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, … Read More »
My Parisian tip for Ramen Noodles with butter finally made it onto the mighty Fantastic Man this week. Such a thrill! Whilst I’d never want to lose the glorious paper version, FM online shows how rapid and skilful the general shift from glossy mags to web has been in the last year. When I worked at the BBC I once described my hopes for the online medium as being the achievement of “the ultimate glossy magazine”. I think we’re there folks.