong Fashion Week for Spring/Summer will be held from 10 to 13 July, while the second edition of CENTRESTAGE will run from 6 to 9 September. CENTRESTAGE aims to provide an ideal promotion platform for Asian and international fashion brands and designers, further solidifying Hong Kong’s position as a fashion capital in Asia.

 

 

Fair Websites:
Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter: http://www.hktdc.com/fair/hkfashionweekfw-en/
Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest (YDC): http://www.fashionally.com/en/YDC/about

CENTRESTAGE: http://www.centrestage.com.hk

Hong Kong Fashion Week for Spring/Summer: http://www.hktdc.com/fair/hkfashionweekss-en/

 

 

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งานแสดงสินค้าแฟชั่น Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter ซึ่งจะจัดขึ้นเป็นครั้งที่ 48 ระหว่างวันที่ 16-19 มกราคม 2017 ณ ศูนย์แสดงสินค้า Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre จะมีผู้จำหน่ายกว่า 1,500 รายจากทั่วโลกมาออกบูธสินค้าทั้งเครื่องนุ่มห่มต้อนรับซีซั่นที่กำลังจะมาถึง อุปกรณ์ประดับตกแต่ง แอคเซสเซอรี่ ผ้าผืนและบริการด้านต่างๆ สำหรับวงการแฟชั่นอย่างครบครัน

 

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อัพเดทเทรนด์ล่าสุดในงาน Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2017

 

แฟร์ครั้งนี้แบ่งออกเป็นโซนที่น่าสนใจต่างๆ มากกว่า 20 โซน อาทิ Denim Arcade, Men in Style, Cashmere & Wool, Thermal Clothing, Fashion Accessories, Fabrics & Yarn พร้อมโซนใหม่ล่าสุด Fashionable Sportswear  และ Casual Wear เพื่อให้ตอบรับกับกระแสตลาดในปัจจุบัน  และยังมี the International Fashion Designers’ Showcase นำเสนอคอลเลกชั่นของนักออกแบบจากหลากหลายประเทศ

 

อัพเดทเทรนด์ล่าสุดในงาน Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2017

 

ความตื่นตัวในการดูแลสุขภาพ ทำให้ผู้บริโภคหันมาใส่ใจกิจกรรมการออกกำลังกายเพิ่มขึ้น ทำให้ความต้องการของชุดเสื้อผ้าสำหรับเล่นกีฬาหรือทำกิจกรรมในยิม ฟิตเนส หรือ outdoor ต่างๆ เติบโตขึ้นอย่างมากในช่วงหลายปีที่ผ่านมา และยังมีแนวโน้มที่จะโตอย่างต่อเนื่อง นอกเหนือจากความเบาสบาย ความคล่องตัวในการสวมใส่แล้ว ดีไซน์ของชุดก็มีความสำคัญไม่แพ้กัน  สภาพัฒนาการค้าฮ่องกง (HKTDC) ในฐานะผู้จัดงานเล็งเห็นถึงตลาดที่กำลังน่าจับมองนี้  จึงได้เปิดตัวโซน Fashional Sportwear เป็นครั้งแรก

 

อัพเดทเทรนด์ล่าสุดในงาน Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2017

 

สำหรับโซน Casual Wear บายเออร์จะได้พบกับแฟชั่นล่าสุดในวงการเสื้อผ้าลำลองที่กำลังเป็นที่นิยมเพิ่มมากขึ้น  แบรนด์ดังๆ จากทั่วโลกให้ความสำคัญกับตลาดนี้ ที่มีแนวโน้มเติบโตอย่างชัดเจน  ดังนั้นนักธุรกิจที่ต้องการขยายกลุ่มสินค้า Casual Wear ไม่ควรพลาด

 

อัพเดทเทรนด์ล่าสุดในงาน Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2017

 

