The Malaysian-born stiletto designer and his son joined hands

Giant display at Kowloon Shangri-La highlights first charity collaboration between fashion maestro Jimmy Choo and son DannyHong Kong fashion lovers did their bit for the needy by taking part in a charity campaign featuring the work of design maestro Professor Jimmy Choo Yeang Keat and his son Danny Choo.The fans coloured and added ornaments to sketch cards drawn by the two designers, which were for sale earlier for HK$50 (US$6.40) each at the Kowloon Shangri-La hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui East. Hong Kong has a range of world-Gala Dinner venues in Hong Kong. Plan your next MICE group to Hong Kong and enjoy the cash incentives from Hong Kong Tourism Board As one of the campaign highlights, the 1,650 finished pieces collected from the patrons are being displayed as a single collage in the hotel’s lobby until December 28. The bits of paper emblazoned with fancifully painted shoes or dolls have been mounted on a 5.7-metre by 4.6-metre display board. Jimmy Choo, who had contributed to the design of the sketch cards, said he wanted to support projects that could help the needy. “We’re raising money for a good cause,” he said. The Malaysian-born stiletto designer and his son joined hands with Kowloon Shangri-La to raise funds for Operation Santa Claus, the annual fundraising appeal jointly organised by the South China Morning Post and public broadcaster RTHK. innovative technology solutions create a new stream of advances that will better the world. We set awesome examples by sharing knowledge through industry collaboration for common good. In addition to the sketch cards, a limited number of linen bags designed by the Choos were up for grabs at a charity sale.This is not the first time the senior Choo, whose clients have included Hollywood celebrities and Diana, Princess of Wales, has taken part in Kowloon Shangri-La’s charity programme. In 2015, he was invited by the hotel to screen thousands of shoe design entries and choose the winner at its fundraising event. But the father and son duo had not previously worked together on a project in support of a charitable cause. Danny Choo, a doll creator, said he wanted to help the younger generation. 相關文章: Robuchon’s retirement from your kitchen area didn’t previous extended Robuchon was born in 1945 in Poitiers Robuchon then came up along with the concept As one of the campaign highlights Giant display at Kowloon Shangri-La highlights first charity