Beauty & fashion
Surviving ready-to-wear fashion and jealous colleagues - cheongsam's evolution at Linva Tailor on Cochrane Street
Not only is cheongsam a Chinese fashion staple that’s been around since the 1920s, it also kept one shop in business for decades.
She’s one of the new faces of CoverGirl. And she’s wearing a hijab.
We spoke to local make-up artist Natasha Moor for tips and tricks on how to make what's available in this city work for your complexion; whatever colour you are.
Struggle to find makeup that matches your skin colour because you're on the darker side? You’re not alone.
Steph Ng's Body Banter battles anorexia, 'Asian size', low self-worth, and other problems with body image in Hong Kong
Steph Ng wants you to learn to love yourself, no matter your shape or size.
Lam Tai Fai College's "Dream Painter" fashion show saw student designers combine 3D printing with customised fabrics and patterns
Students at Lam Tai Fai College are letting their clothes do the walking and talking at their annual fashion show.
Tired of showing up to a dinner with friends only to find that three of you are wearing the same dress? We have an easy solution: shop vintage!
Mac’s Romero Jennings on make-up, social media, YouTube beauty vloggers and advice for aspiring make-up artists
The director of make-up artistry, Romero Jennings, talks real about being a make-up artist and why he always keeps a flashlight in his kit.
Sisters Zehra and Sophia Naqvi's fashion brand Glo is inspired by anything - from Harry Potter to middle eastern mosaics
Creating their own clothing brand was a natural step after years of dreaming, drawing and being inspired by the colours and patterns in the world around them.