Style: January 2015 | South China Morning Post
Gin is back in demand at bars in Hong Kong and beyond

The formerly old-fashioned spirit becomes trendy with a new generation of drinkers, with modern twists such as flavour infusions and creative cocktails, writes Jacqueline Tsang.

Luxury heli-snowboarding gains popularity

Heli-snowboarding is growing in popularity and is an ideal choice for those who want to conquer uncharted territory, writes Daniel Scheffler.

Asian hotels bring their brand of hospitality to the West

Asian hotel brands share a vision of expanding to the West but differ in the styles of accommodation and service they intend to offer, writes Josh Sims.

Asian hotels bring their brand of hospitality to the West

Headpieces have evolved into a fashion accessory that is not to be overlooked, writes Daniel Scheffler.

HK$1.06 million couture cake for the ultimate party

From a high-jewellery watch to a Tesla convertible and even a merry-go-round, Penney Pang can re-create anything with icing sugar and her famous decadent chocolate mud cakes.

HK$1.06 million couture cake for the ultimate party

Even in stark, cold surroundings, a couple find beauty and warmth in each other.

HK$1.06 million couture cake for the ultimate party

Diego Della Valle, president and CEO of Tod's Group, focuses on high-quality collections that customers cannot resist, writes Jacqueline Tsang.

HK$1.06 million couture cake for the ultimate party

Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie opens on January 19. Here's a sneak preview of what's on offer at the prestigious fair.

 

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