Agenda
RECAP: Franck Muller's Crazy Hours Collection Launch Party (Hong Kong)
Text by Justin Ng | Photos courtesy of Franck Muller
04.04.2019
Kingston Chu, Kelly Chu, Julian Cheung Chi-lam & Nicolas Rudas
Qiqi Yan & Simon Lam
Brunch and Beach Club
Party zone featuring a hug-me teddy bear
Kayla Wong & Janet Ma
Olivia Dawn
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You can check the all-day party off your bucket list. To celebrate the launch of their Vanguard Crazy Hours collection exclusive to Asia, Franck Muller hosted a ‘Crazy Hours 24/7’ party located at the capacious Kingston International Centre in Hong Kong to a bevvy of celebrities including brand ambassador Julian Cheung, actor Simon Yam, actress Qiqi and fashion entrepreneur Kayla Wong. The ritzy getaway party began with a psychedelic passageway, filled with Art Deco neon numerals in obscure fashion. But past the mysterious timetunnel, guests got their first glimpse at the star of the show – Vanguard Crazy Hours collection – encapsulated in an elegant Vanguard case, with the cogitatively curved caseback privy for the lucky guests to try on. The guests were then allowed to explore and party in the specially curated zones: Besides Little Havana (Cuban-inspired) with old-fashioned Cuban architecture, palm trees and iconic Panama hats, the 'Day' section featured a Beach and Bruch Clubs, with fun inflatables and Rose bottles and donut floats on a faux summer beach. Finally, guests were filtered into the 'Night' sector, with an electric violin performance by Olivia Dawn and a party zone housing an enormous fuzzy teddy bear, a cocktail bar as well as a bevy of mini game stations for a 24-hour night of fun.

 

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