10 Best Tatlergrams Of The Week (April 15)

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April 15, 2017 | BY Christian Barlow

Catch up with some of our favourite Tatler personalities

From the streets of India to canopies of cherry blossoms in Kyoto, we catch up with where our T-personalities have been this week. Stay in the know by following @hongkongtatler on Instagram or with our weekly Tatlergrams column.

Eleanor Lam 

Sabrina Ho and Eleanor Lam couldn’t resist a picture with Moiselle’s Creative Director and their good friend, Harris Chan, at Moiselle’s star-studded 20th Anniversary fashion show.

See also: Moiselle 20th Anniversary Fashion Show

 Sabrina Ho

Sabrina Ho and Eleanor Lam were also together at the Goxip party to support Carmen Yim and Chryseis Tan

See also: Goxip Marketplace Launch Party

Deborah Hung 

Deborah Hung was feeling Japanese in her jet black wig as she snapped a selfie whilst enjoying ramen during her quick trip to Tokyo.

Angela Cheng-Matzuawa

Also in Tokyo was Angela Cheng-Matsuzawa—she snapped a cute photo of her sons looking through Yayoi Kusama’s pumpkin sculpture at the Japanese artist’s exhibition in Tokyo.

Loui Lim

Speaking of Japan—Loui Lim striked a pose along Kyoto’s Philosopher’s Walk where the cherry blossoms were in full bloom.

See also: 7 Places In Japan to See The Cherry Blossoms In Late Spring

 Queenie Rosita Law

Moving on to Taipei, where Queenie Rosita Law was in town for the Coldplay concert.

Feiping Chang

Feiping Chang posted a throwback of her favourite look from her photoshoot in India with Nirav Modi, which ran in the April 2017 issue of Hong Kong Tatler.

See also: Diamond Days: Feiping Chang Visits Nirav Modi In India

Olivia Croucher Buckingham

Back to Hong Kong, where Olivia posted a quick snap after dinner with pal Tina Leung at Potato Head.

Yolanda Choy-Tang

With Yolanda’s svelte figure, one might find it hard to believe that she indulges in ice cream, but she posted a selfie where she had not one, but two Oddies ice creams in hand.

 

William Zhao

Always one to speak his mind, it seems our Art & Design Editor-at-Large, William, has found his dream shoes—where can we get a pair?