Hong Kong Tatler Ball 2017: Best Dressed Men
We wouldn't expect anything less than sartorial perfection from designer Barney Cheng, who wore an old Lanvin tux with lace, Barney Cheng tux shirt, Hermes pants, Lanvin tie, Charvet cumberbund, and Louboutin shoes to the occasion.
Arthur de Villepin looked fantastic in this tailor-made suit done with material from Loro Piana.
Why go for a standard suit jacket when you can go for tweed? Harris Chan had the right idea with this Chanel number.
Charles Yang took a vintage kimono he found in London and transformed it into this stylish jacket. Very cool.
We love a pair of well-dressed friends. Francisco Anton-Serrano looked dapper in this midnight blue suit jacket, while Peter Cheung wowed in this Versace robe.
Hot off the heels of his catwalk debut for Moiselle, Jonathan Cheung looked great in a Ralph Lauren jacket with a Tom Ford shirt, Saint Laurent trousers, La Perla cummerbund and John Lobb shoes.
Kim Robinson mixed things up with these gold trousers and classic English tailcoat by Dolce & Gabbana.
A white tux isn't the easiest outfit to pull off, but Joseph Fung nailed it.
Ronald Abram looked like a perfect gentleman in this classic tux.
William Louey did not hold back in this shocking-pink number by Dolce & Gabbana.