Hong Kong Fashion Show Concludes Successfully at Offbeat Venue

September 8, 2014

Small-scale premium fashion trade show, The Hub, attracted more than 200 buyers to its recently concluded third edition in Hong Kong. Venturing away from its original home at the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE), the show was held at the D2 Place in Hong Kong’s warehouse district from 27th to 28th August 2014.

This edition of The Hub attracted around 100 fashion brands and designers to showcase their latest collections including a host of American and European labels and the likes of Vega Zaishi Wang from China and Indonesia’s Dana Maulana. Notable buyers representing major retailers were also in attendance over the two-day show.

Richard Hobbs, co-founder of The Hub, was quoted saying, “When we started, the vision was to bring international fashion brands to Asia. The difference that we’ve seen [this year] is a lot of interest from both local and regional designers who needed a place to showcase themselves.”

The Hub is organised by Entrepot Asia. U.K.-based fashion trade show organiser ITE Moda, a subsidiary of ITE Group, owns a 20% stake in The Hub.

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