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F/W 2018-19 Colour, Material  And Fashion Trends Forecast Workshop

The Fall-Winter 2018-19 colour, material and fashion trends forecast workshop provides you with the key colours, materials trends and fashion must-haves for the season and how runway fashion is translated into marketable products. Join designers, manufacturers and buyers on this unique occasion to better understand the fashion trends that will dominate 2018/19. Reserve your seat today.

Date: 24 October 2017

Venue: Room28, 5th Floor, The Pemberton, 22-26 Bonham Strand, Sheung Wan, HK

Seats: First come first served by registration

Language: English

Workshop Agenda:

14:30 - 15:00          Check-in and refreshments

15:00 - 15:30          How to use the APLF Fashion Product Trends for your next collection

  • Understanding how trends evolve from the fashion runway to the consumer and how to boost up your collection to attract buyers.
  • Jayne Esteve-Cure, Creative director of Jayne Fashion Agency, France

15:30 - 16:00         F/W 2018-19 colour and materials trends

  • Keep in trend by using the right colours, materials and themes for your upcoming product collections.
  • Divina Amistoso, Creative consultant of APLF

16:00 - 16:30          Using social media to predict fashion trends

  • Social Media can bring awareness to new trends and how these trends are being styled and worn. It can bridge the gap between exclusive luxury fashion and affordable boutique fashion - making for a larger target audience for all brands. It also has the ability to connect individuals to brands they like more efficiently which creates more opportunities for sales.
  • Jasmine Smith, Creative Director of DressMeBlogMe

16:30 - 16:45          Q&A session

16:45 - 17:45          Tea & Coffee




Both French & English, Ms. Estève-Curé multidisciplinary education in Art, Clothing Technology (ESIV) and Fashion Management (IFM) led her to research, consulting, operational responsibilities and training. She is a true expert in Parisian and international fashion in both its’ strategic and operational aspects. She founded JAYNE FASHION AGENCY, offering cross-disciplinary and synergistic services combining training, events and consulting. Her customers include Galeries Lafayette, Sandro, Maje, Claudie Pierlot, Petit Bateau, Printemps, Esprit, Gap, San Marina, Cosmoparis, Carol, Etam Group, Li & Fung, IKTIB, I.M.A, Shanghai Lingerie, China Leather Brand Conference.  

Ms. Estève-Curé’s strong desire to inspire, convey and diffuse her knowledge has brought her to teach creative and business students in top international schools including: IFM, CSM, Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs, Studio Berçot, ESCP Europe, Ravensbourne, Kent & Winchester Schools of Art & Design, CASS Business School, Istanbul Moda Academy, Bangkok International Fashion Academy.

Jayne’s blog on APLF.com


Divina serves as a consultant for APLF Ltd, taking charge of the curatorship of three main activities of APLF and Fashion Access, namely: Material Trends Space, Fashion Trends Space, and the Best of APLF Awards. With her 12 year run with the APLF, Divina has become an avid lover of all things leather. She is thrilled to be one of the few people privileged to view, before anyone else, the newest collections of the leading tanneries and leather finishers in the world.

Divina’s blog on APLF.com


Jasmine Smith established the lingerie brand, RAVEN + ROSE, to represent edgy females in a way that still promotes their sensuality - without having to resort to push up bras or padding!

Jasmine believes in the female form. Its natural curves should be embellished as opposed to re-shaped into something that fits the stereotypical mold of what it means to be sexy.

Based in Hong Kong since 2006, but born and raised in New Zealand, Jasmine comes from a Fashion Design background, having studied in New Zealand's AUT as an apparel designer. She has since developed her role as a fashion entrepreneur through working as a Stylist and Blogger in Hong Kong.Having immersed herself in fashion since her earliest studies she has cultivated her knowledge of the many facets that make the industry tick. Jasmine's return to her roots as a designer is a timely one, now that she has built strong connections, the right experience, and has the grounding to support her vision.

Having lived in both New Zealand and Hong Kong, Jasmine draws on both the aesthetics from her homeland - its dark and modest view on fashion - as well as her current experience with densely city orientated and Asian surroundings, to complete what is a lingerie range that compliments the provocatively and non-conventional sexiness of modern day women.

Jasmine’s blog on APLF.com



If you have further questions, please contact us for details.