Vogue Man Hong Kong’s launch issue hits news stands today with two covers featuring Korean actor, Park Seo-joon.
This marks the sixth international iteration of Vogue’s men’s fashion and lifestyle title, joining Vogue Homme, L’Uomo Vogue and Vogue Man in the Middle East, Poland and Ukraine.
For the launch issue, Brooklyn Beckham shot an exclusive photo montage and video “Being Brooklyn Beckham’’ and Los Angeles based photographer Cully Wright published “Love, My Way”, a photo project capturing relationships and couples. The issue also features columnists from Hong Kong, including renowned art collector William Zhao, artist Michael Lau, founder of Design Trust Hong Kong Alan Lo and lyricist and creative director Wyman Wong.
“We curated a visual and reading experience that is more fluid, so that each edition feels fresh and spontaneous, inspired by the things that are currently trending, instead of filling content according to a fixed magazine template,” editorial director, Jacky Tam, said.
Tam, a Hong Kong based editor who spent 11 years with GQ China, leads the editorial team with Creative Director Grant Pearce, also a GQ veteran who has spent more than a decade with GQ in China, Japan and Australia.