ภายในงานยังมีแฟชั่นโชว์นำเสนอการออกแบบล่าสุดของแบรนด์ที่โดดเด่นในเอเชีย ไม่ว่าจะเป็น Brand Collections’ Show, Designer’s Collection Show และ Fashionally Collection ซึ่งเป็นผลงานดีไซนเนอร์ชาวฮ่องกง โปรแกรมสัมมนาและฟอรั่มอัพเดทข่าวสารและความรู้ในแวดวงแฟชั่น เวทีอภิปรายรับฟังมุมมองจากนักธุรกิจผู้มีประสบการณ์ที่เป็นประโยชน์ต่อบายเออร์ ผู้ค้า ผู้ผลิต และ Networking Reception ช่วงเวลาสังสรรค์เพื่อพบปะและแลกเปลี่ยนข้อมูลในวงการแฟชั่น

 

ข้อมูลเพิ่มเติม: http://www.hktdc.com/fair/hkfashionweekfw-en

 

วันที่ 5 เมษายน 2559 ที่โรงแรมอีสติน แกรนด์ สาทร องค์การสภาพัฒนาการค้าฮ่องกง หรือ HKTDC  (Hong Kong Trade Development Council) ได้จัดงานสัมมนาหัวข้อ “How To Seize Opportunities To Expand Your Fashion Business” และได้รับเกียรติจาก คุณยุทธนา ศิลป์สรรค์วิชช์ เลขาธิการสมาคมอุตสาหกรรมเครื่องนุ่งห่มไทย กล่าวเปิดงานสัมมนากับผู้ประกอบการด้านแฟชั่น โดยมี 3 วิทยากรให้ข้อคิดเห็นในการขยายธุรกิจแฟชั่นดังนี้

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The 47th Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter ended its four-day run at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre today. Organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), the fair (18-21 January) attracted nearly 18,000 buyers from 93 countries and regions.

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งานแสดงสินค้าแฟชั่น Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2016 ซึ่งจัดเป็นครั้งที่ 47 ระหว่างวันที่ 18-21 มกราคม 2559 ที่ผ่านมา ณ ศูนย์แสดงสินค้า Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre จัดโดย Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) ได้รับความสนใจจากผู้เข้าชมกว่า 18,000 คนจาก 93 ประเทศทั่วโลก

 

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FASHIONALLY COLLECTION #6 launched a collection of women’s wear for the 2016 fall/winter season, with participating designers including 112mountainyam (designer: Mountain Yam), Blind by JW (designer: Walter Kong, Jessica Lau), Effie Hung, FromClothingOf (designer: Shirley Wong), HANG (designer: Mim Mak), KEVIN HO, Lapeewee (designer: Yannes Wong), and SHERMAN KWAN in Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2016 during January 18-21.

 

(1) Mountain Yam (www.mountainyam.com) graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and went on to obtain his Master’s Degree in fashion design. He was an exchange student at the Fashion Institute of Technologies (FIT) in New York and an intern in the French trend-forecasting company Peclers. In 2008, Mountain Yam was awarded Overall Winner of the Design A Bag Competition and a finalist of the YDC2010. In 2014, Mountain was named by Perspective Magazine among the “40 under 40 Recognising High-Flying Design Talents of Today & Tomorrow.” In 2015, he received the Dynamic Style Icon Award, presented by Jessica Code magazine.

 

Mountain now has two brands, the couture, made-to-order MOUNTAIN YAM and a ready-to-wear fashion label 112 mountainyam, which has expanded to include menswear and handbags. Mountain’s clients include celebrities Karen Mok, Shino Lin, Kay Tse, Helena Law, Shirley Yeung, Aimee Chan, Kate Tsui and Angelababy. In 2013, 112 mountainyam debuted at Paris Fashion Week and in the Netherlands.

