I have such mixed feelings about Hong Kong.
It’s beautiful, it’s modern, it’s progressive, it’s a whole other planet on it’s own.
But with all that power and progress, the folks in Hong Kong for the most part are so oblivious to the suffering of the vast majority of Chinese citizens. I feel the same way about Karachi – so much wealth, but little acknowledgement of the rest of the country.
If you ever go to Pakistan, I’d be so curious to see how you would photograph that country.
they look stunning!! – real women, styled by themselves in their own clothing and not on the way to/from a fashion show. After loads of blogs (not yours!Â¡) and pics with yet another stylist/model/editor dressed by prada/celine/chanel it is a true gusto to see those two beautiful and stylish girls chatting away
Hong Kong girls ROCK! Such style, I would move there in a minute if I could get a job. Wan Chai is the bomb. Make sure you eat as much as you possible can. Have Dim Sum at Maxims, the witresses are ever so chic in their amazing Cheongsam. I also have the best Cheongsam tailor in Hong Kong, Mr. Leung at Linva Tailors. If for nothing else you should see his tiny shop and the incredible way that he works. He is very old world elegant. Enjoy Hong Kong!
I’m glad you are there. I love HK, it’s one of the world’s great, beautiful and stylish cities. I’m looking forward to more of your photos, as I haven’t been since 2009.
There are a few blocks of shopping near Victoria Park in Causeway Bay (I think that’s the district), just around the Park Lane Hotel. Chic people, nice shops, cafes and restaurants in a mall-free area.
It’s so far away from Europe ,but this photo has something from our continent..
The girls look stunning and the environment so familiar..Looking forward for more photos,make us to be there through your shots!
Talking about clothes,love the blazer!!!!
This is such a gorgeous picture, I saved it on my computer right away! It’s also nice to see people sitting in your photos. Just relaxing! Thank you for always sharing wonderful photographs! Best, Carin
Their look is the opposite of each other. On the right, we have a woman who seems to be urban, she lives in the city while on the left the woman is more relax like people from the countryside. Magical !
What a nice photo :) But I know that one of them is actually a fashion blogger who attends quite a few fashion-related events…I wouldn’t say the style here represented is the ‘every day’ average woman in HK…
I’d like to ask you, after shooting in HongKong, did you think there were sensible to fashion as we are in Paris, NY, Milan and London? Could you feel a link between this city and the other Fashion Cities?
(I’m on a presentation of HongKong and I would be grateful to have your opinion on it on the fashion ground)
Fabulous capture and amazing juxtaposition of styles. LOVE LOVE LOVE the orange sandals with the bright blue breezy dress. The topknot perfected the outfit. Thanks again for capturing this the lovely aesthetic at the perfect moment.