Walk down a red carpet before enjoying champagne canapés reception brought by Gormei (HK Sevens Official Food Partner).
Endless enjoyment, networking, DJ music, drinks and lots of fun guaranteed.
The beginning of the conference at QUBE PMQ (2nd floor).
Keynote speech by Nickey Khemchandani (BSD Academy).
Technology trends influence on Fashion industry or Fashion trends seem to dictate a tech development? What comes first? Let’s have a greater look at the Future of Fashion enabled by Technology together with representatives from FashionTech startups, Fashion Media, VCs, and Startup Accelerator.
Lindsay Jang (missbish.com)
Joanna Cheung (Tuspark Global Network)
Desmond Marshall (Rouge Ventures)
Philippe Holthuizen (GROM)
Jan Smejkal Moderator(Startup Grind China)
When we think about clothing, we tend to imagine something that covers our bodies with a style. However, the future clothing has a different functionality and a look and smart textiles are paving this huge way to the change. Clothing with value. Fabrics with embedded technology. Let’s find out the definition of TechTextiles, New Materials and Fabrics, and how they influence on fashion industry and retail business in general.
Lukas Hlavac (Whoolala.com)
Cherry Chan (TheMills)
Richard Kelly (Fung Group)
Way Chang (LXN Lex Avenue)
Tiffany Ap Moderator (WWD Asia Correspondent)
Enjoy the runway FashionTech show featuring the products of startups.
Don’t hurry up to head home because we are just starting to celebrate the beginning of FashionTech in Asia. We ensure it is a night to remember! Party like a Rockstar!
BSD Academy, Hong Kong
Missbish.Com, Hong Kong
Tuspark Global Network, Hong Kong
PIC of The Mills, Hong Kong
Rouge Ventures, Hong Kong
Startup Grind, China
GROM, Hong Kong
Fung Group, Hong Kong
LXN Lex Avenue, Hong Kong
WWD Asia, Hong Kong
Brinc, Hong Kong
MTR: Walking Route to PMQ (around 5-15 minutes) Sheung Wan Station Exit E2 Walk through Grand Millennium Plaza to Bonham Strand, cross over the zebra crossing and turn left, walk along Wellington Street (up to Lin Heung Tea House), turn right at Aberdeen Street to PMQ