By all accounts, there were fewer visitors and exhibitors at this year's Fashion Week, which ended on Thursday, but that didn't stop local designer Hidy Ng Kwan-kay (below, with flowers) from winding up the trade show in style with one of the more entertaining presentations of the week, both in sartorial glamour and production panache. Unlike high-end fashion houses that can afford to pay big stars and celebrities to grace their events, the front-row eye candy for her ready-to-wear Hidy N.G. line's show consisted of a bunch of fresh faces who are trying to be tomorrow's pop idols. They all looked quite vacuous, though a good indication of which girl might actually become popular was to see how long the tabloid lensmen lingered on them. Although we've never heard of the girls, the photographers certainly made eager acquaintance with long-haired Korean singer Enjel and buxom blondish hottie Wylie Chiu. In fact, seasoned model Kathy Chow Man-kei looked positively insulted that the cameramen mostly ignored her for the new crop of waifs. Anyway, Ng's show was a hit. In addition to a soundtrack, her urban glamour presentation City Twilight was bookended by a live saxophonist, with lots of silky, feminine party dresses in between. Pin-up girls may come and go, but fabulousness is forever.