In China, Showrooms Blossom
Over the years, designers have expressed many and varied grievances about China’s fashion weeks, but one particular problem has persisted. However much these once parochial events have improved to become slick and professional affairs, weak showrooms have continually let them down. Now, change is clearly on the horizon.
分享 DFO International首席执行官丁乃云表示：中国的Showroom不能仅限于做展销会模式，而应该顺应市场需求，进行改革。
Conquering China’s Fashion Realm
Starting in Hungary, DFO International founder Meimei Ding skillfully employed the latest Western fashion business model to boldly take on the China market, establishing herself as a successful entrepreneur bridging Europe and Asia in just two years.
Expert view accessing the Chinese market
Estabilished in 2010. Danube Fashion Office is currently the largest fashion distributer for international brands in China and Southeast Asia. It represents over 60 brands, including fast fashion, ready-to-wear and premium eveningwear, and caters to over 600 buyers.
Asia’s Fashion Ambassador
If someone lucky heading to Shanghai or Beijing don’t be surprised, if a Use Unused or Abodi Dora’s set come towards you on an attractive woman. Thanks for Meimei Ding the Hungarian designers are getting more and more popular in Asia