Zoom and va-va voom What a trill Spring is sprung THE SWANK SHOP HELD VALENTINO'S spring/summer 2002 fashion show at the Inter-Continental Hotel lobby lounge in Tsim Sha Tsui. Swank owners David and Judy Hong invited close friends Patricia Fang of Episode fashion group, China Foundation's Helen Fong and Metro Radio's Kam Kwok-leung, our favourite funster. The event was studded with the elite of the fashion world including Vogue girl and soon-to-be-married Helen Ytuarte, who looked tres boho in a Louis Vuitton top. Shanghainese singer/actress Rebecca Pan from Wong Kar-wai's In The Mood For Love arrived looking chic in a bright green Dior jacket. JEBSEN MOTOR GROUP and Porsche Centre Hong Kong took over the fountain area of The Landmark recently, much to the delight of Hong Kong car buffs. Former Miss Hong Kong Michele Reis was the guest star and duly posed on the shiny new bonnets of a number of models. Businessmen, car enthusiasts and Porsche aficionados came out in droves to the VIP cocktail event to 'ooh' and 'aah' at two new models: the 911 Carrera 4S and 911 Targa - but then again, it could have been for Reis. YAN CHAI HOSPITAL HELD ITS ANNUAL CHARITY BALL at (where else?) the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Wan Chai. Activities for the evening included a fashion show by Flora Cheong-Leen and the auctioning of a jade-and-diamond brooch provided by Chinese Arts and Crafts. Cheong-Leen was seen palling around with friend and author-turned-insurance agent Eunice Lam. Vanessa Lam, accompanied by her father Lam Kin-ming of the Crocodile clothing brand (no relation to Eunice Lam), sported a fabulous kimono-inspired top by Karen Millen. Hospital board chairman Christina Cheng sang classical Chinese opera to guests' delight and led the way for Eileen Ho, Tricia Chen (sans Kam Kwok-leung!) and Sunrasia prune juice girl Chen Chai-ping. More than $1 million was raised for the charity.