活動 VI

時尚高峰(香港) 2023

Take Action on Ocean Conservation

日期 2023年6月XX日 (星期五)
時間 下午2時至6時
地點WWF-Hong Kong Hoi Ha Wan Marine Life Centre
新界西貢海下村二號A一樓
集合時間集合時間︰ 1:30 p.m.
製衣業訓練局(CITA)地下研討室
九龍灣大業街63號
CITA位置
交通安排 免費旅遊巴接載來回製衣業訓練局及海下灣
語言粵語
對象報名人士必須已年滿18歲 (以活動日期計算)
費用 費用全免 (包括旅遊巴接載及保險)
Remarks 1. 出席者須遵守集合地點及活動場地的新冠肺炎(COVID-19)防疫措施 at the event venue.
2. 參加者須提供個人資料以作購買保險之用。
報名 請於 3月XX日前 網上登記
名額有限 先到先得
查詢 楊小姐︱ (852) 2263 6336︱info@fashionsummit.hk

行程

13:30 Assembly at CITA Building in Kowloon Bay
14:00 Departure from CITA Building (Kowloon Bay)
15:00 Arrive The Mills
15:30 – 16:00 Guided Tour of The Mills
16:00 – 17:00 Experience Garment to Garment (G2G) Recycle Garment System
17:15 Departure from The Mills (Tsuen Wan West)
18:00 Arrive Kowloon Bay

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講者

蔣瑩女士

蔣瑩女士

騰訊科技

Christina Jiang, is the second generation of a family rooted in the fashion industry, and moved to Tencent as a tech company in 2017. Under her creative, Tencent games is using the latest digital innovations and technologies to shape the future for multiple industry and has attracted and nurtured top-tier fashion group from the ground.

Christina believes that continual virtual world development is necessary for the industry to adapt to the overwhelming challenges of digitisation and sustainability. To this end, she is leading the crossover projects for the fashion industry to bridge the skills gap.

蔣瑩女士

騰訊科技

Christina Jiang, is the second generation of a family rooted in the fashion industry, and moved to Tencent as a tech company in 2017. Under her creative, Tencent games is using the latest digital innovations and technologies to shape the future for multiple industry and has attracted and nurtured top-tier fashion group from the ground.

Christina believes that continual virtual world development is necessary for the industry to adapt to the overwhelming challenges of digitisation and sustainability. To this end, she is leading the crossover projects for the fashion industry to bridge the skills gap.

Peter Majeranowski

Peter Majeranowski

Circ

Peter is the CEO & Co-Founder of Circ, a company pioneering the recycling of polyester and cotton blends. Peter travelled the world in the US Navy, and what he saw was a planet in environmental peril. Now he’s dedicated to creating circular fashion and in reducing the harmful effects of over consumption. When not working on the circular economy, Peter serves on the Alumni Advisory Council for the Fuqua School of Business, mentors for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and finds opportunities to be on the water with his family.

Peter Majeranowski

Circ

Peter is the CEO & Co-Founder of Circ, a company pioneering the recycling of polyester and cotton blends. Peter travelled the world in the US Navy, and what he saw was a planet in environmental peril. Now he’s dedicated to creating circular fashion and in reducing the harmful effects of over consumption. When not working on the circular economy, Peter serves on the Alumni Advisory Council for the Fuqua School of Business, mentors for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and finds opportunities to be on the water with his family.

周佳詩女士

周佳詩女士

Tove & Libra

Having always been drawn to the creative fields, Christine majored in Visual Arts at Brown University in the US, then went on to work in trend forecasting in New York City. Diving deep into the consumer trends and insights that drive effective design, she has consulted with companies ranging from Patagonia to Colgate on product trends, been a featured speaker at national tradeshows, and written lifestyle articles for The New York Times.

In 2009, Christine returned to Hong Kong to take the reins of her family’s apparel production business, taking on the challenge of how to turn design concepts into reality. In this position, she set up a Fabric Development team, spearheaded social compliance certification, and also developed a growing awareness of the social and environmental responsibility issues surrounding the world of fashion.

