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HOMEHIGHLIGHT ▸ Fashion Hong Kong shine at London Fashion Week

More great news for Hong Kong’s independent fashion scene: Fashion Hong Kong recently made its debut at London Fashion Week (LFW) with four Hong Kong fashion labels – HEAVEN PLEASE+, HOUSE OF V, Maison Vermillion and METHODOLOGY. By showcasing their Fall/Winter 2018 collections, all four brands illustrated their unique DNA and distinctive character, which together showed the world Hong Kong fashion’s diversity.


To foster the exchange between the UK and Hong Kong fashion industry players, presentations and a cocktail reception was held at Somerset House, where some of the UK’s most influential fashion players admired the collections over drinks.


Having just returned from New York Fashion Week to show  Dă CuòLe Vol. I” HEAVEN PLEASE+ debuted the second part of the collection,“Dă CuòLe Vol. II” (wrong number in English) at LFW. The name of a novel by renowned Hong Kong writer Liu Yichang, design duo Yi Chan and Lary Cheung blended literary ideology with 1950s western fashion styles for a unique collection of Hong Kong high fashion.


Inspired by an extract from the speech of renowned Polish-American architect Daniel Libeskind in 2009, HOUSE OF V’s new collection, “Unexpected/Habitual”, designed by Vickie Au, aims to unite contrasting ideas in her collections, from expressive vs neutral to pointed vs blunt and so on.


Maison Vermillion

Designed by Dora Chu, Maison Vermillion’s latest collection “The Greatest of Thee” took inspiration from the love affair between King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Complemented by Chow Tai Fook’s shimmering jewellery, the collection incorporated Western lace-making techniques with traditional Chinese craftsmanship by partnering with renowned Chinese paper-cutting artist Li Yunxia.


With a strong interest in sustainable fashion design, designer Glori Tsui’s Autumn Winter 2018 collection “Plaid Block” for her label METHODOLOGY celebrates the brand's signature silhouettes in plaid patterns, solid colours and layered textures.


With the opportunity to debut at the first ever London Fashion Week attended by Queen Elizabeth II, Fashion Hong Kong is committed to helping more local fashion labels gain international exposure. Let’s continue to support local fashion!

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