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Best dressed in Hong Kong: March 2019

There’s no doubt that Hong Kong is one very stylish city — just take a quick glance around on the street and you’ll see more dapper gentlemen and perfectly put-together fashionistas than you can count. And of course, Hongkongers dress to the nines for the many parties and social functions that fill our diaries every month, catching the spotlight with their one-of-a-kind fashions. That’s why, every month, we select the most stylish ladies and gents in town. Scroll down to find out who made our Best Dressed list for March.

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Whether it’s tangerine, coral or burnt orange — the orange colour, no matter the shade, is one of the trending hues this SS19 season. Elly looked beautiful in this asymmetric dress in a turmeric colour, and we like how she kept it simple by going for a mini Dior Saddle bag in the same hue, before elevating the entire look with a watch from Audemars Piguet and elegant Chanel earrings.

Related: Gallery: Audemars Piguet’s after dinner party

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This sartorial-savvy gent outlined the bright orange colour of his outerwear with a pale green shirt underneath, topped with a baseball cap to give the elegant long coat a more casual, relaxed twist.

Related: Gallery: Art Basel Hong Kong Vernissage 2019


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This style star on the right has certainly mastered the art of mixing and matching. We love how he pulled fashion pieces from different genres — the classic tuxedo, casual t-shirt, the utilitarian-inspired nylon bag — into one look and managed to make it work fabulously.

Related: Gallery: Mumm Harbour Party

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Pulling off a head-to-toe look in animal print is no easy task, but this fashionista on the right has managed to make it work brilliantly by choosing a dress in a zebra (monochrome) print so it’s easier to work with, and also one that’s in a thinner, sheer fabric to soften it all up. She also went for a more edgy hair style and make-up, which not only gives the look more character, but also helps divert attention away from the strong print.

Related: Gallery: Valentino’s Vring cocktail party

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If you think you can only wear high jewellery with a full-length gown and sky-high stilettos, think again, because Hedwig Tam shows us here just how you can work dazzling gems with an everyday contemporary dress and boots.

Related: Gallery: Chopard Magical Setting high jewellery cocktail reception

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Utilitarian aesthetics are still a hot trend at the moment, and we love Yoyo Cao’s coat/dress version from Fendi, featuring furry elements that have been expertly shaved and carved into a variety of sports-inspired patterns.

Related: Gallery: Fendi’s ‘The Shapes Of Water’ exhibition and The Peekaboo’s 10th anniversary celebration cocktail

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Spotted at Art Basel, these gents have demonstrated the easiest and most effective way to add statement print to your attire: layer it over a monotone look, then accessorise accordingly.

Related: Gallery: Art Basel Hong Kong Vernissage 2019

Best dressed in Hong Kong: March 2019

Cindie Chan

Style Editor

Fashion blogger turned editor, Cindie has spent over seven years covering all things stylish in the digital world. When she’s not busy poring over the latest covetable releases or attending the most talked-about fashion events in town, you’ll find her enjoying some precious downtime with her newborn son and sweet dog Rosy.

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