The I.T Sexy N' Rock party was steamy, but not necessarily in a good way. It had a good vibe, with the DJ dropping remixes of old-school pop and hip hop, and dancers putting on a show on the bar. Guests, dressed to impress, had varying sartorial ideas on sexiness. Some looked like they were attending a Bar Mitzvah while others looked like they'd walked straight out of a Lady Gaga video. If anything, the party was great for people-watching, with the impressively dressed turning up in a steady stream throughout the night. The party was a claustrophobe's nightmare. By 11pm, organisers had seemingly jammed at least 400 people into the Miyabi restaurant at The ONE in Tsim Sha Tsui, with many squeezed shoulder to shoulder as they waited for the fashion show to begin. I.T invited models Natsuko Watanabe (pictured right), Elli-Rose (left), Marie Zhuge Ziqi, Jessica Cambensy and Cara Grogan to show highlights of seven Japanese fashion labels, with looks ranging from military to Italian print. Guests cheered on their favourite models and snapped hundreds of photos. The party celebrated the opening of I.T's new shop, also located in The ONE, making it the umpteenth outlet in I.T's growing Hong Kong network.