Sharpen Your Adaptability for Change with Fashion Asia Digital Series

(From left to right) Andrew Wu, LVMH Greater China Group President and Alex Lam & Wesley Wong, two young guns of Hong Kong’s entertainment industry

Long known to be fast-changing, the fashion industry has once again proved its agility and trailblazing nature in its response to the Covid-19 crisis. To overcome social distancing mandates and other restrictions, leading fashion brands are pioneering digital fashion weeks, VR fashion shows, virtual showrooms and supermodels, among other innovative ways to keep the show going.

Whether you are from the fashion world or not, its innovativeness and adaptability offer much to learn. Fashion Asia Hong Kong recently launched a new initiative, Fashion Asia Digital Series, to invite fashion and brand leaders to share insightful business solutions and actionable perspectives in the form of videos and podcasts. They help you understand and navigate the challenges faced by the global fashion community with a particular focus on the Asian fashion landscape and gain timely insights for free at your fingertips.

Debuting Fashion Asia Digital Series is “In Conversation with Andrew Wu”, in which the LVMH Greater China Group President hosts a fascinating dialogue with Alex Lam and Wesley Wong, two young guns of Hong Kong’s entertainment industry who were both born into show-biz families in the eighties. Andrew picks their brains for how Hong Kong films, TV dramas, cantopop and celebrities have led fashion trends in mainland China since its open-door policy in the early eighties. Alex and Wesley offer a rare glimpse into their early exposure to the local entertainment scene and talk about how their cross-cultural upbringing informs their views on the past and future of the fashion influence of Hong Kong’s show business.

Featured podcasts and videos in Fashion Asia Digital Series

More insightful contents are already up on Fashion Asia’s website: Lucie Finet, Head of Hong Kong and Greater China of Vestiaire Collective, casts light on how fashion businesses can harness consumers’ heightened environmental consciousness in the pandemic to drive circularity in fashion; Chow Tai Fook’s Group Branding General Manager Alan Chan shares how the jewellery retailer acted quickly and strategically to turn the crisis around and found the silver lining. More of the high-profile speakers include Founder and Fashion Director of Manifesto Magazine Jonathan Yee and London/ China Market Editor of WWD Tianwei Zhang. Subscribe Fashion Asia now and get updates straight in your mailbox!

What’s more, Hong Kong Design Centre’s own digital content platform, HKDC Digital Series, is also in the pipeline, with content curated to increase creative confidence and lead design thinking across all sectors. Our videos and podcasts will inspire you on how to use design thinking to innovate your workplace and organisation amidst these trying times, from boosting work-from-home productivity to developing new products and services consumers truly want. Stay tuned to our social media channels for more updates!