 

(2) Blind by JW was founded in 2012 by design duo Walter and Jessica Lau (http://www.blindbyjw.tk/), who use blinds as an analogy to the opening up of a dream world.  Sharing the same passion and vision for fashion, Walter and Jessica through Blind by JW explore intricate hand drawn techniques to open up an enchanted world in their work. With two seasonal collections each year, Blind by JW’s designs can easily be mixed and matched for a variety of occasions.  Walter graduated from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2007 and won the YDC Overall Winner in the same year.  Jessica graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and was named “Best Emerging Fashion Designer 2009” in London by the creative group Artstalker.

 

(3) After dedicating nine years working for several luxury fashion brands, Effie Hung (www.effiehung.com) launched her own independent fashion label, Effie Hung.  The label is a journey of exploring the possibility of finding harmony between two extremes; when technology meets art, when classic twists with modernity, conceptual meets wearable aesthetic, architectural with softness. Her woman is free, energetic and intelligent. Youthful sprite, affordability and wearability are essential to the label.

 

Effie studied fashion design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, graduating with First Class Honours. She was a YDC winner in the Party wear Category , and second runner up, in the 2006 Fur Design Competition.  She’s a recipient of the William T.L. Yao Memorial Scholarship, Dr. Y.K. Ching Traveling Scholarship and Koo’s Fashion Scholarship.

 

(4) Lapeewee (www.lapeewee.com) is a Hong Kong fashion brand founded in 2013 by Yannes Wong and her partner Stephanie Wong. They believe that creativity and innovative ideas are the soul of living, every single little thing is indispensable for the creative process. Simple, meticulous and exquisite finishing is the main philosophy of their designs to deliver the true meaning of fashion.

 

Yannes was a YDC finalist in 2014. She worked at the haute couture brand “Cecilia Yau Couture” after graduating from a local traditional design institution - Caritas Bianchi College of Careers. To her, fashion is not just clothing but an attitude.  This is reflected in her designs where clean cut and A-line dresses express a strong and suave femininity.  The use of fabric collages gives each outfit a more textured feel and a sense of playfulness.  It strikes a perfect balance between strong and gentle - what femininity is about.

 

(5) KEVIN HO (www.kevinho.com.hk), the label, was launched in 2015. It is a luxury womenswear label, which embraces sophistication, individuality and modernity. Kevin expresses these elements through designs that are fused with a sense of power and delicacy. Kevin explores this vision by creating statement pieces that combines structural silhouette with distinctive textile. It is his atypical craftsmanship that delivers a cutting edge and unique style to a modern woman.

 

Kevin Ho graduated from the London College of Fashion, specialising in womenswear. Before returning to Hong Kong, Kevin interned with a semi-couture British label, Yong, which allowed him to develop and hone his expertise in atypical craftsmanship. Kevin debuted with his collection “The Crossing” and received the the Party and Eveningwear award in YDC2015.

 

(6) Mim's label HANG (www.hanggggggg.com) - the German word for “slope” - launched in 2012, offering experimental yet wearable clothing. A lover of black, Mim won the 2012 YDC Overall Winner and Party & Evening Wear Group prizes with her collection in contrasting black neoprene and fluorescent chiffon. Mim’s avant-garde label is defined by sharp contrasts in fabric, colour, cutting, shape and silhouette, which typify her style.  In 2014, she was invited to represent Hong Kong in the Asia Fashion Collection show, organised by Parco Department Store and Vantan Inc, in Tokyo and New York. The latest HANG collection is available at Hong Kong fashion store D-mop.

 

(7) Sherman Kwan ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) founded her eponymous brand in 2015. The founder started designing with unique and innovative notions. Sherman stands for Step out of the Box’ and discovers new ideas from conservative beliefs, which are reflected in her experimental design with distinctive cutting.

 

(8) A graduate of Nottingham Trent University, Shirley Wong ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it ) excels at handmade knits with structural details. Before setting up her own label FromClothingOf this year, Shirley was a costume designer at Television Broadcast for four years. Her collection “nowhere women: nowhere fashion” was a finalist at the Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest in 2014. Her first debut collection, launched in 2015 summer, featured a unisex style with neutral toned fabrics, such as black, white and dark blue, and will experiment with patchwork.

