By  on July 14, 2014

HONG KONG — The 21st edition of Hong Kong Fashion Week wrapped its four-day run late last week, as attendees found underutilized Chinese factories actively seeking deals from even smaller, developing brands.

The openness of Chinese factories suggests a new flexibility in price and production levels. One buyer looking to establish her own clothing line with contacts cemented at the fair, Hong Kong-based Russian Anna Leonardo, noted that a generally quieter mood of the week was working to her advantage.

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