Hong Kong youth's obsession with all trendy things Japanese continued last week not just with the long queues for limited-edition items at the new Central Bathing Ape store. The Japanese fashion of Moussy, with its creative director Tsuyoshi Noguchi in attendance, was launched last Friday with a show at Times Square and a late-night party at IFC. On the same night, Tokyo street-wear label Beams Boy celebrated its first anniversary with a combination art show and party. Singer Leo Ku Kui-kei (right) was its special guest, as he's been moonlighting as a guest T-shirt designer for the brand by putting his cartoon character Kubi on a T-shirt. 'I could have gone to a design school but I missed the exam date. There was no way I could learn design then,' Ku laments. But with his new-found celebrity stature, he's certainly taking advantage of reviving his fizzled design career. A range of Kubi clothing is in the pipeline. 'Some investors have even approached me to make an animation based on Kubi. But I want to concentrate on clothes first.'