In 2018. Christine decided to combine her personal advocacy with her wide-ranging experiences, and get back to her creative roots through a new enterprise – Tove & Libra. Co-founding the Hong Kong fashion brand with Ivan Tang (also a third-generation apparel manufacturer), the duo felt the brand could be a voice for advocating sustainable fashion concepts in the local market. As an early leader among the growing wave of local, sustainable brands, Tove & Libra has been featured in numerous Hong Kong and Singapore publications and was recently awarded “Hong Kong’s Most Outstanding Eco Fashion Brand of the Year” by Corphub; Christine has also participated as a panelist during FashRev and Rethink conferences.

As Creative Director of Tove & Libra, Christine’s unique eye combines eco-friendly fabrics with flattering and multi-functional fits, creating thoughtful modern designs that are better for both the closet and the planet

周佳詩女士

Tove & Libra

Having always been drawn to the creative fields, Christine majored in Visual Arts at Brown University in the US, then went on to work in trend forecasting in New York City. Diving deep into the consumer trends and insights that drive effective design, she has consulted with companies ranging from Patagonia to Colgate on product trends, been a featured speaker at national tradeshows, and written lifestyle articles for The New York Times.

In 2009, Christine returned to Hong Kong to take the reins of her family’s apparel production business, taking on the challenge of how to turn design concepts into reality. In this position, she set up a Fabric Development team, spearheaded social compliance certification, and also developed a growing awareness of the social and environmental responsibility issues surrounding the world of fashion.

In 2018. Christine decided to combine her personal advocacy with her wide-ranging experiences, and get back to her creative roots through a new enterprise – Tove & Libra. Co-founding the Hong Kong fashion brand with Ivan Tang (also a third-generation apparel manufacturer), the duo felt the brand could be a voice for advocating sustainable fashion concepts in the local market. As an early leader among the growing wave of local, sustainable brands, Tove & Libra has been featured in numerous Hong Kong and Singapore publications and was recently awarded “Hong Kong’s Most Outstanding Eco Fashion Brand of the Year” by Corphub; Christine has also participated as a panelist during FashRev and Rethink conferences.

As Creative Director of Tove & Libra, Christine’s unique eye combines eco-friendly fabrics with flattering and multi-functional fits, creating thoughtful modern designs that are better for both the closet and the planet

張青女士

張青女士

Klee Klee

Zhang Qing is the Brand Manager at klee klee, a sustainable fashion label based in Shanghai. Taken from spoken Tibetan, the name klee klee stands for “slow down”, as the brand aspires to explore a rhythm in the fashion industry that is closer to how nature works.

Prior to joining the klee klee team, she worked as a culture curator at ZUCZUG, the parent company of klee klee

張青女士

Klee Klee

Zhang Qing is the Brand Manager at klee klee, a sustainable fashion label based in Shanghai. Taken from spoken Tibetan, the name klee klee stands for “slow down”, as the brand aspires to explore a rhythm in the fashion industry that is closer to how nature works.

Prior to joining the klee klee team, she worked as a culture curator at ZUCZUG, the parent company of klee klee

Karin Malmstrom

美國國際棉花協會

Karin Malmstrom joined Cotton Council International (CCI) as its Director for China and Hong Kong in April 2006 and in January 2015 added Northeast Asia to her responsibilities. She heads up CCI’s trade servicing programs, supply chain marketing activities, consumer promotions and government affairs in the region, as well as manages CCI’s offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Osaka, Seoul and Taipei.

Karin, an accomplished Sinologist with over 30 years of China-related experience joined CCI from Malmstrom Associates Orient, a business and marketing and communication consultancy. Fluent and literate in Mandarin Chinese, Karin has worked in a variety of fields in China including the auto, steel and travel industries, metals and minerals trading, technology transfers, education, journalism and communications. Immediately prior to establishing Malmstrom Associates Orient, she was Director of Corporate Communications for DaimlerChrysler China, based in Beijing.

