Vogue Hong Kong Has Landed

Defining the culture of Hong Kong through the lens of fashion

by Vogue Hong Kong

by Vogue Hong Kong

3 Mar 2019

Vogue Hong Kong has landed, featuring photographer Nick Knight’s futuristic portrayal of supermodels Gigi Hadid and Fei Fei Sun in looks from Karl Lagerfeld’s last Chanel haute couture show.

Between the covers, a global survey of talent is represented in fashion and beauty editorials by the likes of Walter Chin, Tim Wong and Zoey Grossman, while makeup maestro Peter Philips works his magic on guest model Kiko Mizuhara, and a special feature on the late Karl Lagerfeld looks back at the immense influence that he has had on the world of fashion at large.

Hong Kong’s role as Asia’s premier arts and cultural hub mandates Vogue Hong Kong‘s expanded culture section, which is headlined by a photo essay by anothermountainman that delves into the places closest to the hearts of the city’s most prominent entertainers – from Karena Lam and Joey Yung, to Carina Lau and Gigi Leung. A survey of locally born-and-bred artists and highlights in the upcoming Art Month of March round up the culture pages.

Given the preponderance of this city’s inhabitants to indulge in the finer things in life, the living section gathers the elements of la dolce vita in Hong Kong. We take a look inside the art-filled home of restaurateur Yenn Wong, ask the city’s most exciting chefs to recreate a dish that reminds them of their first love, and speak to designer André Fu about his locally-inflected design for the new St. Regis Hong Kong.

Pick up the first issue (available in Chinese only) of Vogue Hong Kong on newsstands now, and subscribe at