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Fashion Hong Kong FW19 Runway

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On February 8, at NYFW The Show, Fashion Hong Kong presented three leading Asian designers on the runway; 112 mountainyam, Anveglosa, and Heaven Please+ the FW ’19.  The show was in collaboration with the Hong Kong Trade Development Council Fashion Hong Kong. Continue scrolling to see the collections.

Fashion Hong Kong FW19

112 mountainyam

112 mountainyam took guests on a voyage into the wilderness. Taking elements from natural environments and intertwining them with a unique take on camo. Twisting primary colors over the traditional basic gray tailored suits, the collection projects a militant sportswear meets high-end aesthetic. Beauty accents, like organically placed bright eye shadows, slept on hair, and disheveled cornrows all brought the collection to life.

Anveglosa

Attention to detail did not go unnoticed in the collection of Anveglosa, self-taught tailor Annette Chan is known primarily for strong leather silhouettes, careful craftsmanship, and pleated to perfection designs. The collection was inspired by the “good old days”; a symbol of our respect towards the tradition and heritage of the fashion industry. The collection demonstrated a fine-tuned aesthetic using delicate applications of different material combinations; the finest lambskin leathers, silks, fabrics, and embroidery. Presenting feminine silhouettes with compelling layers, and punctuated with leather yacht master hats, were structured coats layered over flowing dresses. The collection began with several all-black ensembles, flourishing into hunter green, and finally melting into striking white looks to close the collection.

Heaven Please+

The Fashion Hong Kong show finished off illuminated with a full-color collection by Heaven Please+. Inaugurated with a lavender pleated coat draped over a full-length neon yellow skirt; the crowd was awed by cohesive colors, textiles, and print-driven garments. A bomber style jacket-dress in military green with multi-colored patchwork closed the show. Accessories included long, seat-belt style belts cinching the oversized looks; completed with sculptural hairstyles.

*All Photos are Courtesy of Albert Urso/Getty Images

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