Taken a little while ago outside of Lane Crawford, what an exuberant but still ethereal kind of ensemble!
Sorry for the delay in getting these photos up. I know the event was last week, but the exhibition is still on at Lane Crawford.
Above are make-up artist Tupper Bai and his friend, a fashion photographer.
Tommy, the PR Director for fashion retailer Shine, shows us how to mix blue and hot pink. Trousers are tailor-made, the shirt is vintage imported from the US purchased at Mega Mega Vintage and the sweater is Prada.
Photographer Wang Peng has evolved his own rather versatile way of dressing. He has five tailored suits in this exact cut each in a different color. They can be either worn as a suit or mixed and matched. I will have to ask him next time if there are really are a total of 25 potential outfits or if some of the colors don’t really go together. The fabric is canvass that he purchased at Muxiyuan.
Among the collaborative projects at the Lane Crawford and Modern Weekly ‘A Plus’ exhibition was a pop-up photo studio by designer Xander Zhou and photographer Trunk Xu. Here is Mega Mengmeng being photographed. Xander Zhou and Trunk Xu collaborated before on the famous Gay China issue of Hong Huang’s Ilook magazine. Here are photos from that issue.
Drink sponsors for the Lane Crawford and Modern Weekly‘s ‘A Plus’ exhibition, Pommery might consider sending me and Joy Island a couple more bottles.
Lenny Han is an Australian-Chinese Director. Great combination of grey colour-palette items and even the shoes work!
PR-Agent Xiao Xiao was in a very exceptional black and transparent bodysuit.