Emerging Fashion – Exhibition of Works by Emerging Fashion Designers from the Greater Bay Area
The wheel of fashion is constantly rolling forward. Receiving the education provided by professional fashion schools, emerging fashion designers are poised to lead the fashion industry into a new chapter of development with guts and innovation. They are eager to sustain the vitality and appeal of the fashion industry by weaving their youthful vigor and fashion talent into unique fashion stories.
With support from the School of Design of Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai, the School of Fashion and Textiles of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Shenzhen Polytechnic, and Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Center to promote cooperation in the fashion industry in the Greater Bay Area, the Macao Fashion Gallery (MFG) has organized the “Emerging Fashion – Exhibition of Works by Emerging Fashion Designers from the Greater Bay Area”, which brings together eight new-generation designers with unlimited passion for design to jointly create a new chapter for the fashion industry on the cultural and creative platform provided by the MFG, drawing on their ingenuity.
The exhibition displays eight sets of designs created by fashion design students from Zhuhai, Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Macao, including An Zhaer, Bo Yiyang (Zhuhai), Chan Pak Yu, Yumiko Li (Hong Kong), Tian Huanzhong, Xie Mingjun (Shenzhen), Yoyo Kuan and Polly Cheong (Macao) (in no particular order). The artworks cover a wide range of themes, from digital images, graffiti art, and ancient Chinese styles to sustainable environmental protection, with each featuring a distinctive design style. The designs incorporate an assortment of techniques, such as digital printing, 3D printing, and ink writing. The design of these works demonstrates the designers’ passion and pursuit of fashion while presenting to the public the GBA’s ambition and subtlety in cultural innovation.
Macao Fashion Gallery
Opening hours: 12pm – 8pm (closed on Mondays, open on public holidays)
Venue: Rua de S. Roque, No. 47, Macao
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