Hong Kong may not be as famous as Paris, but it has had its unique fashion styles. Hong Kong is an international city that has been influenced by both western and Chinese culture at the same time for decades. The mixed cultural influences, among many other factors, make Hong Kong a city of diverse fashion, especially in the 1990s.
In the 1980s, Hong Kong had its golden decade for the garment industry and was being the largest exporter for two years. In an amazingly fast speed, Hong Kong people’s financial conditions improved, the entertainment industry developed and Japanese department stores appeared. By the end of the 1980s, Hong Kong arrived at its greatest era of fashion diversity.
As vintage is a popular fashion theme of all the time, now let’s throwback to this golden time.