Taipei, as a modern city like Tokyo, Seoul, Shanghai and Hong Kong, is slowly but surely asserting itself in the Asian fashion industry. From trendy to high street fashion, more and more brands have opened branches and boutiques in Taipei as consumers have become increasingly aware of global fashion names and clothing. Top brands including Chanel, Moschino, Louis Vuitton and Paul Smith have expanded to Taiwan in the last twenty years, as have midmarket brands including Forever 21, H&M and Uniqlo. Taiwan has a highly creative and ambitious workforce of young designers working in the fashion industry with new, original perspectives influenced by modern norms and traditional fabrics.
Over 200 exhibitors and 32,000 visitors were at Taipei IN Style in 2016, with participants from 26 countries. Taipei IN Style’s core values are to promote the fashion industry in Taiwan, showcase supplier and manufacturer R&D in its apparel and textile sectors and support the individual designers and brands to build on their creativity and aspirations. With the singular mission of connecting Taiwanese fashion talents with professionals worldwide, Taipei IN Style is an all-in-one trade fair where a variety of events are delicately presented for visitors, including a press conference, house shows, seminars, trunk shows, and business matching meetings. The show presents a rich variety of opportunities for stylists and style-watchers to meet, exchange ideas, discuss partnerships and connect with people from different parts of the world. Taipei IN Style is the perfect opportunity to discover Taiwan's unique sense of style, explore its textile and apparel market and expand businesses with Taiwanese companies.
The show organisers are currently offering subsidies to UK companies interested in attending the event. For more information on the show and subsidies available, contact Joyce Chang at email@example.com.
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