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BoF China Prize | London Fashion Week

You are invited to attend London Fashion Week as BoF China Prize winner Caroline Hu debuts her Spring/Summer 2020 collection 'Impressions of Love.'
Caroline Hu AW19 Lookbook | Source: Courtesy
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  • BoF Team

BoF are excited to invite you to BoF China Prize winner Caroline Hu's London Fashion Week debut on September 17th at 11.30am-1.30pm.

Entitled “Impressions of Love,” Caroline Hu’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection is being showcased at the Serpentine Gallery, nestled in the heart of London’s Hyde Park. Attendance is complimentary and being offered to you, as a BoF Professional member, first. Please note we expect a high level of demand for this presentation and space is limited, so please ensure you register early to avoid disappointment.

If you reserve a spot but later find that you are not able to attend, please let us know as we will create a waiting list to ensure that as many members can participate as possible.

BoF China Prize in partnership with Yu Holdings

BoF’s fashion award launched in 2018 to discover and support emerging Chinese designers. The winner receives a cash prize of US$100,000, the opportunity to showcase their collection as part of the official schedule for London Fashion Week, and mentorship from the extensive global BoF community of fashion industry professionals.

Caroline Hu

Shenzhen-born Caroline Hu graduated with a BA in womenswear from Central Saint Martins in London and an MFA in fashion design and society from Parsons School of Design in New York. After gaining experience in the ateliers of Tory Burch, Alexander Wang and Jason Wu, she launched her own label in 2018 and was shortlisted for the LVMH Prize for her crafted demi-couture dresses that evoke a dreamy, languorous romanticism and demonstrate a commitment to fine craftsmanship.

Since winning the BoF China Prize in March, Caroline has been putting into practice the advice she received from the prize jurors, constantly liaising with her manufacturers and suppliers and focusing on refining her collection. “They gave me the confidence to define what commerciality means to me,” she says. “I think that commerciality isn’t objective, and it doesn’t have to have a sleeve or a collar. Art can be commercial, too.”

Tickets are non-transferrable and are only valid for BoF Professional members. Tickets purchased by those outside of the BoF Professional community will be void and refunded.

For any enquiries please contact professional@businessoffashion.com

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