Girl on film

A qui­etly con­fi­dent dresser, Clau­dia Shaw was sweet and charm­ing dur­ing our cover shoot

Hong Kong Tatler - - Behind The Scenes -

earing a flo­ral sum­mer dress, Clau­dia Shaw, the stylish grand­niece of the late me­dia mogul Run Run Shaw, sat in al­most com­i­cally pretty con­trast to the dusty, in­dus­trial film stu­dios serv­ing as the lo­ca­tion for our cover shoot. For one so pol­ished and beau­ti­ful, Clau­dia was sur­pris­ingly low main­te­nance. She dis­liked her hair be­ing fussed over, in­sist­ing that her glossy long tresses be left straight and that the make-up artist keep things nat­u­ral—“i want to look like me, not some­one else.”

When it came to the clothes, Clau­dia, re­gional style ad­viser and am­bas­sador for Chanel, was be­decked en­tirely from a rack of the brand’s lat­est col­lec­tion. She was the con­sum­mate brand cus­to­dian and de­clined to wear the dia­man­teen­crusted heels pro­posed by the stylist, opt­ing for the clas­sic black courts she had brought as a backup in­stead—“much more Chanel.”

Once on set, Clau­dia was ini­tially a lit­tle shy— but once the mu­sic was cranked up, she got into her stride and be­gan to pose with poise. She even had a lit­tle boo­gie to­wards the end.

Turn to page 146 for the full story.

Clau­dia ef­fort­lessly nailed the lat­est cu­lottes trend, pair­ing them with a power jacket and her own black patent courts to keep things chic

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