Thursday I ran into six different friends who each asked me the same question: “Are you going to the Adidas party tonight?” With that level of interest, I made plans to arrive unfashionably early. What made the Adidas 60th anniversary such a major happening?
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Blood Brothers, a film starring two of my favorites, Daniel Wu and Hsu Chi, opens tomorrow in Hong Kong cinemas. The film is produced by John Woo, which marks his first return to Hong Kong / Chinese cinema in a long, long time (fifteen years?) Blood Brothers is a period piece gangster picture set in [...]
Last week I attended an event for Bobbi Brown, the cosmetics brand. The venue was an empty space in M-88, a building on Wellington Street in Central. I didn’t know what to expect, but arriving there the place was surprisingly packed. Instead of a fashion show or performance, the focal point of the evening was [...]
This week’s issue of EAST TOUCH magazine features a special tri-fold cover of the extended CLOT crew. The first third of the magazine, (nearly 40 pages!) is devoted to CLOT’s accomplishments over the last three years and includes a time-line of their projects. Featured on the front panel of the cover are a diverse group [...]