The latest edition of Quintessentially Asia magazine was released on Friday at Quintessentially’s fab Christmas Party in The Space on Hong Kong’s Hollywood Road, where a cool crowd enjoyed Christmas Carols, mince pies, brilliant British Cheeses and fine products from Berry Bros and Rudd, Gentelman’s Tonic, Timothy Oulton, Relish Kitchen, Jo Malone and Thomas Pink with support from Grosvenor.
In the magazine;s cover story ‘Space Invaders’ we check out the work of Hu Sheguang, Nicole Zhang and Ji Wenbo who are breaking new ground for the resurgent Chinese design community with their exquisite styling, use of materials and world class craftsmanship.
‘The F-Word’ harks back to the old world of Italian fashion and tells the story of Silvia Venturini at Fendi and what it meant to be born in to the ‘Fendi’ family, where she revolutionised the way women think about accessories with her baguette-inspired handbag.
Italian tailoring is a bench-mark for all those who aspire to sartorial elegance and in this issue we feature Pheres and Corneliani, who have established new standards of quality and élan in an industry where only the best survive.
A great suit looks just dandy with a glass of champagne and one of the finest cuvees is made by Herve Deschamps, the Perrier-Jouët cellar master. He told Quintessentially magazine about the importance of season variations in creating a pure elegant beginning and complex finish with their unique champagnes.
When the time comes to trade in your work attire for the latest beach wear the Aman Resorts have proven they can live up to their name, which translates to ‘Peace’ in Urdu, creating the perfect place to relax with Amanoi, their newest masterpiece located on Vietnam’s Vinh Hy Bay.