For some, home is a reflection of who you are as a person, what you’re passionate about and what brings you joy. That is certainly the case for designer Sean Dix, known for designing some of Hong Kong’s hottest restaurants and bars, as well as boutiques, showrooms and offices of luxury brands. In the latest issue of Hong Kong Tatler, we take a look at the designers’ modern yet timeless aesthetic through the lens of Fast Management’s photographer Steve Wong.
LOUDER THAN EVER
Subdued luxe and exciting silhouettes for the daring to see you through the Spring Summer months in the latest work from Fast Management’s husband and wife duo, Andoni & Arantxa, out now in the April issue of Tatler Hong Kong.
MAN’S BEST FRIEND
Photographer Until Chan, takes care and time with a studio filled all breeds of man’s best friend for his latest shoot with Vogue Man Hong Kong.
GREEN WITH ENVY
Colour blocking all the way in the latest shoot from Until Chan for the September issue of Vogue Man Hong Kong.
Until Chan collaborates with Italian Illustrator Giuseppe Restano for the inaugural issue of Vogue Man Hong Kong.
VOGUE HONG KONG
Forever known for her confident and audacious style, Helen Ma, opens the doors to her Hong Kong home to our photographer Steve Wong and the readers of Vogue Hong Kong.
Until Chan takes us along a nostalgic Hong Kong journey in his latest watches shoot for the inaugural issue of Vogue Man Hong Kong.
LOVE ME, HOLD ME, DRINK ME.
Raul Docasar photograph’s the latest advertising campaign for Hong Kong’s leading dairy producer, Kowloon Daily as they celebrate their 80th anniversary.
Raul Docasar photographs the latest advertising campaign for Hong Kong’s, family owned and leading dairy producer, Kowloon Daily as they celebrate their 80th anniversary.
Hong Kong Tatler’s much awaited September issue hits the newsstands with the stunning cover of Hong Kong entrepreneur, Dee Poon, shoot by Richard Ramos, with styling by the magazine’s fashion director Justine Lee.
Read the feature here https://hk.asiatatler.com/society/dee-poon-sept-2018