Karin graduated cum laude in Asian Studies and Geography from Middlebury College, USA. She continued in executive education at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and at St. Gallens Management Center, both located in Switzerland.

Karin Malmstrom

美國國際棉花協會

Karin Malmstrom joined Cotton Council International (CCI) as its Director for China and Hong Kong in April 2006 and in January 2015 added Northeast Asia to her responsibilities. She heads up CCI’s trade servicing programs, supply chain marketing activities, consumer promotions and government affairs in the region, as well as manages CCI’s offices in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Osaka, Seoul and Taipei.

Karin, an accomplished Sinologist with over 30 years of China-related experience joined CCI from Malmstrom Associates Orient, a business and marketing and communication consultancy. Fluent and literate in Mandarin Chinese, Karin has worked in a variety of fields in China including the auto, steel and travel industries, metals and minerals trading, technology transfers, education, journalism and communications. Immediately prior to establishing Malmstrom Associates Orient, she was Director of Corporate Communications for DaimlerChrysler China, based in Beijing.

Karin graduated cum laude in Asian Studies and Geography from Middlebury College, USA. She continued in executive education at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) and at St. Gallens Management Center, both located in Switzerland.

張添琳女士

南豐發展有限公司

Founder of The Mills

Harvard Graduate School of Design – Dean’s Leadership Council

Urban Land Institute (APAC) – Executive Committee Member

Our Hong Kong Foundation – Advisor

Antiquities Advisory Boards & Committee – Member

Intangible Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee – Member

Hong Kong Tourism Board – Member, Audit Committee & P & E Committee

Hong Kong Life Sciences Society – Advisor

Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design (AiDLab) – Advisory Board

Vanessa is the Group Managing Director of Nan Fung Development Ltd., managing the Group’s real estate development portfolio.

She is also the Founder of The Mills – a revitalization project of transforming the Nan Fung Textile Mills into a global innovation techstyle destination comprising of art, start-up incubator and experiential retail. The Mills project piloted many of the Group’s current social innovation and environmental sustainability works. Along with her experience in working for AECOM as a Landscape Designer as well as a part-time lecturer at HKU on City Branding, she hopes to inspire the younger generation and push Hong Kong’s leadership potential beyond the status quo.

She is a convener of NarrativeHK, an initiative promoting positive attitude among her generation in envisioning the future of HK. She co-founded Quo Kefir Believers, a natural probiotic health food company, and the co- owner of HK’s first CrossFit gym, CrossFit Asphodel.

Vanessa obtained her Master in Landscape Architecture at Harvard University and Bachelors in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of California, Berkeley.

張添琳女士

南豐發展有限公司

Founder of The Mills

Harvard Graduate School of Design – Dean’s Leadership Council

Urban Land Institute (APAC) – Executive Committee Member

Our Hong Kong Foundation – Advisor

Antiquities Advisory Boards & Committee – Member

Intangible Cultural Heritage Advisory Committee – Member

Hong Kong Tourism Board – Member, Audit Committee & P & E Committee

Hong Kong Life Sciences Society – Advisor

Laboratory for Artificial Intelligence in Design (AiDLab) – Advisory Board

Vanessa is the Group Managing Director of Nan Fung Development Ltd., managing the Group’s real estate development portfolio.

She is also the Founder of The Mills – a revitalization project of transforming the Nan Fung Textile Mills into a global innovation techstyle destination comprising of art, start-up incubator and experiential retail. The Mills project piloted many of the Group’s current social innovation and environmental sustainability works. Along with her experience in working for AECOM as a Landscape Designer as well as a part-time lecturer at HKU on City Branding, she hopes to inspire the younger generation and push Hong Kong’s leadership potential beyond the status quo.

She is a convener of NarrativeHK, an initiative promoting positive attitude among her generation in envisioning the future of HK. She co-founded Quo Kefir Believers, a natural probiotic health food company, and the co- owner of HK’s first CrossFit gym, CrossFit Asphodel.

Vanessa obtained her Master in Landscape Architecture at Harvard University and Bachelors in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of California, Berkeley.

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