Our Story

OUR
STORY

SINCE 2017

Fashion Summit (Hong Kong) is a result of continuous learning and discovering process, bringing together leading academics, key players from the fashion industry, NGOs, media, decision makers and leaders to achieve sustainable fashion in Asia. Since 2017, annually organised 2-Day International Conference (except for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic). It plays a vital role to provide a sharing platform for participants from around the world to exchange insights on the latest sustainable fashion trends, technology, best practice, solutions, and opportunities.

2022 ONWARDS

Starting from 2022, Fashion Summit (HK) not only focuses on Sustainable Fashion but also on Fashion Designers and Consumers. There will be a series of events, such as 2-Day International Conference, seminars, exhibitions, workshops, guide tours, overseas study mission, etc., for encouraging Fashion Designers to integrate the sustainability concepts into their designs and also to educate Fashion Consumers the sustainable ways for consumption.

A Brand New Theme: Actions to the Sustainability Journey

The theme of Fashion Summit (HK) 2022-2023 is “Actions to the Sustainability Journey”. Sustainability is a progressive journey. It needs actions to change and expedite the pace. What actions have been taken by the fashioners along the journey? Among all those actions, which ones should be reviewed and recognised? It’s time for us to discuss the existing and upcoming sustainability solutions, actions and the cosmopolitan outlook for the fashion industry. We welcome you all to join the Fashion Summit (HK) events to discuss the solutions. Together We Take Actions to the Sustainability Journey!

WELCOME TO FASHION SUMMIT (HK)

We welcome anyone who is interested in Fashion / Sustainability / Design, who wants to be updated with the new technologies, innovation and the latest trends in the Fashion Industry:

Fashion business leaders, entrepreneurs,manufacturers and designers

Fashion consumers

Academics and fashion students

Government policy makers

Non-government organisations and environmental organisations

Members of the Media