A young fashion designer presents her work at Lane Crawford's Global Creative Callout in Hong Kong, a chance for their creations to be stocked by the department store. Young Chinese designers represent the future of fashion, says its president, Andrew Keith.A young fashion designer presents her work at Lane Crawford's Global Creative Callout in Hong Kong, a chance for their creations to be stocked by the department store. Young Chinese designers represent the future of fashion, says its president, Andrew Keith.
A young fashion designer presents her work at Lane Crawford's Global Creative Callout in Hong Kong, a chance for their creations to be stocked by the department store. Young Chinese designers represent the future of fashion, says its president, Andrew Keith.

Is Lane Crawford better placed than other department stores to survive the pandemic?

  • Lane Crawford president Andrew Keith has been at the centre of discussions about the future of the luxury fashion industry after the Covid-19 pandemic
  • The pandemic will change the fashion industry. How well positioned is the department store, with 170 years of history in Hong Kong and China, to take advantage?
Topic |   Fashion
A young fashion designer presents her work at Lane Crawford's Global Creative Callout in Hong Kong, a chance for their creations to be stocked by the department store. Young Chinese designers represent the future of fashion, says its president, Andrew Keith.A young fashion designer presents her work at Lane Crawford's Global Creative Callout in Hong Kong, a chance for their creations to be stocked by the department store. Young Chinese designers represent the future of fashion, says its president, Andrew Keith.
A young fashion designer presents her work at Lane Crawford's Global Creative Callout in Hong Kong, a chance for their creations to be stocked by the department store. Young Chinese designers represent the future of fashion, says its president, Andrew Keith.
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