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The february issue of Prestige Hong Kong arrives hot from the printing presses just as a new year in the lunar calendar comes galloping in. As experts in the Chinese Zodiac will attest, those born under the sign of the Horse are bright, quick-witted, stylish, energetic, active and independent, which likely explains why their ranks include names such as Clint Eastwood, Cindy Crawford, Harrison Ford, Oprah Winfrey, Denzel Washington, Halle Berry and Hong Kong’s own Jackie Chan. Yet as we at Prestige Towers like to think that such qualities apply to all our readers, whether or not they’re of an equine persuasion, for this most auspicious of occasions we’ve prepared an especially glittering package. For our cover story we caught up with Chinese supermodel Liu Wen, who in an hour-long chat in Beijing turned out to be as delightfully down-to-earth as she’s breathtakingly stunning, as well as being remarkably fluent in English – a language she only began learning in earnest a few years ago. Now a resident of New York’s East Village, Liu reveals that she’s a home girl at heart, hanging out with friends at her apartment where she cooks traditional Chinese food. She also (and this I still can’t believe) claims, “There’s nobody in my life, and this is very sad!” The queue, guys, begins on the right. Shanghai-born Michael Chow has lived a life that most of us can only dream of, being the son of the greatest-ever Beijing-opera actor, and presiding over one of Swingin’ London’s most fashionable restaurants in the late 1960s. Now in his seventies, the mercurial Chow has reached for the paint brushes that he put down some 50 years ago and reinvented himself as an artist. He tells us why on page 121. Soft-spoken style iconoclast Tomas Maier explains how he helped revive Italian fashion house Bottega Veneta, while British chef Fergus Henderson expounds upon his passion for offal. We discover the charms of Californian suburbia, disappear deep into the souk in Marrakech, drive very fast in Germany and raise a glass to his new vintage with Giovanni Bulgari. And we wish you all the greatest good fortune for the Year of the Horse.

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