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TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER – 1:00pm – 1:45pm

Fred Lemoine is a seasoned supply chain practitioner with a proven track record of high impact projects realized with major retailers/wholesalers in Europe and greater Asia. He started his career in England working for leading UK retailers such as Marks & Spencer where he held multiple positions in supply chain management both in the apparel and in the food industry. He then worked for AS Watson, the retail division of Hutchison Whampoa, in Hong Kong, where he managed multiple supply chain improvement projects across AS Watson’s retail brands from Watson the Chemist in Hong Kong to Marionnaud in France and Savers in the UK.

Fred worked as a senior supply chain consultant for McKinsey & Company serving large retail and fast consumer good clients in the USA, Australia, SEA and China.

Fred now manages Weave Consulting services Ltd, a supply chain specialist consulting firm with offices in Hong Kong and the United States.  Weave specializes in supply chain analytics and replenishment programs working alongside manufacturers, retailers and brands. Their clients call upon them when they desire to: increase their speed to market, reduce their exposure to high inventory, increase GMROI on fashion items and implement more complex, cross-functional S&OP models in their operations.


The textile industry is a key manufacturing industry in the world and especially in China. Supply chain globalization has brought lots of economic benefits but today reshoring seems to be a solution.

Costs increased, quality issues, late deliveries, flexibility, sustainability, human rights are recurrent factors that push organization to reconsider their supply chain.

By fact, the textile industry is an environmental unfriendly industry due to hazardous pollutants such as dyeing chemicals and carbon dioxide emissions. Today, these issues are being addressed by compulsory carbon footprint taxes, sustainability rules and guidelines nor international certification (ISO) … but is it possible to do more? Where should investments be made for global supply chain to remain competitive and relevant?

Can today’s model continue to be relevant in the coming years? What is the future of sourcing office?

Frederic Lemoine, Managing Director of Weave Consulting, will address you his analysis, do not miss out the conference and be ready to explore the possible changes of tomorrow’s supply chain.


TUESDAY 10 OCTOBER – 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Jane Singer is Director & Head of Market Intelligence at Inside Fashion, the leading market intelligence publication for the global fashion industry.  She also leads the market research team at JDT Research Ltd, renowned for its breakthrough insights into consumer attitudes about fashion and lifestyle.

Ms. Singer has over 20 years experience in international markets, with extensive experience in Asia.

Ms. Singer is a featured expert speaker at prominent trade fairs and industry events around the world.  She also serves as a consultant to several leading apparel and textile companies, helping them to gain clearer insights into key markets and identify new opportunities.

Ms. Singer is a graduate of Vassar College with a degree in Economics.



Creating unique and highly personalized collection has become a real challenge. Prints have become true added value and a differentiating feature for a lot of brands in the bodywear industry, weather in lingerie, swimwear, sports or activewear.

What are top 5 print direction that will have a massive appeal on the retail selling floor?

Jane singer Director & Head of Market Intelligence of Inside Fashion will guide you on how to choose the right print for the right customer, as well as how to work these prints into bodywear.


WEDNESDAY 11 OCTOBER – 12:00pm – 12:45pm

Christina Dean is a sustainable fashion advocate who founded Redress, the leading Asian NGO working to promote sustainability in the fashion industry, in 2007. She then went on to develop what is now the world’s largest sustainable fashion design competition for emerging fashion designers, called The EcoChic Design Award. When not catalysing changes in industry and consumer perception towards sustainable fashion, Christina is a regular speaker at seminars and she contributes opinion pieces to a wide range of media. She has co-authored upcoming consumer guide, Dress [with] Sense, and is presenter of Frontline Fashion, the TV documentary following sustainable designers determined to change the future of fashion. Christina has received numerous recognitions, including Coco Eco’s ‘2010’s
Most Influential Women in Green’ and by UK Vogue as one of the UK’s ‘Top 30 Inspirational Women’.

Christina is based in Hong Kong where she divides her time between working and her three children. Previously, Christina was an award winning journalist and a practicing dentist.


With sustainability issues in the fashion industry hitting the headlines with growing frequency, all brands must now pay attention to their triple bottom line; not just to protect brand reputation, but to capitalize and capture the wave of opportunity that lies ahead for courageous and forward-thinking leaders.

Christina Dean, founder of Redress will delve into the opportunities for brands wanting to be in the leader pack to drive sustainability forwards.


WEDNESDAY 11 OCTOBER – 1:00pm – 1:45pm


 This Panel Discussion will welcome:
Golden Horizon




Printing is the proof that art and techniques are stronger together!

Where would the creative genius of designers and engraving know-how be without the latest technologies in digital printing? These digital technologies have created a multitude of new graphic and color options.  But what constraints apply to each different technique: in terms of raw materials, print grounds, ecological production and production costs? What can we actually print? Should we be prioritizing digital printing? What is the position of screen-printing in today’s industry? Are prints affected by fashion? Do certain markets show a higher demand for prints?

Designers come together to exchange knowledge and answer all our questions, during a panel discussion hosted by Cecile Vivier, Marketing director of Eurovet.





Concepts Paris will reveal the Fall/Winter 2018-19 major trends and present an exclusive Summer 2019 preview. WGSN will introduce a trend forecast relative to intimates Macro Trend and the internal connection with consumer. Carlin Creative Trend Bureau will present SS19 and key points FW18/19 lingerie trend.
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