— November 5, 2013 —
After his whirlwind Asian tour through Bangkok and Jakarta to launch his special capsule Mr Quiffy for House of Holland collection, Henry Holland finally touched down in his last stop, Hong Kong, just in time for Halloween. The fun-loving designer always loves a good opportunity to dress up and so, for his DJ-ing gig on Halloween night at the biggest party in town, hosted at Socialito, Henry Holland dressed up as Zombie Boy while long top Electric sekki friend DJ Eve Speciall (who manned the decks earlier that evening) dressed up as Lady Gaga, both from the music video, Born This Way. After a night of wicked Halloween shenanigans, it was all work the next day; non-stop interviews for Henry Holland at Liger, the boutique in Hong Kong which is exclusively carrying the Mr Quiffy collection. For those of you who might not know, Liger is co-run by Hong Kong celebrity fashion icon Hilary Tsui and her good friend, Dorothy Hui. Their quirky cool store, Liger, is the perfect partner for House of Holland's Mr Quiffy line. If you follow us on Instagram (at @electric_sekki) then you'll already know by now what Henry was up to last week. But just in case you missed it, here's a behind-the-scenes peep at Henry's antics in Hong Kong.
Henry Holland arrives at the Electric sekki showroom to say hello!
Henry Holland getting busy with an media interview.
Henry Holland (right) and DJ Eve Speciall (Left) DJ-ing at the Halloween party hosted by Socialito ; both are dressed up as Lady Gaga and Zombie Boy in the music video for Born This Way.
Then, on Friday, it was off to launch the Mr Quiffy for House of Holland collection at Liger in Causeway Bay.
Find the full Mr Quiffy for House of Holland collection at Liger here:
G/F, 55 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong.