Hong Kong Tatler - - Upfront -

Mem­bers of Gen­er­a­tion T—the 100 tal­ented young lo­cal trail­blaz­ers iden­ti­fied by Hong Kong Tatler and pro­filed in a new an­nual book­let—flocked to Quarry Bay to cel­e­brate the launch of the book­let, Gen­er­a­tion T, a project jointly pre­sented with IWC Schaffhausen. The venue, Space 27, was trans­formed with a rock ’n’ roll theme to give the feel of a cool house party. The walls were dec­o­rated with pat­terned car­pets from the House of Tai Ping, ice buck­ets were filled with a va­ri­ety of San Pel­le­grino bev­er­ages, and guests en­joyed free-flow­ing bub­bly cour­tesy of Veuve Clic­quot. Pho­tog­ra­pher Cal­laghan Walsh had the crowd on their stylish toes show­ing off their out­fits for his rov­ing lens, among them Jamie Lee and Greg Mcna­mara in their sharp Shang­hai Tang suits. The high­light of the evening was a live set by Aus­tralian singer Darren Hart, bet­ter known as Harts, which in­cluded his hits Pe­cu­liar and Leave It All Be­hind. Out on the ter­race, Disco Step Child con­tin­ued the en­ter­tain­ment with a set that had the crowd let­ting loose, with Jaime Ku show­ing off her dance moves.

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