Denise Ng

Denise is assistant video producer at STYLE magazine.
Denise Ng
Denise is assistant video producer at STYLE magazine.

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Behind the scenes at GOOGLE

We go behind-the-scenes at Google's headquarters to witness firsthand all the most fascinating tech developments.

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

We go behind-the-scenes at Google's headquarters to witness firsthand all the most fascinating tech developments.

Behind the scenes at GOOGLE
World Cheese Day: what you need to know about the dairy product

Check out our round-up of cheeses and wines that should be paired with them

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

Check out our round-up of cheeses and wines that should be paired with them

World Cheese Day: what you need to know about the dairy product
John Lobb’s new Hong Kong flagship shop shows exquisite craftsmanship

English shoemaker’s artistic director Paula Gerbase discusses savvy customers, and synergy with Hermès and bespoke services at Landmark Prince’s

27 May 2018 - 10:01AM

English shoemaker’s artistic director Paula Gerbase discusses savvy customers, and synergy with Hermès and bespoke services at Landmark Prince’s

John Lobb’s new Hong Kong flagship shop shows exquisite craftsmanship
The brain behind independent eyewear maker MYKITA talks brand traditions and collaborations

Moritz Krueger says every step of the production is done in-house by inspired artisans

19 May 2018 - 10:02AM

Moritz Krueger says every step of the production is done in-house by inspired artisans

The brain behind independent eyewear maker MYKITA talks brand traditions and collaborations
2 easy day/night beauty tutorial with MAC Cosmetics' Romero Jennings

We had the grace and honour to speak to MAC Cosmetics’ Director of Makeup Artistry Romero Jennings, whose prolific work all across the globe and fantabulous Instagram account have garnered fans and celebrity clients alike (he was interviewed by Kim Kardashian, gasp!). Jennings is also way ahead of the curve when it comes to beauty trends, overseeing countless fashion weeks since joining MAC in the 90s.

10 May 2018 - 11:14AM

We had the grace and honour to speak to MAC Cosmetics’ Director of Makeup Artistry Romero Jennings, whose prolific work all across the globe and fantabulous Instagram account have garnered fans and celebrity clients alike (he was interviewed by Kim Kardashian, gasp!). Jennings is also way ahead of the curve when it comes to beauty trends, overseeing countless fashion weeks since joining MAC in the 90s.

2 easy day/night beauty tutorial with MAC Cosmetics' Romero Jennings
Celebrity make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury adds Asian twist to her signature looks

Tilbury talks skincare, beauty and empowering women with self-confidence

19 Apr 2018 - 2:16PM

Tilbury talks skincare, beauty and empowering women with self-confidence

Celebrity make-up artist Charlotte Tilbury adds Asian twist to her signature looks
Michelin-star chef Kirk Westaway on fusing British, French and Singaporean flavours 

The chef de cuisine of modern British restaurant JAAN ‘loves the diversity’ in Singapore

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

The chef de cuisine of modern British restaurant JAAN ‘loves the diversity’ in Singapore

Michelin-star chef Kirk Westaway on fusing British, French and Singaporean flavours 
Michelin-star chef Kirk Westaway on fusing British, French, and local flavours  

In an interview with STYLE magazine, on his way to the Asia’s Best 50 Restaurants awards night in Macau recently, the chef shares his love of fresh, seasonal ingredients and his hot tips for Singapore dining.

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

In an interview with STYLE magazine, on his way to the Asia’s Best 50 Restaurants awards night in Macau recently, the chef shares his love of fresh, seasonal ingredients and his hot tips for Singapore dining.

Michelin-star chef Kirk Westaway on fusing British, French, and local flavours  
Would you pay $325 for a non-alcoholic spirit? Seedlip hopes you will

‘World’s first luxury distilled non-alcoholic spirit’, sold globally since 2015, has Hong Kong debut at Taste of Hong Kong festival and cocktail bars in March 

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

‘World’s first luxury distilled non-alcoholic spirit’, sold globally since 2015, has Hong Kong debut at Taste of Hong Kong festival and cocktail bars in March 

Would you pay $325 for a non-alcoholic spirit? Seedlip hopes you will
Top 10 autumn/winter 2018 shows at Paris Fashion Week

The autumn/winter 2018 season saw many female designers at the helm of heritage maisons, such as Maria Grazia Chiuri at Dior, Natacha Ramsay-Levi at Chloé, Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, and Stella McCartney at her eponymous label. The breath of fresh air is also evident on the runway with strong heroines wrapped in sleek tailoring and romantic silhouettes with an edgy twist. 

