Designer Han Chong is looking to build his own fashion group.
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Five years after launching Self-Portrait, founder and designer Han Chong has steered the brand to £130 million in sales of his simple lace dresses. Can the success continue with expansion into Asia?
Historically, exclusivity has been baked into all aspects of fashion week. But this season New York- and London-based designers are opening their shows up to the general public — for a price.
The scholarship programme aims to provide financial support for MA Fashion students, starting in November 2019.
Designer Han Chong knows he can’t ride forever on the success of his laser-cut lace dresses, but does he have what it takes?
In the last year, Han Chong’s breakout label Self-Portrait has attracted 250 stockists and sold out on Net-a-Porter in two hours. How did he do it?