Vivienne Tarn, Headed Home

Flannery, Russell
July 2010
Forbes Asia;Jul2010, Vol. 6 Issue 8, p68
The article focuses on fashion designer Vivienne Tam, who studied fashion at a Hong Kong technical college. She found more interest in the U.S. fashion industry, so she moved to New York to give a start to her career. She says that in her times, Chinese didn't to want to buy clothes by Chinese designers. However, Tam is now looking back at the market in China and has opened 13 stores in greater China. In May 2010, she put on a fashion show at the Shanghai Expo.


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