18. 11. 2021
Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2022
Present Innovative Designs for all Fashion beings
Although the epidemic has not completely subsided, since Western countries have begun to adopt "Coexisting with the Coronavirus" as a strategy, and regard the COVID-19 as an endemic disease and no different from other viruses, they have not adopted strict isolation measures. Since we want to coexist with the virus, there is no reason why social life will not return to normal. Therefore, fashion brands will do all they can in the spring and summer of 2022, in order to seize the favor of fashion lovers at this critical moment in this post-epidemic era.
3. 11. 2021
Shenzhen Fashion Week
Shenzhen Fashion Week creates a national fashion carnival
Shenzhen Fashion Week (SZFW) has stepped up its game this year. It not only tried the bi-annual format (previously it held only once a year), but also held 105 shows and conferences during the eight-day event that ended on Monday.
According to Pan Ming, the President of the Shenzhen Fashion Industry Association, this is a record-breaking, an increase of 30% over the previous session. In the past week, a total of 30,000 people participated in the fashion week event, and another 1 million people watched the live online show.
SZFW is keen to take advantage of Shenzhen's advantages as a fashion industry centre, a centre for technological and innovation, and an important part of the China's Grand Plan for the Greater Bay Area Economic Zone (including Hong Kong and Macao) in China.
This week, a 360-degree dome was set up over the catwalk of one of SZFW’s three main locations, and artificial intelligence technology was used to film the show of local giant Ellassay and other brands, so that people watching at home can get a complete immersive experience of each look.
15. 11. 2020
Jewellery & Gem ASIA Hong Kong
24 – 27. 6. 2021 Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong
Asia’s leading jewellery event is refreshing its brand – Jewellery & Gem ASIA Hong Kong, with an exciting line up of exhibitors and special events.
The refreshed visual identity reaffirms the show’s commitment to the jewellery world, and that is to connect and engage with the global jewellery community, inspire true partnership and celebrate the very best that the industry has to offer.
Occupying 70,000 square metres of exhibition space, the fair is strategically divided into specialty pavilions, making sourcing easier for buyers.
10. 10. 2020
Red Dot Award: Product Design 2021
The 2021 Red Dot Award: Product Design will open for submissions on October 12. Designers and companies from all over the world are invited to enter their best products in 50 categories as diverse as medical technology, watches, or packaging.
This year, packaging as well as suitable materials and machines will be admitted to the competition for the first time. The jurors will place special emphasis on the functionality of the solutions when assessing entries in this product group.
The deadline for submissions is January 22, with a late deadline of February 19, 2021.
Photo: Agence France-Presse
10. 10. 2020
Some much-needed Hollywood glamour characterised Virginie Viard’s spring/summer 2021 collection, which ended Paris Fashion Week on an upbeat note.
Covid-19 might have put off celebrities from attending, but the luxury fashion brand’s runway show at the Grand Palais – right before the venue closes for renovations for the Paris Olympics of 2024 – was a dose of much-needed optimism.
Monumental light-bulb encrusted letters spelling CHANEL sparkled over the runway at the Grand Palais on the last day of Paris Fashion Week, prefacing a collection celebrating the cinema industry. It brought a pang of nostalgia for better times during this pared-down virus-hit season that has been notable for its lack of star power.
13. 2. 2018
Design, Exhibition - Singapore Design Week 2018 will run from 5 to 18 March
Now into its 5th edition, the Singapore Design Week (SDW) brings together a collection of local and international design activities in Singapore. Organised by the DesignSingapore Council, the SDW is open to the design community, businesses, design students, public sector officers and the general public.
The annual festival is a celebration of all things design with craft fairs, exhibitions and conferences across the island.
The Singapore Urban Design Festival in Tanjong Pagar and the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village are new to the festival. The latter features installations, workshops and other activities that spill into residents' living rooms.
The executive director of DesignSingapore Council and the festival's organiser, Ms Agnes Kwek said: "We have a lot of people in the design community with a very good reading of what people respond best to. It's time to let the design community be more in the driving seat."