Visiting the sleek new Page One bookstore in Harbour City is like stepping into the future. The sprawling two-story space includes galleries, shops, a cafe, and a restaurant all under one roof. Once inside, it’s easy to forget you’re actually in a shopping mall.
Nigo, the Japanese streetwear pioneer and founder of A Bathing Ape brand, has been a tastemaker and trendsetter for over two decades. A legendary collector as well as creator, he decided to hold an auction through Sotheby’s to part with some of his possessions.
Postmoderndisco, the alter-ego of Mandy Woo, created a downtempo track titled “Chasing Memories,” that begins with ambient noise taken from the busy streets of Mongkok. Even the clicking sound of H.K.’s sidewalk crossing aids for the hearing impaired, plays a role.
The first solo show by photographer Aisha Moon Johnson opens at Voxfire Gallery on Friday, September 26th. You may have spotted Aisha at some of Hong Kong’s underground events armed with a huge camera.
Cubic, Macau’s super club is getting ready for two major weekends and Hong Kong Hustle wants to hook you up! On Saturday, September 27th, Cubic hosts R&B kingpin Ne-Yo followed by an EDM weekend featuring Dada Life on Friday the 3rd, and Afrojack on Saturday, October 4th.
Nguzunguzu, the Los Angeles based duo comprised of Asma Maroof and Daniel Pineda, specialize in creating masterful reconstructions that take acappellas, samples, and instrumentals, and weave them together in results that often surpass the original songs.
Don’t miss DJ Nu-Mark! He’s the perfect storm: incredibly creative, impeccable taste in music, and a master showman. Nu-Mark’s last appearance in H.K., back in 2007, captivated the audience and left them completely dazzled.
The Hub, a young fashion trade show that continues to gain momentum, celebrated their third season in a sparkling new venue. For their latest event, the organizers selected a more intimate space and packed it with brands looking for wider distribution.