Rounding off the day’s festivities was the VIP party held at the swanky Armani/Prive.
December 10th, 2013
Guests were invited to the beautiful open terrace at Armani/Prive to celebrate the success of Hong Kong Indesign: The Event.
Sponsored by CLESTRA, the after party saw guests exchanging stories about their day over food and drinks. The winner for The Project was also announced with Lamex and PSI Asia taking the top prize. It was the perfect close to a fantastic event.
Special thanks to beverage partner At Style Wine and Aesop for the goodie bags.
Hong Kong Insdesign
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