Christian Louboutin x CJ Henry exhibition

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Recently legendary shoewear designer Christian Louboutin hosted an exhibition in collaboration with Australian artist CJ Hendry entitled ‘Complementary Colours’. Hendry is known for her hyper-realist monochromatic pen art works; however this exhibition was bursting with colour as dozens of lustrous and glossy art works were dedicated to bright hues from teal to tangerine. The largest artwork came in Louboutin’s classic shade of red, while piles of red-heeled shoes decorated the gallery space and were hung in the window. Hendry’s artworks could also make great make-up palette inspirations, or provide stunning packaging inspiration too. The exhibition took place at the Fringe Club’s Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery and was only open for a few days.

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Rupert Sanderson x Andy Warhol Shadows exhibition

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Famed British footwear brand Rupert Sanderson is hosting a pop-up exhibition to celebrate the launch of the label’s Shadow II Series. Housed in luxury mall The Landmark, the exhibition sees six original Shadows series screen prints by Andy Warhol on show alongside illustrations of the brand’s latest collection. The Shadows series is a marked departure from Warhol’s classic pop-art prints, and the footwear design inspiration is clear to see in colour palette, elegant shapes and eye-catching glitter. The exhibition is on until April 6, is free to view and is located a few feet away from the brand’s second floor store and along one of the busiest pedestrian walkways. For fashion fans looking for a fashion fix during art month, or a fine art break from shopping, pop by and check it out.

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L’Arche de Noé Van Cleef & Arpels Exhibition

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Asia Society‘s Hong Kong Center is currently hosting a beautiful and innovative jewellery exhibition entitled L’Arche de Noé (Noah’s Ark). Iconic jewellery brand Van Cleef & Arpels are famed for their exquisite animal themed jewellery, showcased perfectly by their new Fine Jewellery Collection. The exhibition is conceptualised by American artist and set designer Robert Wilson, and recreates the ambiance of the ark through a room lined with jewel cases showing over 50 animal pairs. The room is filled with soothing calm music, until suddenly the room darkens, a crack of thunder rings out, lightning streaks fill the room and then the seas calm and its back to the calming soothing motion of waves. The multi-sensory exhibition is a fresh experience for luxury brands exhibiting their latest collections. Each piece is breathtaking in detail and is a must-see for any jewellery or fashion fan in Hong Kong. The exhibition is free entry and on until March 26th – book an entrance ticket at http://www.vcarchedenoe.hk. Here are a selection of some of my favourite pieces.

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The Hub Hong Kong

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A couple of weeks ago I visited the Hub Hong Kong, Hong Kong’s leading fashion trade show. It was great to speak to some of the designers and brands there, from Chinese designers looking for overseas buyers to English brands looking to enter the Asian market. Spread across three floors of an industrial space in Lai Chi Kok, the trade show ran for two days and this year marks the fourth edition of the invite-only show.

参观了The Hub 香港 香港的领导时装贸易商高兴一些设计师品牌讲话那里人们包括中国设计师寻找海外买家英语品牌寻求进入亚洲市场层楼荔枝产业空间分布展会贸易持续了今年第四只邀请

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Pradasphere lands in Hong Kong

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Pradasphere has recently landed in Hong Kong. Located at the Central Ferry Pier number 4, the same location where Shanghai Tang hosted a fun pop-up in Mongolian yurts a few years ago, the exhibition explores Prada’s universe. Showcasing dozens of outfits and accessories from Prada’s extensive archive, the exhibition is divided into six key areas; Origins, Evolution, Typologies, Specimens, Construction and Observation. A highlight is an interactive display which shows campaign images, lookbook shots, fashion films and iconic advertisement images. Running to December 5th be sure to check it out if you are in town.

Pradasphere 最近 香港开设次展览位于中央渡轮码头数字 4,上海主办一个有趣同一位置存储使用蒙古包年前上海主办一个有趣存储相同位置使用蒙古包次展览探索Prada 的历史次展出共有数十名服装配件从Prada 的广泛存档展览分为六个关键领域 起源 演变 类型 标本 建设观察亮点交互式显示显示运动图像 时尚电影标志性广告图像开放直到 12 月 5 日,所以如果有空时间必须出看

 

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