Scottish fashion and textile designers have the chance to showcase their creations in Hong Kong in 2016, as revealed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

“This is a great opportunity to bring attention to the strength of Scottish design and textiles talent, as well as a chance to build new creative partnerships within the influential Hong Kong fashion industry.” Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister

The venture forms part of the annual programme of events that Scotland Re:Designed produces. This new Hong Kong event allows designers to exhibit their work on an international stage by building a trade showcase of exhibitions, workshops and shows; attended by top fashion buyers and media from around the world.

“Hong Kong has a large and thriving community of designers, makers, media and buyers who we are reaching out to, and everyone we’ve spoken to so far has been really helpful, and excited to learn about the exhibition. This is a game-changer for absolutely everyone involved.” Chris Hunt, Founder of Scotland Re:Designed

The location, PMQ, is Hong Kong’s creative hub, home to over 100 create-preneurs and acts as an international stage for creative happenings. The seven exhibitors will embark on promoting Scottish fashion, textiles and interior design to Hong Kong consumers, media and industry at our pop-up showcase spanning across six days in the capital.

PMQ, 3F, H307 - H308

35 Aberdeen St, Central, Hong Kong