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Nov 18, 201910:14pm

Centrestage fair challenges the Hong Kong crisis with a new edition in September

The fair, organized by the Hong Kong Trade Development Center (Hktdc), will summon around 240 brands for its next edition in the installations of the Hong Kong Convention&Exhibition Center.

Aug 27, 2019 — 4:33pm
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The Centrestage fair challenges the Hong Kong crisis with a new edition in September

 

 

Centrestage challenges the Hong Kong crisis. The fashion fair of the city continues its schedule planed for the 4-7 of September, despite the riots presented the last couple of weeks in the region.

 

The organization of the event, the Hong Kong Trade Development Center (Hktdc), has stated that the fair will be back to the Hong Kong Convention&Exhibition Center and that in this occasion, it will gather 240 brands, a similar number to the previous edition.

 

In its previous edition, the event counted with the participation of 230 brands from 22 countries and a total of 8,700 attendees coming from 80 countries around the world. The fair has as a motto this year Future Tribes, and organized its offer in three areas: Metro, for urban fashion; Iconic, for contemporary designs and Allure for craftsmanship.

 

At the same time, the fair organizes an opening runway show, Centrestage Elits Opening Gala Show, where designers Anaïs Mak and Joseph Altuzarra will participate. It will also count with an award for young designers that has as a jury Kenzo Takada or Vivienne Tam, amongst others.

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