Fashion Hong Kong AW16- Copenhagen Fashion Week | Hong Kong Fashion

Designer Doris Kath Chan makes her return to Copenhagen Fashion Week for Hong Kong Fashion.  Along with designer Kenax Leung and Lulu Cheung the three Hong Kong designers showcased their collections during the Copenhagen Fashion week and CIFF Copenhagen International Fashion Fair. 

LuLu Cheung

Lulu Cheung Fashion Hong Kong AW16 image credit Copenhagen Fashion Week

Lulu’s collection draws inspiration from ballet.

Her designs conjure a carefree and buoyant feminine beauty with down-to-earth practicality. LU LU CHEUNG’s “Flow” collection is inspired by the movement of Ballet, with the harmonic mood and peaceful rhythms. Together, they illustrate post-romanticism and the power of human body.

Hong Kong is regarded as the fashion capital of Asia, well-respected for its design talent, high quality products and international outlook.  Apart from the fashion show, Fashion Hong Kong Gallery at the Copenhagen International Fashion Fair (CIFF) at Bella Center (Style Setters Bungalows, C4-109) will present the work of the three show design labels and more fashion accessories brands to the buyers, media and fashionistas.

Kenax Leung

Be not so gentle, is inspired by sculptor Mel Kendrick.

Featuring unique printings, the use of textiles and new shapes in its designs, KENAXLEUNG creates something unique with the approach of “To design a collection with experimentation”. Inspired by an artist named Mel Kendrick, the founder and the soul of the brand – Kenax Leung combines sculpture-works craftsmanship with the youth culture into his new collection “BE NOT SO GENTLE”.

Doris Kath Chan

Little by Little it’s said to symbolized a fresh start in life.

her label – DORISKATH which is known as unique, exquisite and best reflecting the personality and essence of every lady.  Her AW16 collection “Little by Little” will bring us all back to the innocent elements of the fresh start of life. The first sight, first sensation and first move are depicted in the collection by intricate passage and layers. 

Image credit Copenhagen Fashion Week