Surprise, surprise. Black was the new black again at Gucci's autumn fashion party on Friday. Taking over an entire hall at the Convention and Exhibition Centre, the mega-production attracted more than 1,000 of the city's fashionistas. The show itself was certainly impressive, with a massive runway lit only by spotlights and several moveable giant chandeliers made from hundreds of candles in tall glass cases. The general reaction to the couture, however, was somewhat lukewarm. 'I'll stick to the handbags,' one guest said. CitySeen will leave the critical commentary to the sartorial experts, but we'll just say this: the clothes are, as usual, designed for very tall, skinny girls with no boobs. It didn't stop the crowd from indulging themselves afterwards with the free-flowing bubbly and thumping grooves. Those who could rushed into the VIP lounge. Among the famous faces seen partying hard, the most curious was pony-tailed fung shui master Peter So Man-fung (right), who is known to be quite a fashion fan. We suppose even a metaphysical man occasionally likes to live it up in the material world.