Shenzhen Fashion Week

There’s no doubt now that Shanghai Fashion Week is ‘the’ fashion week in China,”. but Shenzhen fashion week is also worth keeping eye on.

China. Exports to the US, Singapore, and Japan, as well as 80 cities in China. We just did Shenzhen Fashion Week last month and now we’re doing Shanghai. This is one main reason to attend the Shenzhen Fashion Week.

Fashion Shenzhen isn’t a label, but an ongoing fashion week event showcasing the very best fashion designers from one of the most important, yet unknown cities in the world. In addition, with the help of Shenzhen Fashion Designers Association and Guangdong Leather Association, NAFA held a designer workshop on December 3. Many fashion designers attended the workshop to learn about NAFA furs and fur fashion trends. Designer Deng Hao’s collection for autumn and winter goes on parade at the Shenzhen Fashion Week.

Sponsored by Shenzhen Municipal Government, Shenzhen Design Week is organized by Shenzhen City of Design Promotion Office with Shenzhen City of Design Promotion Association (SDPA) serving as Secretariat. The Shenzhen Garment Industry Association has created an industry research center in Shenzhen and organizes various events, including the Shenzhen International Brand Clothing and Accessories Fair, Fashion Week and the recent Oscars event for the fashion industry. This includes Hong Kong Fashion Week, Taipei IN Style, Guangzhou Fashion Week, and Shenzhen Fashion Week.

Shenzhen Fashion Week, which just wrapped, should be on your radar

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