Indian fashion designer Rocky S experiences Hong Kong's trendy and fashionable side
Fashion designer Rocky S recently visited Hong Kong and experienced the trendy and fashionable side of the city. The diversified environment and culture captivated his heart! During his stay in HK; Rocky met up with various local designers to exchange views and opinions on fashion and art. Synergy sparkled up from every encounter he had with the local art group.
crowd was amazing and I was very excited to see clothing created by
young Hong Kong designers," Rocky said after attending the NARS 3.1
Philip Lim Press Launch Fashion Show at Hong Kong Fashion Week. He
enjoyed meeting up-and-coming Hong Kong designer Chailie Ho at her
design studio in PMQ on Hollywood Road, where they chatted about her
designs, fabrics, and art.
said he was very impressed by the "quality, craftsmanship and
femininity of her designs", and especially liked fabrics that
featured her hand-drawn water colour sketches. He thought PMQ was a
cool 'arts hub' and marvelled at a
display of 1000 panda sculptures. During his four day long visit from 8th -11th July, Rocky also visited local designer
Luke Yeung's shop on Moon Street, in Wanchai, where he purchased
several interesting accessory items.
strolling around the area visiting designer boutiques, he said: "This
is what people want to see. It's something different from the
run-of-the-mill big brands. I really like it."
the Kowloon side of the city, Rocky visited fabric shops in Sham Shui
Po and bought some suede trim. "I'd love to come back and spend
more time exploring this area," he said.
route, he sampled sweet tofu dishes at the famous street stall A1
Tofu Company and savoury food at renowned Bao Dian Liao Lee. He
particularly liked the deep-fried tofu with spicy chili. On top of
all the above adventures, Rocky had a great time at a party
especially organized for him at the fashionable Armani Prive in
Central's business district, where he mingled with media and
conclude the overwhelming journey, Rocky relaxed over a vegetarian
lunch and ambled through Stanley market before his departure. He
said, "Stanley is like being transported to somewhere like southern
France, and shows yet another amazing side to Hong Kong. I love this