The HKTDC Hong Kong Fashion Week for fall/winter 2014/15 together with the HKTDC World comes boutique, Hong Kong 2014 loud punk-style or classy look in light pastel shades as consumers still on the current autumn / winter collection a, the next on the catwalk presents trends and issues of the designers for next autumn / winter season. What trends and issues have created the designers for next autumn / winter season, presents the HKTDC Hong Kong Fashion Week for fall/winter 2014/15 together with the HKTDC World from 13 to 16 January 2014 boutique, Hong Kong 2014. The Hong Kong fashion fair serves not only the sourcing, but also as a stepping stone to the Asian growth markets. Also join in the cosmopolitan fashion metropolis Hong Kong influences from East and West and unleash creative potential. The two Hong Kong fashion fairs show this at the same time in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC) on a total area of nearly 50,000 square meters. While the Hong Kong Fashion Week for Fall/winter 2014 includes the whole fashion range from basics to brand manufacturing, sets the HKTDC World boutique, Hong Kong 2014 on designer labels. In January 2013, total 1840 exhibitors from 25 countries presented collections and accessories for all market segments. About 38,000 international trade visitors, 14 percent more than 2012, used the industry event for sourcing, information networking platform (see HKTDC press release).
The next round of both fairs in January 2014, the organizers expected a similarly high level of participation (see statistics). Learn which exhibitors at the upcoming exhibition present their latest collections, trends, and labels for the coming autumn winter season, the Exhibitor profiles. “” Customer needs newly implemented at fashion week are the three exhibition areas activewear”, packaging and design”and wool & cashmere”. Fill the needs of the market and the customers invoice. The zones introduced in the past few years denim arcade”feast of fashion jewellery, infant & children’s “” Wear”, men in style” and Salon of scarves and shawls “remain, there very well adopted, still exist.