Over 200 international fashion brands and multiple fashion shows will feature at the Hong Kong Trade Development Council’s signature international fashion event, Centrestage, during September 6-9, 2017. The shows include the “Fashionally Collection #10” and “Fashion Hong Kong Runway Show” to spotlight the latest collections from local designers.
On the opening day, online fashion hub Fashionally will present the Fashionally Collection #10 fashion parade, featuring 10 up-and-coming local designers collaborating to showcase Hong Kong’s creativity and design prowess. Participating brands include: Demo (designer: Derek Chan), FromClothingOf (designer: Shirley Wong), Hang (designer: Mim Mak), Ka Wa Key designer: Key Chow and Jarno Leppanen), Kenson (designer: Kenson Tam), Kevin Ho, Kurt Ho, Lapeewee (designer: Yannes Wong), Necro Poon and Nelsonblackle (designer: Nelson Leung).
The 10 brands will also unveil their 2018 Spring/Summer collections at the show.
In addition to fashion shows, the designers of Fashionally Collection #10 will team up with other winning and finalist designers from past Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contests (YDC) and showcase their brands and latest designs to global buyers at Centrestage.
Since 2015, the HKTDC has been organising Hong Kong participation at international fashion weeks under the theme of “Fashion Hong Kong,” including in fashion weeks and major fashion fairs in Tokyo, Copenhagen, New York and Shanghai.
On the first night of Centrestage, following the large-scale opening gala fashion show Centrestage Elites, the HKTDC will stage the “Fashion Hong Kong” Runway Show. Six local designers and their brands featured in past Fashion Hong Kong events will join this fashion parade and launch their 2018 Pre-Spring and Spring/Summer collections. The six designers and brands are: Harrison Wong (designer: Harrison Wong), Kenaxleung (designer: Kenax Leung), Loom Loop (designer: Polly Ho), Doriskath (designer: Doris Kath Chan), Maison Vermillion (designer: Dora Chu), and House Of V (designer: Vickie Au).