THE BIG RE­VEAL

Hong Kong Tatler - - Faces -

The award for Most Stylish Man (spon­sored by The Ma­callan) went to the dapper Pe­ter Che­ung, a vet­eran of the lux­ury industry who has just launched his own brand con­sul­tancy. Pe­ter made a funny, heart-warm­ing ac­cep­tance speech open­ing with a quote from English author Thomas Fuller, “Good clothes open all doors,” and go­ing on to say it prob­a­bly wasn’t just the clothes but also Hong Kong Tatler that helped open doors for him. Michel La­mu­nière, ex­ec­u­tive chair­man of Edi­presse Me­dia Asia, just had time to present mag­nate Pansy Ho with the Di­a­mond Award, which recog­nises im­por­tant work by an in­di­vid­ual in shap­ing Hong Kong and the world, be­fore she jet­ted off to Morocco on an­other busi­ness trip. On be­half of Pansy, Hong Kong Tatler will do­nate HK$100,000 to the Hong Kong Girl Guides As­so­ci­a­tion, a favourite in­sti­tu­tion of her fa­ther.

Greg Cran­dall, Michel La­mu­nière, Pansy Ho, Zita Ong and Sean Fitz­patrick Zita Ong and Pe­ter Che­ung

Candy Chuang

Greg Cran­dall and Clau­dia Shaw

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