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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

PARTICIPATORY SCULPTURE BY S.K. LAM

For the new Mademoiselle Privé exhibition, S.K. LAM, Hong Kong-based artist and founder of the creative studio “AllRightsReserved” revisits the camellia, Gabrielle Chanel’s favorite flower. The participatory sculpture “Camellia Light” is continually redefined by visitors who add paper camellias that are provided.

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Tuesday, January 16, 2018

PODCAST #1
WITH KEVIN MA

For this first 3.55 podcast of Mademoiselle Privé Hong Kong, Tiffany Godoy is welcoming Kevin Ma, founder of men's fashion website Hypebeast. 



The Hong Kongese entrepreneur talks about his passion for design and how technology inspires him.

Listen to the podcast on Apple Podcast

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© Olivier Saillant

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

DROPPING PEARLS

According to artist Anothermountainman, pearls — which were so dear to Gabrielle Chanel — are objects of femininity: their roundness and lustre denote sophistication. In his video ”Dropping Pearls”, he imagines a story of Gabrielle Chanel dancing during a dinner. Her strand of pearls suddenly breaks and pearls drop to the ground. Each movement encapsulates beauty and elegance.

Stanley Wong Ping Pui, also known as Anothermountainman, is a Hong Kongese artist, curator and movie producer. He won different awards locally and regionally with his art projects.

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