Tranquil Neon Lights
Tranquil Neon Lights

"I want to present the idea that there can be much energy inside peace, my main inspiration, blending with sparkling neon lights in Hong Kong. There is no contradiction between them that they can coexist or even elevate each other. In order to illustrate a harmonious yet vivid picture, I use fabric in the whole design but tie them with different methods" - Ching Nam Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova Location Farm Cultural Park

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Tranquil Neon Lights
Tranquil Neon Lights

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Tranquil Neon Lights
Tranquil Neon Lights

"I want to present the idea that there can be much energy inside peace, my main inspiration, blending with sparkling neon lights in Hong Kong. There is no contradiction between them that they can coexist or even elevate each other. In order to illustrate a harmonious yet vivid picture, I use fabric in the whole design but tie them with different methods" - Ching Nam Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova Location Farm Cultural Park

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Designer Ching Nam
Growth
Growth

"The skyscrapers and layers of buildings from my only memory of Hong Kong when I made this piece became my inspiration, so I added various fabric crossing over knots to represent the complex and layered concrete jungle. On top of that, I also used some detailed fish net fabric, and let it serve as a symbol of the culture and the sexiness of the city" Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova Location Farm Cultural Park

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Growth
Growth

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Growth
Growth

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Growth
Growth

"The skyscrapers and layers of buildings from my only memory of Hong Kong when I made this piece became my inspiration, so I added various fabric crossing over knots to represent the complex and layered concrete jungle. On top of that, I also used some detailed fish net fabric, and let it serve as a symbol of the culture and the sexiness of the city" Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova Location Farm Cultural Park

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Designer Julia Lee
Reflection
Reflection

"The inspiration behind my piece leading two words: explore and water. Water is colourless, but a large body of water like the ocean/sea changes colour based on what the clouds and sky looks like. The red shows the morning sunrise or evening sunset. The white represents a peaceful cloudy day and the wave-like shapes knotted are short in length to show that the water is relatively slow-moving" Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova Location Private House in Favara

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Reflection
Reflection

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Reflection
Reflection

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Reflection
Reflection

"The inspiration behind my piece leading two words: explore and water. Water is colourless, but a large body of water like the ocean/sea changes colour based on what the clouds and sky looks like. The red shows the morning sunrise or evening sunset. The white represents a peaceful cloudy day and the wave-like shapes knotted are short in length to show that the water is relatively slow-moving" Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova Location Private House in Favara

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Designer Shriya Sriram
Celebrating Changes
Celebrating Changes

"Red and Green represent the changes that I had gone through, while the transparent color depicts how I see Hong Kong, that is from all sides with my own two eyes. The red ruffles at the top of the dress were aimed to look like big flower petals to represent the growth that I had faced this year. As for the shape of the dress, I chose to design it with a lot of fringes to portray that a person has an endless change and journey" Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova

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Celebrating Changes
Celebrating Changes

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Celebrating Changes
Celebrating Changes

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Celebrating Changes
Celebrating Changes

"Red and Green represent the changes that I had gone through, while the transparent color depicts how I see Hong Kong, that is from all sides with my own two eyes. The red ruffles at the top of the dress were aimed to look like big flower petals to represent the growth that I had faced this year. As for the shape of the dress, I chose to design it with a lot of fringes to portray that a person has an endless change and journey" Photographer Salvatore Giglia Model Rebecca Padova

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Designer Faustine Tan