Jacqueline Tsang
Jacqueline Tsang
Former Chief Editor, STYLE 
Jacqueline Tsang is the former chief editor of STYLE and former content director of Specialist Publications at the South China Morning Post. Her areas of expertise include luxury, fashion, watch, jewellery, F&B, beauty, hospitality and travel.

In 2021, she took her business up a notch with her first eau de parfum and, now based in Hong Kong, the fragrance entrepreneur juggles work and family with her trusty Cartier Santos on her wrist

While many companies took a more conservative approach during the pandemic, Stallard chose to open new locations in Hong Kong and Los Angeles – while juggling his fitness schedule and family time

All aboard the Wes Anderson art nouveau express: Belmond’s British Pullman train has been reimagined, channelling the creative whimsy which has produced The Grand Budapest Hotel and now, his latest film, The French Dispatch

The Ritz-Carlton, Rosewood Hong Kong and The Murray all offer excellent pet-friendly packages with dog-friendly cocktails, personalised dog tags and much more …

Summer is about over and it’s all about finding inner peace as we enter a new season – from workouts and singing bowl therapy to meditation with an 118th-floor view, these are the best packages to take some well-earned five-star headspace

We’ve all done our fair share of staycations by now – but this summer, hotels are upping the game with holistic packages recreating a complete foreign getaway with everything from Japanese bath rituals to Thai boxing lessons

Make the most of summer in the city with five-star packages offering everything from a recharge with Lululemon to a helicopter tour, Aston Martin test drive, or a magic potion workshop for the kids

What sets this newest club, which occupies three floors within Rosewood Hotel, apart from the rest? A focus on ‘personalities and passions’ over ‘status and profession’

The Eat Pray Love and Ben Is Back actress fronts the jewellery brand’s Happy Diamonds campaign, directed by Xavier Dolan, just in time for Watches & Wonders

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Tod’s men’s collection ‘Visionary’ Michele Lupi tells STYLE why we may be now be entering a post-digital era, and why his curiosity has kept him young

Xiaomi’s new logo – a ‘squircle’ instead of a square – might seem like an April Fool’s joke, but the Chinese smartphone giant isn’t the only brand that’s tried to overhaul its identity with a super subtle change

The hip-hop billionaire businessman on his lucrative deals with Square and LMVH, a soon-to-drop bitcoin announcement with Jack Dorsey, and why he wants to be ‘surrounded by great people’

The country’s contrasting cities of Fes, Casablanca and Marrakech offer mosques and a Unesco World Heritage Site medina, as well as the Majorelle Garden with its must-see Yves Saint Laurent Museum

Enjoy Chuhai cocktails, omakase tastings and a sake bar at a new three-in-one nightlife venue inspired by Tokyo’s eccentric Ginza izakayas – now open at which five-star Hong Kong hotel?

Launching just in time for Christmas, the tech brand’s first over-the-ear headphones tailor the listening experience to the user, offer a range of Instagram-worthy colourways and even allow you to stream the same audio with a friend

The Peninsula Hong Kong’s new Nordic-inspired Christmas staycation package offers delicious Swiss cheese fondue in a cosy chalet setting, a peek at a vintage Rolls-Royce and a fairy tale turn-down service that you need to see to believe

With the Australian wellness brand since it was founded by Dennis Paphitis, COO Suzanne Santos is well-placed to understand the rising importance of Asia and of e-commerce

Beloved for his portrayal of Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, in an exclusive STYLE interview the actor opens up about starring opposite Daniel Craig in the upcoming 007 movie – and coping through coronavirus

The Descendants of the Sun star is enjoying connecting with the creative spirit of Chaumet’s new jewellery campaign at a time when sharing matters the most

The leading lady in the smash hit cultural phenomenon Hamilton, Phillipa Soo stole hearts and managed to blow us all away in her role as Eliza Hamilton – so what comes next?