Hong Kong style tips

Fashions real Hongkongers choose: Jason Black, restaurants consultant

Learn the basic ingredients for a stylish wardrobe from the food and beverage industry veteran, chef, author and founder of Empire Media

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 03 June, 2015, 11:37pm
UPDATED : Thursday, 04 June, 2015, 12:15am

Massimo Dutti belt

I like the colours of the belt as they're pretty subtle — and I don't mind burnt orange as a colour.

Gieves & Hawkes handkerchief

Finding a silk white handkerchief isn't as easy as you might think. Gieves & Hawkes have some great pocket squares and accessories. I snagged this one as soon as I saw it.

Sheung Wan

I have lived in the same place for about five years. There has been a great revival of the area and I like the little coffee shops that keep springing up. I couldn't imagine living anywhere else.

Marks & Spencer linen pinstripe jacket

I am fortunate to have a body that fits with most off-the-rack items. If I do find something I like, I will normally have it altered, especially the sleeve length.

Prada glasses

I have a few pairs but as my hair is starting to grey, I thought I'd find glasses to match.


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