Australian Fashion Week Hong Kong style

Ms Bonnie Shek director HKTDC, Designer Hei Lau and Andrew Clark HKTB
Bonnie Shek, model, Designer Charlie Ho, model and Andrew Clark

The Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC) together with the Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) last week showcased the city’s fashion at the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week in Sydney.

In celebrating the launch of HKTB’s Hong Kong summer campaign the company invited media and special guests to an exclusive insight into the world of Hong Kong fashion and showcased four of the city’s elite designers.

Hong Kong Tourism Board regional director Andrew Clark said that during the Hong Kong summer sale there are some fantastic bargain’s to be had, and even more so with the Australian dollar being so strong.

“It’s the Diversity of Hong Kong shopping that makes it unique whether it’s the street stalls, the markets, trendy boutiques and of course the glitzy malls,” Mr Clark said.

“To have Australian Fashion week during our campaign and having four of Hong Kong’s top designers to showcase what they are doing very well in Honk Kong really does compliment and highlight that Hong Kong is the shopping Mecca within the region.”

These exclusively selected Hong Kong born and raised designers Chailie Ho, DoDo Leung, Harrison Wong, and Hei Lau, showcased their collections at the Style Hong Kong runway show during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week.

Ms DoDo Leung designs showcase high end lingerie for today’s modern woman, which in 2009 Mondovi debuted as DoDo Leung’s designer label for high end lingerie couture collection.

Ms Hei Lau brand appeals to sophisticated discerning and stylish woman who want to stand out and dress different.

Mr Harrison Wong launched his first men’s wear collection during Milan fashion week in 2004 and has continued to create and design fashionable clothes for men around the world.

Ms Chailie Ho has dedicated her craft to portraying the beauty of love and feminine tenderness in her designs. Her designs are currently available in Mainland China and Hong Kong.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: S.P
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