As has just been announced in an official statement by Kingpins, the 2020 edition of Kingpins Hong Kong has been cancelled "due to health concerns and travel restrictions linked to the coronavirus epidemic in China". Originally set for 13-14 May 2020 the next edition of Kingpins Hong Kong will now take place in May 2021.
 
“We are very concerned about the situation in China and understand that many of our exhibitors and attendees are dealing with extreme difficulties and uncertainty due to efforts to contain the spread of the virus,” says Andrew Olah, founder of Kingpins Show. “In light of these issues and the expectation that the disruption will continue for some time, we felt it best to cancel our Hong Kong event.”
 
“The Asian denim market remains central to the global denim industry and we look forward to bringing this international community together in September,” said Vivian Wang, managing director of Kingpins.

Kingpins organizers will continue to monitor the situation in China.



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