Asia Fashion Federation
AFF was established in 2002 with the signing of an agreement between Japan, Korea and China. The agreement confirmed a cooperative effort between member countries to utilise fashion resources from within Asia as a value-added means when exporting to the world. In 2007, Singapore became the fourth member, followed by Thailand as the fifth member in 2008. Member countries can only be represented by one organisation which has the potential and experience to conduct activities in the field of fashion promotion and development.
Organisations in AFF:
China Fashion Association (CFA)
Japan Fashion Association (JFA)
Korea Fashion Association (KFA)
Thai Garment Manufacturers Association (TGMA)
Vietnam Textile & Apparel Association (VITAS)
For enquiries on AFF, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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