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Young Designers Showcase a Stylish Future
Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest Winners Announced

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Overall Winner: Anki Cheung
Dark Rain 
This moody collection takes a dark look at nature with flowing chiffon and silk. The black-and-grey fabric has raw edges and comes with metal beads and chains. The raindrop is realised through tie dye and an embossed effect. Each outfit comes with a matching headpiece that provides an illusion of rain

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  Casual and Jeanswear Group Winner: Kathew Law
Re-encounter the Memory 
A kaleidoscope, a childhood present from the designer’s grandmother, provided the inspiration for this smart, stylish collection. Ever-changing lines intercut to form triangles and hexagons at every turn. Tassels add dramatic effect, and heavy fabric and knits are used to help create sculptural forms
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  Contemporary Daywear Group Winner: Kathy Chan 
Oper-evolutionism 
Beijing opera provides the spirit for this collection. The designer has taken elements of the costume and headpieces of this traditional art form and given them modern dimensions. Beading is carefully hand-sewn, while leather tassels and lacing are also motifs. The muted palette of beige and green is a bold variation on the usually colourful traditional dress
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Party and Eveningwear Group Winner: Seth Yeung
Spread
This collection offers a scenario of how the human body might change if an alien virus spread among humans. Three-dimensional beading, resembling the triangular shape of a virus, is used extensively. Cashmere, mink and rex fur add a touch of luxury and femininity. Emphasis is placed on volume and the shoulder in a reference to the 1980s

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Angelababy makes her debut as MC

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Pop band MR. performs as models parade the latest designs of five former YDC winners and finalists

20 January 2010 – Results of the Hong Kong Young Fashion Designers’ Contest (YDC) were announced last night at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, with four winners selected from the seventeen finalists. 

Anki Cheung took the Overall Winner Award, while Kathew Law, Kathy Chan and Seth Yeung were the winners of the Casual and Jeanswear Group, Contemporary Daywear Group and Party and Eveningwear Group respectively. 

The contest, which showcased Hong Kong’s latest design talent, was also an evening of glamour and entertainment. Pop band MR. performed as models sashayed down the runway parading the latest designs of five former YDC winners and finalists in a highlight show prior to the awards presentation. Angelababy served as MC.  

The winners were selected by a panel of judges that included VIP judge Andreas Kronthaler, Creative Director of Vivienne Westwood. He was joined by Chief Judge Vincent Fang, Chairman of the TDC Garment Advisory Committee, local designers Barney Cheng and Walter Ma, Emily Mak, Executive Director of Li & Fung (Trading) Ltd, Helen Lin Sun, Executive Director of Milo’s Knitwear (International) Ltd, Jing Zhang, Managing Editor of WestEast Magazine, William Chan, Brand Manager, North Asia, for Club 21 (Hong Kong) Ltd, Vincent Lee, Senior Visual Manager of Lane Crawford (Hong Kong) Ltd, and KK Yip, a fashion consultant.

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