The whiskey bar Foxglove is located in Hong Kong at the Printing House on Duddell Street. It is the second bar opened by the Ming Fat House owner team of Jonathan Bui (Canadian), Eric Lam (American) and Shakib Pasha from Hong Kong.
Australian travel and cityscape fine art photographer Peter Stewart captures these stunning images from the most densely populated places in the world – Hong Kong. This series ‘Stacked‘, Stewart played with the perspectives as well as using the architecture to create some sort of patterns.
Vann In-Wai Kwok is a designer from Hong Kong who is currently based in London. She has worked with leading figures in the industry such as William Chang and Zhang Yimou, and clients including Apple, SONY and Samsung.
Flask and The Press is an unconventional duo that upends the traditional speakeasy concept: an intimate contemporary lounge concealed behind the facade of a cheery, sandwich shop.
Hong Kong-based experimental design company Saniyo, launched a beautiful collection of tabletop products earlier this year designed by Chi and Chi.
Urban Barcode is a photographic series shot in one of the most over-populated cities in the world, Hong Kong.
French fine dining is brought to street level in Hong Kong at Bibo. Serving up a modern take on classic French cuisine, wines of merit and back-to-the-roots cocktails, Bibo is a passion project that
London’s Studioilse turns out another excellent study in eclecticism, this time, in Hong Kong. Duddell’s, a restaurant and gallery in the Shanghai Tang Mansion, serves Michelin-starred Cantonese food to a members-only crowd.
In the same way that Nike drops several awesome sneaker styles at once, the brand launched six stores all over the world yesterday in New York, London, Paris, Milan, Shanghai, Hong Kong
Baccarat is a luxury magazine from Hong Kong, given to shooting almost theatrical fashion editorials. For their Spring/Summer 2014 issue, photographer Tim Wong worked with stylist Cheryl Leung and set designer Gemma Hayden Blest to stage a wintry set, barren of life, if not for the goats meandering around a ghostly
A couple weeks back in Art Basel Hong Kong, one showstopper that got all the spectators in a frenzy was a perplexing installation piece by Troika.
The grit and gloss of the Hong Kong urban architectural landscape are on full display in Daniel Büttner’s series Down Town. The Berlin-based photographer/designer captured its angles and curves with his
Hong Kong designer Kay Kwok shines a new light on menswear this year with his 2012 collection ‘Fake Eternity’. The collection presents a new perspective in Ancient Egyptian Culture. Kwok combined three main concepts in order to inspire the prints for this collection. The relationship of the sphinx and sunlight, chemical reactions of mummies bodies