Hong Kong Tatler - - Faces -

Hav­ing en­gaged in friendly ban­ter with Bruce Rock­owitz, Sean Lee-davies then chal­lenged Bruce’s wife, Coco Lee, to treat the au­di­ence to a song. Coco re­sponded by gal­lantly tak­ing the mi­cro­phone and singing an im­promptu, and very im­pres­sive, ren­di­tion of Stand by Me, cir­cling among the ta­bles while her hus­band looked on ador­ingly. As dessert was served, Sean Fitz­patrick, chief cre­ative of­fi­cer at Edi­presse Me­dia Asia, pub­lisher of Hong Kong Tatler, mounted the stage to an­nounce the re­cip­i­ents of the mag­a­zine’s an­nual awards. First was Most Promis­ing Young Lady (spon­sored by La Prairie), which went to Candy Chuang, chair­woman of the on­line auc­tion house Trea­sure. Candy, who said she was “sur­prised and hon­oured” as she did not re­gard her­self as young any­more, was dash­ing off af­ter the ball for a flight to Italy to marry her beau, Neville Kote­wall. In nam­ing Clau­dia Shaw, buyer and re­gional style ad­viser for Chanel, Most Stylish Woman (also spon­sored by La Prairie), Sean could not re­sist ask­ing for the se­cret of her great abs, to which she quipped, “It’s all in the genes.”

Lars Rottmann, Jea­nine Hsu, Sarah Ho and Sa­muele Ser­reli

Olivia Lee-davies

Gus Lee and Joyce Tam

Shirley Hi­ranand and Raje Hi­ranand

Anne Wang-liu

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