Benjamin Li
Sep 24, 2013

IFC Mall debuts star portraits from 80-year-old Studio Harcount of Paris

With French brands, including Pierre Hermé Paris, Le Salon de THÉ de Joël Robuchon and Givenchy, among its tenants, Hong Kong's IFC mall is presenting an exhibition titled 'A date with Studio Harcount Paris" from 27 September to 13 October. The exhibition showcases 22 black-and-white portraits of European and Chinese celebrities including Fang Bingbing, Marion Cotillard, Sophie Marceau, Karl Lagerfeld and Michelle Yeoh.

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