Pulling Strings

Be­tween tak­ing di­rec­tion and posing for her shots, our af­fa­ble cover star, Quee­nie Rosita Law, man­aged to stay on top of client calls

Hong Kong Tatler - - Behind The Scenes -

As she jumped around the Chai Wan set for our cover shoot, Quee­nie Rosita Law talked en­thu­si­as­ti­cally about her re­cent trip to Taipei, where she’d at­tended a Cold­play con­cert with friends—fash­ion de­signer Melissa Bui, the Ar­moury’s Alan See and his wife, Alexa Bui, and Ruth Chao from Indicube. When it came to the clothes, Quee­nie par­tic­u­larly loved those by Vic­to­ria Beck­ham. She ad­mit­ted to be­ing afraid of wear­ing them be­cause they’re quite form-fit­ting, but she looked amaz­ing. For the fi­nal look, a blue off-theshoul­der top by lo­cal de­signer P’IA, the Tatler team had to at­tach fishing line to the sleeves so they could be kept vo­lu­mi­nous and puffy. The pho­tog­ra­pher, who’d flown in from Spain and rushed straight from the air­port to the shoot, mused that it made Quee­nie look like a pup­pet. Ever the hard­work­ing en­tre­pre­neur, Quee­nie took client calls be­tween shots and dur­ing lunch to en­sure she stayed on top of things at the of­fice. Then again, as a pho­tog­ra­phy pro­duc­tion pro­fes­sional her­self, this was not her first shoot.

Turn to p.96 for our cover story.

PER­FECT POISE Quee­nie wears a dress by Vic­to­ria Beck­ham, and Socrate ear­rings and a Socrate Be­tween the Finger ring, both by Van Cleef & Ar­pels

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