As the pandemic continues to put the global fashion industry to test, we are confronted with the questions of what should be the ‘new normal’ and how should we adapt for survival?
Fashion Asia Hong Kong proudly presents you with the newly launched Digital Series, which seeks to offer innovative business solutions, inspire actionable perspectives, and foster cross-disciplinary learning in the trying times that the world is currently going through. In a time where connection is needed more than ever before, the Fashion Asia Digital Series offers free access to insights to help you understand and navigate the challenges faced by the global fashion community with a particular focus on the Asian fashion landscape.
AN ONLINE ARCHIVE OF PAST EDITIONS OF FASHION CHALLENGES FORUM CONVENING INTERNATIONAL SPEAKERS DEBATING CRITICAL ISSUES, FROM CROSS-INDUSTRY COLLABORATION TO THE IMPORTANCE OF TECHNOLOGY.
Andrew WuGroup President, Greater China, LVMH China
Initiatives such as the Greater Bay Area are forging closer ties between China’s key cities.
How has fashion already influenced the fast-evolving Greater China market and transformed Chinese consumers? And how can we predict what’s to come?
Xia DingPresident of JD International Fashion & Head of TOPLIFE
In conversation with Caroline IssaCEO, TANK Group
Through cutting-edge technologies such as artificial Intelligence (AI) and big data, e-tailers
are re-inventing the shopping experience online. An omni-channel expert weighs in on
industry trends and the latest innovations.
UchiideInternational Artistic Director, shu uemura
Ludovic EngrandArtist Relations Manager
Moderated by Caroline IssaCEO, TANK Group
More fashion designers are collaborating with established cosmetics brands to reach a
new audience. The creatives behind some of the most successful partnerships discuss how
a fashion designer can bring a fresh perspective to the world of beauty.
Alexis BonhommeVice President Greater China - Commercial, Farfetch
Grant PearceEditorial Director, GQ Conde Nast Asia Pacific
Lu YanFounder & Owner, COMME MOI
Moderated by Karchun LeungEditor-in-Chief, Numéro China & Modern Weekly Style
As Chinese consumers become more sophisticated, designers and e-tailers need to
shift their focus from creativity to saleability. How do they adapt to changing consumer
behaviours and still maintain their creative edge?
Many fashion creatives attribute their success to building an extended network of close
collaborators. Humberto Leon talks about how his ties to Hong Kong and his “family” have
helped him build a globally-renowned fashion business.
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