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The hustle in Hong Kong never stops. Hit the streets, stake your claim and never stop moving.  

NOWFASHION brings you the latest fashion shoot in an ongoing series exclusively photographed for NOWCarteBlanche.

 

Sweater: Tom Ford, Fur Coat: Emilio Pucci, Belt: Gucci, Denim Jeans: Chanel @Oncestyle.hk, Shoes: Vivienne Westwood, Bracelet: Lanvin

 

(Left first row) Sweater: Songzio @HarveyNichols.com, Trousers: Gucci @Oncestyle.hk, Shoes: Vivienne Westwood, Belt: Gucci, Bracelet: Lanvin
(Right first row) Top: Daks, Trousers: Clement Ribeiro @Oncestyle.hk, Bag: H&M Studio, Silk Scarf: Hermes, Shoes: Loewe, Bracelet: Lanvin, Sunglasses: Tom Ford
(Left second row) Suit Jacket: Vivienne Westwood, Shirt: Versace @Oncestyle.hk, Tie: Mee & Gee, Pocketsquare: Boss, Sunglasses: Tom Ford
(Right second row) Top: Fendi @Oncestyle.hk, Trousers - DKNY

 

Cardigan: PORTS1961, Trousers/Bag: Loewe, Shoes: Bally, Sunglasses: Tom Ford, Necklace: Lanvin

 

Top: Gucci @Oncestyle.hk, Denim Jeans: Mee & Gee, Necklace: Lanvin, Sunglasses: Tom Ford, Belt: Gucci

 

Top, Trousers & Bracelet: Lanvin, Belt - Gucci, Bag: Loewe, Coat (on lap): Gucci @Oncestyle.hk

 

Top: Adidas, Towel: Brook Brothers, Trousers: Loewe, Bracelet & Necklace: Lanvin

 

Suit Jacket & Trousers: ETRO, Ruffle Shirt: Mee & Gee, Bowtie: Yves Saint Laurent @HarveyNichols.com, Belt: Gucci, Sunglasses: Tom Ford, Shoes: Christian Louboutin, Scarf: Maryls @Oncestyle.hk

 

Towel: Loewe x John Allen, Bracelet & Necklace: Lanvin, Loafers: Giuseppe Zanotti 

 

Top: Dior Homme, Necklace & Bracelet: Lanvin, Denim Jeans: Mee & Gee, Shoes: Bally, Skateboard: PORTS1961, Belt: Gucci

 

(Left first row) Shirt: Marni @Joyce.com, Belt: Gucci, Trousers: Mee & Gee, Bracelet: Lanvin
(Right first row) Top: Versace @Oncestyle.hk, Trousers: PORTS1961, Shoes: Bally, Bracelet & Necklace: Lanvin

 

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 Photographed by Baldovino Barani
 Styled by Bhisan Rai
 Exclusive Grooming: Tom Ford For Men Skincare
 Model: Wilfred Huang @PRIMO MODEL MANAGEMENT

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