Underground X Bwoy Wonder Punk!!

Hong Kong and China are huge up and coming fashion cities, they have got MAJOR quirky style and i would love to visit! One of the biggest Chinese and Hong Kong fashion department stores, Lane Crawford, hosted Fashion’s Night Out in collaboration with Vogue China on Friday night.

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Chinese FNO was launched last year to a mad reaction: Asia loved it! And this year, it is even bigger and even better!

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Check out this major balloon heel? Imagine how much fun it would be to pop it!!

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A host of special guests were flown in, including London-based nail specialist Charlotte Knight, who showcased her “FNO” nail design and launched her latest manicure set.

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New York performance artists, The Bumbys, also featured and are an epic addition to any event as they type up a personalised hilarious assessment of how they think you look!!

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AMAZING!

Renowned celebrity make-up artist Tony Li and Chinese blogger Han Huohuo launched their new books.

Vogue China’s editor-in-chief, Angelica Cheung, opened the event with the help of Jike Junyi, the third place winner in 2012’s reality TV contest “The Voice in China.” Jike sung a brand anthem entitled “Let’s Vogue.” What a jampacked evening!

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Angelica Cheung

 

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Jike Junyi

However there was also an huge guest appearance from Underground X Bwoy Wonder Punk.. Here he is:

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What a looker!!

Bwoy Wonder Punk is a mannequin, created by the collaboration of rock n roll London fashion label ‘Underground’ and Bwoy Wonder, the lego artist, who was flown over for Chinese FNO. Bwoy Wonder Punk has gone global!!

http://www.underground-england.co.uk/

Bwoy Wonder is a rad lego artist.. Check out him werqing these major necklaces! Lego plus fashion, what more could you want?!

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If you are a fan, here’s Bwoy Wonder’s website for you to peruse:

http://www.lyrics4lyrics.com/

And of course, all huge fashion events come with a good cause, and this one is no exception.  Lane Crawford has collaborated with New York-based designer Alexander Wang on a range of limited edition, unisex charity t-shirts (HK$450) with all proceeds going to Unicef.

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So…. How awesome did Chinese FNO sound?!