 

 

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FASHIONALLY COLLECTION #5 MENSWEAR displayed menswear for the 2016 fall/winter season, with participating designers including DEMO (designer: Derek Chan), kenaxleung, KURT HO and MODEMENT (designer: Aries Sin) in recent Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter 2016 during January 18-21.

 

(1) Derek Chan (www.demofashion.com) is a YDC (Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest)  finalist in 2012. Straddling both science and artistic spirit, Derek finds his balance in both sides. Contemporary Classic” is his new formula for fashion. His design is balanced between classic style with modern adjustments. DEMO. means a DEMONSTRATION of fashion by one’s character. Derek believes that fashion is a way to express one’s personal lifestyle and mood. In 2014, DEMO. featured in Austria’s Next Top Models. He has just graduated at Hong Kong Polytechnic University for a master’s of Philosophy in Fashion and Textile Design to fulfill his dream of combining Science and Fashion together to create a product for his fashion experiment.

 

(2) Kenax LEUNG (www.kenaxleung.com) obtained his Master of Art in Fashion Design from Polytechnic University of Hong Kong in 2012, and won the YDC - Casual & Jeans-wear Group in the same year.  kenaxleung's high street wear comes alive with graffiti, architecture, craftsmanship and art installations as inspiration.   Beginning from the first season, combination of innovative materials and exquisite digital print is the signature of Kenax’s design.   His collections had been shown in Paris, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Singapore, Shanghai, Beijing and Hong Kong.   He had been styling and tailor-making costume for various celebrities and recording artists, including Eason Chan, Anthony Wong, Hins Cheung, Louis Cheung, Kay Tse, Landy Wen and etc.

 

(3) 2014 YDC finalist Kurt Ho (http://www.kurtho.co.uk/) launched his label in the same year. He was recently selected to represent Hong Kong to showcase his latest collection at the Asia Fashion Collection (AFC) in Tokyo and New York.

 

(4) Before earning her Higher Diploma of Fashion Design and Product Development from the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI) in 2008, Aries Sin (www.modement.hk) was already a design enthusiast with a number of awards and achievements, including an overseas internship at Peclers Paris.  In 2010, she set up her company producing two labels MODEMENT and MODEMENT COUTURE.  In 2013, she was selected by Perspective magazine as one of the “40 under 40” design talents, and received the bronze award at “Design for Asia 2013”.  In 2014, with support from the HKDI, Aries along with three other alumni of the Institute, collaborated with Joyce Boutique in a project called “Joyce Talent Shop,” which showcased   at the PMQ creative hub. Aries' unique unisex collections have attracted attention of celebrities, including singers Miriam Yeung, Denise Ho and Andy Hui.

 

 

 

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07 Sep 16

CENTRESTAGE

CENTRESTAGE

Hosted by Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) from September 7-10, 2016 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, CENTRESTAGE will feature Branded Fashion Products and Related Accessories with 4 major exhibit categories:

 

GLAM Top brands that exemplify hallmark of quality
ALLURE Sophisticated styles that captivate the senses
METRO Trendy and sporty designs for cosmopolites
FORWARD The future is now. New labels, youthful brands


More information: http://www.centrestage.com.hk/

 

07 Sep 16

CENTRESTAGE

CENTRESTAGE

Hosted by Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) from September 7-10, 2016 at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, CENTRESTAGE will feature Branded Fashion Products and Related Accessories with 4 major exhibit categories:

 

GLAM Top brands that exemplify hallmark of quality
ALLURE Sophisticated styles that captivate the senses
METRO Trendy and sporty designs for cosmopolites
FORWARD The future is now. New labels, youthful brands


More information: http://www.centrestage.com.hk/