Posts Tagged ‘fashion’
Hong Kong people love Korean, American and European fashion, but what happened to our own local style? Varsity looks at how local fashion designers are struggling at home despite their international recognition.
It used to be mainly women who were judged by their looks and figure but now men are also under increasing pressure to attain the perfect face and body.
Green Ladies is Hong Kong’s first consignment store – collecting and reselling unwanted fashion to reduce waste.
The Chinese Manufacturer’s Association says there are almost no factories still operating in Hong Kong. But some companies remain optimistic that local manufacturing won’t die out and do all their production here.
Living in a city with traditional gender norms, cross-dressing is prone to misunderstanding and controversy. For many corss-dressers, wearing the clothes of the opposite sex is a way of expressing their individuality and is not neccessarily related to sexual orientation.
Proving fashion can be eco-friendly and ethical, Earth.er aims to put the planet and people at the heart of its business.
From the “World of Suzie Wong” to “In the Mood for Love”, the cheongsam or qipao is an iconic garment that symbolises Hong Kong femininity in the popular imagination. Here two very different cheongsam collectors tell Varsity why they love these figure hugging Chinese dresses.
Instant peel-off eyeshadow for time-strapped beauty afficionados
It is the season to refresh your wardrobe! Go Vintage!. Bring out your personal style and show your creativity by customising pre-owned clothes. Mee&Gee sell cheap, one-of-a-kind items that are easy to mix-and match.
Reporter: Crystal Chui Tsz-ying It is a weekday evening at a Hong Kong coffee shop. Men in suits and young office ladies turn their heads towards the entrance as a young man strides in. The young man’s outfit is not what we usually see men wear: a short camouflage-patterned jumpsuit with a pair of flats. […]