I.T Post – a high-end publication from Hong Kong, and nothing to do with dodgy connections

Posted on 14th May, by Colin Chapman in menswear. No Comments

My own experience of Hong Kong is fleeting, I went there as a pit stop on a Grand Tour of Asia, and while it definitely left an  impression: buses and buildings slim enough to slot into a toaster, a nostalgic ‘old London’ vibe, some heavenly dinners, and of course shopping, I can’t say my finger is on the pulse of what’s happening there. Cue the I.T Post, the publication from I.T, the Hong Kong based, “multi retailer” (they have own-name stores in HK and mainland China, acquired A Bathing Ape in 2012 and collaborate with everyone from French Connection to Galeries Lafayette).

While the name may conjure up the idea of a newsletter from your office I.T. manager, the Spring Summer issue of the I.T Post features some startlingly beautiful fashion editorial, with content spanning art, philosophy fashion, illustration and photography. While much of the fashion featured is international (from Christopher Shannon to Saint Laurent), the aesthetic is original and gives an insight into HK’s multi-faceted viewpoint on the world.

Best of all, I.T Post Spring/Summer 15 can be downloaded as a PDF from here or as a hard copy from I.T stores in Hong Kong (exclusively).


Vertigo-inducing photography by Humza Dea.


Darwinian Voodoo, a ‘conceptual lifestyle brand’ by Apex Predator.

Saint Laurent in I.T Post

Saint Laurent in I.T Post


Christopher Shannon in I.T Post


Christian Dada


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