Fashion Parade: Women's Wears in Changing Hong Kong
Function Place,
Hong Kong Heritage Museum
02 March 2003 - 28 April 2003
Fashion Parade: Women's Wears in Changing Hong Kong is a programme composing of three different presentations: a fashion parade, a fashion display and a video documentary, all of which aim to explore the changing role of women in Hong Kong.

The fashion parade was presented in two themes, the "Age of the Cheongsam" and the "Back to A-go-go" which have offered an entertaining and interactive kick-off for the programme. A selective fashion display with 15 sets of clothing from different eras and a video documentary illustrating the unique characteristics of different periods, giving evidences to the evolution of women's wear, and exploring the changing role of Hong Kong women through the ages in Hong Kong.

The programme provides the audience a rich visual and audio experience and an inspiring insight into the history of local women's fashions.

Fashion Parade : 2:30 - 4 pm, 2.3.2003 (Sunday)

Exhibition : 2.3 - 28.4.2003

Video Documentary : To be shown with the exhibition

Exhibit Highlights

Mini-skirt with beads Mini-skirt with beads
Donated by Dr. Siao Fong-fong

Patterned dress
Late 1970s-early 1980s
Donated by Mrs. Evelyna Liang Kan

Patterned dress

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