Tag Archives: traditional

Wish Every Day was Christmas!

Wish Every Day was Christmas!

Arrrggghhh! I know, I know, everyone has got back into work mode after the Christmas and New Year breaks a few weeks back except me. I have literally had difficulties getting over my prolonged holiday mentality since I came back from a merry Christmas getaway in Taichung (this time procrastination is more intense than ever

African Fashion Show in Hong Kong: All Are Equal; All Are Welcome!

African Fashion Show in Hong Kong: All Are Equal; All Are Welcome!

The fact that big name editors, top international bloggers and celebs are so proud of sitting in the front row of the “Big Four” fashion-week shows indicates that the whole idea of fashion, by its nature, is hierarchical, which means only the elite fashion circle is entitled to enjoy the privilege of watching the glamorous

Launch of Swatch Limited Edition “Year of the Dragon” Collection: Extending the Joy of the Auspicious Chinese Year of the Dragon All Year Long

Launch of Swatch Limited Edition “Year of the Dragon” Collection: Extending the Joy of the Auspicious Chinese Year of the Dragon All Year Long

Taking the opportunity of this Year of the Dragon, widely believed to be the most auspicious year in the Chinese zodiac cycle which comes only once every 12 years, luxury brands have been coming in droves to launch their Year of the Dragon special edition products to boost business (remember my previous post on my

1st Hong Kong Young Knitwear Designers’ Contest for Hong Kong Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 – China Fantasy by Patrick Ho

1st Hong Kong Young Knitwear Designers’ Contest for Hong Kong Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 – China Fantasy by Patrick Ho

1st Hong Kong Young Knitwear Designers’ Contest for Hong Kong Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 presented the award winning collection entitled “China Fantasy” by Patrick Ho (the second runner-up and Woolmark prize winner). The contest provided the young designers with a precious chance to make their dream become a reality by creating something new and brilliant.

Oriental Fascination: the Beauty of Porcelain Part I – China White in British Vogue March 2010 Issue (in memory of our beloved Alexander Mcqueen)

Oriental Fascination: the Beauty of Porcelain Part I – China White in British Vogue March 2010 Issue (in memory of our beloved Alexander Mcqueen)

The western world has shown great interest in the fabulous yet exotic and mysterious beauty of oriental art and culture for the past ten years. Since the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, the designers’ passion for traditional Chinese art has reached its peak ever. Many designer brands have been fascinated by Chinese blue and white porcelain