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The Hong Kong government will allocate US$271 million in aid for around 70,000 retailers affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Hong Kong Fashion Week and seven other Spring Fairs which were scheduled for April have been deferred until July 25-28, due to the coronavirus crisis.
Bespoke wine seller Penticton is bringing little-known French vintages to Hong Kong, incorporating sulphite-free vintages and labels from female producers among its collection of curated bottles.
The Asian Licensing Conference at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre is being held this week.
The third Asian E-tailing Summit, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council (HKTDC), event drew close to 1500 e-tailers and business professionals from related sectors.
The Hong Kong Trade Development Council is going to hold five major events at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre next week.
Restaurant table-filler app Eatigo is set to double the user numbers and outlets it represents over the next year.
Rising local fashion label Emma Wallace is offering garments that incorporate influences from art nouveau, African and Japanese-inspired prints.
French cosmetics startup La Bouche Rouge has chosen Hong Kong as its first Asian market ahead of a regional rollout.
French cosmetics startup La Bouche Rouge has chosen Hong Kong as its first Asian market ahead of a regional rollout. Founder Nicolas Gerlier introduced the firm’s eco-friendly lipstick line in an interview with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council. The concept of the brand came about when Gerlier realised that up to 1 billion used lipstick tubes are thrown away every year, contrib…
This year’s top young Hong Kong fashion designers have been revealed, capping off the Centrestage festival.
The fourth edition of Centrestage, a premier Asian fashion event organised by the HKTDC and sponsored by Create Hong Kong, has opened.