Hong Kong Fashion Week

Hong Kong
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14 January 2019 to 17 January 2019

Hong Kong Fashion Week

Wan Chai
Hong Kong
Hong Kong S.A.R., China

The 50th Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/Winter, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), will be held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. The show will welcome more than 1,500 exhibitors from 19 countries and regions, showcasing the latest collections and fashion designs from international brands and an assortment of fabrics and accessories.

Under the theme “Hall of Games”, this year’s Fashion Week for Fall/Winter will incorporate board game elements throughout the fairground to enhance the ambience. During the show, the HKTDC will organise about 20 fashion events, including fashion shows, trend forecasting seminars, buyer forums and networking receptions, providing an excellent platform for buyers to gather the latest market intelligence and source fashion products and accessories.

Thematic zones to meet specific sourcing needs

Countries making their debut at the Fashion Week this year include Italy, Pakistan and Sweden. There will be five pavilions at the fair representing India, Indonesia, Japan, Macau and Pakistan. To help buyers easily identify relevant products and suppliers, the fair will feature a number of thematic zones, including two new zones: Fashionable Sportswear and Denim & Casual Wear. The former will showcase the latest styles for fitness, yoga, and other sports activities while the latter will allow buyers to explore trendy designs for a relaxed lifestyle.

Other highlight zones include Emporium de Mode, dedicated to presenting stylish and distinctive top brands; International Fashion Designers’ Showcase, which will present global designer collections; and Fashion Gallery, which will feature mid- to high-end fashion; as well as Men In Style and Fabrics & Yarn.

Young design talents set to shine

Ten fashion shows, including designers’ collection and brand collection shows will be held during the four-day event. Local fashion website FASHIONALLY will present two fashion shows, inviting young designers from 14 fashion labels to showcase local design talent. Participants will include established names as well as first-time participants, such as Jane Ng, Yeung Chin, Kenson Tam, Winnie Chen and Key Chow.