星期一至星期五

       上午九時至下午十二時半

       午一時至五時四十五分

​星期六、星期日及公眾假期休息

時裝及紡織資源中心,MN109室

紡織及服裝學系

香港理工大學

香港九龍紅磡

​​© The Fashion Gallery, Institute of Textiles & Clothing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

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Made in Hong Kong - Fashion Exhibition by Kristina Shin
 
12.10.2018 – 26.10.2018

Organiser: The Fashion Gallery, Institute of Textiles & Clothing, Faculty of Applied Science & Textiles, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

主辦單位:香港理工大學紡織及服裝學系服裝館

Introduction | 展覽介紹

Does Hong Kong style exist?


Looking for an answer,Dr Kristina Shin embarked on in-depth historical and cultural research into Hong Kong’s unique colonial history and cosmopolitan past.
 

Made in Hong Kong is an eclectic array of womenswear, intimate apparel, photography, film and objects all ‘made in Hong Kong’ representing this compact yet influential city.
 

Graphic patterns, prints and embellishments inspired by recognisable and sometimes surprising iconic objects and motifs depict a narrative travelling through recent history, of how Hong Kong’s visual identity has been formed from its unique cultural background, involving international trade and influenced by ethnic diversity.


For instance, Hong Kong’s renown red, white and blue striped woven plastic bag inspires weave as well as print whilst the Hong Kong's iconic yellow duck (aka LT Duck) inspires a print motif for sensual underwear and outerwear.
 

The traditional ‘Hakka’ hat frequently worn by street cleaners becomes an elegant, desirable creation, when teamed with an evening robe inspired by the red, white and blue bag.

 

Photographs | 現場圖片

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