Fast Management’s Diego Merino travelled to sunny Cabo San Lucas in Mexico to shoot the latest menswear campaign for British fashion retailer NEXT.
Fast Management’s Diego Merino shoots a sartorial voyage that smoulders with 1960s nostalgia in his lates shoot for Financial Times’ How to Spend It Magazine.
Photographer Diego Merino shoots techno fabrics and futuristic silhouettes that transport fashion to the final frontier in his latest shoot for Financial Times’ How to Spend It Magazine.
With his unique point of view Eugenio Recuenco shots model of the moment, Connor Newell, in his latest work for GQ Spain entitled “Swedish Summer” showcasing the latest spring-summer trends for outerwear.
We never get tired of seeing the amazing ongoing collaboration between Fast Management’s Richard Ramos and male supermodel, Sean O’Pry.
In their latest shoot for the March issue of GQ Spain, Richard Ramos together with the magazine’s fashion director, Joana de la Fuente, take inspirarion from the golden age of cinema portraiture and James Dean.
That La La Land feeling in the latest cover shoot by our talented Richard Ramos for Madame Figaro Magazine featuring our favourite LA Woman, Jessica Stam.
The 2017 Hong Kong Ballet Ball took place this past Friday at Hong Kong’s Grand Hyatt Hotel. This annual fundraising event celebrated the outstanding achievements of our home-grown and World-renowned dance company.
We are looking forward to meeting the generous bidder who won a coveted photoshoot with Fast Management’s fashion and celebrity photographer, John-Paul Pietrus, during the evening’s live auction carried out by Sotheby’s.
Your generous contribution will ensure that Hong Kong Ballet continues to delight audiences around the World.
Photographer PJ Lam embraces serpentine sensuality as she shoots the hottest looks from this season’s collections for the February issue of SCMP Style Magazine.
JiHAE isn’t your typical rockstar. For starters, the South Korean-born pop-rock singer is the daughter of a diplomat. She grew up in Sweden and Nigeria, received a degree in political science from Emory University, and even dabbled in modeling for a period of time before pursuing a full-fledged music career. You may recognize her from those iconic Eileen Fisher ads, but she’s clearly more than meets the eye.
You can also add activist to her resume as she has rubbed shoulders with industry greats like Lenny Kravitz, and recently collaborated with Eurythmics musician Dave Stewart on the song “Man to Man Woman to Woman,” as a part of the U.S. State Department’s 2012 “Walk a Mile” campaign, which promoted cross cultural tolerance and world peace. Yeah, she’s kind of a big deal.
JiHAE recently made her acting debut last October on Mars, a National Geographic television miniseries, that required her to cut off her waist-length signature black locs. The end result? A cropped sexy undercut that compliments her edgy rocker style, and highlights her almond shaped eyes and gorgeous cheekbones.
When it comes to beauty, JiHAE is a no-fus, no-makeup makeup kind-of-girl who gravitates towards organic products. Her recipe for wellness is having a healthy mind, body, and spirit, of course. “Being healthy makes me feel beautiful,” the songstress tells Allure. And with a fitness regimen that consist of yoga and wing chun, an ancient Chinese martial art created by women, it’s easy to see why she looks so incredible. Wing chun is more than a workout for JiHAE, it’s a skill that takes dedication, inner strength, and above all—perseverance. In this episode of “The Power of Beauty,” series, JiHAE shares her favorite post-workout routine, advice on relieving stress, and the unexpected places she finds beauty products.
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Watching models come down the catwalk might be the closest thing to encountering something extraterrestrial. Fashionally released their latest fashion editorial shot by Fast Management photographer PJ Lam, entitled ‘Landing’, reflecting the concept of alien creatures in masks and headdresses landing on earth for the first time – naturally picking Hong Kong as their first destination to show off their fashion sensibilities.
Set on a rocky shores of Hong Kong’s island beaches, the editorial features 11 up-and-coming design talents, a majority of whom participated in HKTDC’s Young Fashion Designers’ Contest (YDC).