Queenie Rosita Law
While she may have made international headlines when she was thrust onto the front pages after her kidnapping in 2015, Queenie, the youngest granddaughter of the late Law Ting-pong (founder of the Bossini clothing empire), is now giving the world plenty of more positive reasons to write about her. Bucking the trend for private schools, she was educated at Law Ting Pong Secondary School in Tai Po, a local school open to all Hong Kong students that was named after her grandfather. She went on to study graphic design at London’s Central Saint Martins and established Production Q, a creative agency working with brands on artistic collaborations and production. With the likes of the Mandarin Oriental and K11 Design Store on her books already—as well as a turn in front of the cameras, as one of the faces chosen for Tod’s latest Band Hong Kong campaign—Queenie has clearly put the past firmly behind her and moved on to happier pastures.
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