During the protests in Hong Kong, the colour of what you wore took on great meaning. Here protesters wear their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protest stories that dominated the fashion and luxury industry in 2019

  • From the retail apocalypse to China’s ban on the export of black clothing to Hong Kong, six months of anti-government protests have had a big impact on fashion
  • These reports break down what’s happened to fashion and luxury, and reveal winners as well as losers
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During the protests in Hong Kong, the colour of what you wore took on great meaning. Here protesters wear their trademark all-black outfits. Photo: Winson Wong
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Vincenzo La Torre

Vincenzo La Torre

Italian-born Vincenzo La Torre started his career in fashion journalism after graduating from Columbia University in New York. He has previously worked for Vogue Japan, Harper's Bazaar Singapore and Prestige Hong Kong. Before joining the Post as fashion editor in 2017, Vincenzo was a member of the launch team of Vogue Arabia in Dubai.