20 Mar 2018 - 1:34PM

The autumn/winter 2018 season saw many female designers at the helm of heritage maisons, such as Maria Grazia Chiuri at Dior, Natacha Ramsay-Levi at Chloé, Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen, and Stella McCartney at her eponymous label. The breath of fresh air is also evident on the runway with strong heroines wrapped in sleek tailoring and romantic silhouettes with an edgy twist. 

Top 10 autumn/winter 2018 shows at Paris Fashion Week
Sacai Autumn/Winter 2018 highlights

We capture the standout looks from Sacai. 

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

We capture the standout looks from Sacai. 

Sacai Autumn/Winter 2018 highlights
Hermès Autumn/Winter 2018 show highlights

Hermès’ offering is catnip for its avid fans (we can already picture those cosy blankets complete with leather straps on the arms of wealthy jet-setters around the world).

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

Hermès’ offering is catnip for its avid fans (we can already picture those cosy blankets complete with leather straps on the arms of wealthy jet-setters around the world).

Hermès Autumn/Winter 2018 show highlights
Dries Van Noten’s winning streak paints Paris Fashion Week in vibrant colours

Dries Van Noten is known for creating over-the-top looks, and his wild play of colours and prints. This season the Belgian designer has designed a refreshing collection of real clothes. Here are 5 things to know about his latest ready-to-wear show.

14 Mar 2018 - 4:54PM

Dries Van Noten is known for creating over-the-top looks, and his wild play of colours and prints. This season the Belgian designer has designed a refreshing collection of real clothes. Here are 5 things to know about his latest ready-to-wear show.

Dries Van Noten’s winning streak paints Paris Fashion Week in vibrant colours
Dior celebrates women’s rights at Paris Fashion Week

Under the creative helm of artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s recent collections go beyond fashion statements to take on cultural movements such as feminism. 

14 Mar 2018 - 4:46PM

Under the creative helm of artistic director Maria Grazia Chiuri, Dior’s recent collections go beyond fashion statements to take on cultural movements such as feminism. 

Dior celebrates women’s rights at Paris Fashion Week
Dries Van Noten’s winning streak paints Paris Fashion Week in vibrant colours

Belgian designer’s colourful ready-to-wear show dazzles Paris Fashion Week

14 Mar 2018 - 2:35PM

Belgian designer’s colourful ready-to-wear show dazzles Paris Fashion Week

Dries Van Noten’s winning streak paints Paris Fashion Week in vibrant colours
How Spanish ruins inspired Nicholas Kirkwood's new shoe collection

Kirkwood’s new collection “An Impression of Stolen Space” is a shoo-in to succeed!

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

Kirkwood’s new collection “An Impression of Stolen Space” is a shoo-in to succeed!

How Spanish ruins inspired Nicholas Kirkwood's new shoe collection
5 apps and websites that will put a fun spin on your Valentine’s Day
French actress Alma Jodorowsky on her personal style

The musician, actress, model and singer waxes lyrical about her love for Chanel

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

The musician, actress, model and singer waxes lyrical about her love for Chanel

French actress Alma Jodorowsky on her personal style
Timothy Oulton's obsession? Dunhill Aquarium lighters

“I’ve just bought every [Dunhill lighter] that I can,” says Timothy Oulton. “Like doubling down on roulette, it’s not easy.” The creative director of his eponymous brand is a collector by heart and a designer by trade. Oulton’s furniture, lighting and interior accessories combine traditional British aesthetics with contemporary global design.
STYLE sat down with him at Rare by Oulton to find out more about his most interesting collection. 
 

22 Dec 2017 - 3:50PM

“I’ve just bought every [Dunhill lighter] that I can,” says Timothy Oulton. “Like doubling down on roulette, it’s not easy.” The creative director of his eponymous brand is a collector by heart and a designer by trade. Oulton’s furniture, lighting and interior accessories combine traditional British aesthetics with contemporary global design.
STYLE sat down with him at Rare by Oulton to find out more about his most interesting collection. 
 

Timothy Oulton's obsession? Dunhill Aquarium lighters
Tibi founder Amy Smilovic reveals the brand’s Hong Kong history
Tibi founder Amy Smilovic reveals the brand's Hong Kong history

Very few may know that the contemporary designer brand Tibi was founded in Hong Kong. It was off to a fortuitous start in 1997 when Amy Smilovic decided to sell her designs to expats in town, who then started wearing her clothes back home all over the world. 

12 Dec 2017 - 3:47PM

Very few may know that the contemporary designer brand Tibi was founded in Hong Kong. It was off to a fortuitous start in 1997 when Amy Smilovic decided to sell her designs to expats in town, who then started wearing her clothes back home all over the world. 

Tibi founder Amy Smilovic reveals the brand's Hong Kong history
Sylvia Chang wins Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award
Résonances de Cartier collection unveiled in New York City

Through skilful setting and craftsmanship – and with a little help from technology these days – jewellery maisons have been making incredible strides in this direction. So much so, that French maison Cartier has dedicated a whole collection to this theme with its new Résonances de Cartier, which last month celebrated the second chapter of its launch at its New York City flagship store.

23 Nov 2017 - 2:55PM

Through skilful setting and craftsmanship – and with a little help from technology these days – jewellery maisons have been making incredible strides in this direction. So much so, that French maison Cartier has dedicated a whole collection to this theme with its new Résonances de Cartier, which last month celebrated the second chapter of its launch at its New York City flagship store.

Résonances de Cartier collection unveiled in New York City
Giuseppe Zanotti on shoes, stars and style

Back in Hong Kong for the first time in three years, Giuseppe Zanotti graced the brand’s flagship store as it launched a SS18 collection. We caught up with him to talk shoes, stars and style.
 

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

Back in Hong Kong for the first time in three years, Giuseppe Zanotti graced the brand’s flagship store as it launched a SS18 collection. We caught up with him to talk shoes, stars and style.
 

Giuseppe Zanotti on shoes, stars and style
La Prairie is a blend of art and science, says CEO Patrick Rasquinet

The brand chose artists who created art through different mediums for an artistic showcase to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Skin Caviar line

17 Nov 2018 - 4:26AM

The brand chose artists who created art through different mediums for an artistic showcase to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Skin Caviar line

La Prairie is a blend of art and science, says CEO Patrick Rasquinet
If sushi is a solo, kaiseki is an opera – says Michelin-starred chef Shinichiro Takagi

Tall and quiet, Shinichiro Takagi is the chef and owner credited with the success behind his restaurant, Zeniya, a two-Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant in Kanazawa, Japan. We stopped by at the Hong Kong Asia Society centre for a chat with Takagi, who was in town for a dinner event titled “Kaiseki Journey: An Insight Into Japanese Culture Through Food”.

24 May 2018 - 4:15PM

Tall and quiet, Shinichiro Takagi is the chef and owner credited with the success behind his restaurant, Zeniya, a two-Michelin-starred kaiseki restaurant in Kanazawa, Japan. We stopped by at the Hong Kong Asia Society centre for a chat with Takagi, who was in town for a dinner event titled “Kaiseki Journey: An Insight Into Japanese Culture Through Food”.

If sushi is a solo, kaiseki is an opera – says Michelin-starred chef Shinichiro Takagi
Beer pairing meets fine dining at Hong Kong’s Island Shangri-La
The Fleming hotel reopens in Wan Chai after extensive renovation

Ten years after opening The Fleming, owner John Hui and consultant Jason Cohen took a year out to remake the hotel in a style reminiscent of old Hong Kong, with help from design firm A Work of Substance. 

8 Nov 2017 - 4:18PM

Ten years after opening The Fleming, owner John Hui and consultant Jason Cohen took a year out to remake the hotel in a style reminiscent of old Hong Kong, with help from design firm A Work of Substance. 

The Fleming hotel reopens in Wan Chai after extensive renovation
Why Hong Kong is Venus Williams’ gateway to acing Asia’s athleisure game
Five drinking apps for geeks, experts and liquor lovers