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Andante x Qeelin “Behind the Scene” Photo Installation by Dennis Chan

by on Jul 27, 2015 in Perspective Promotions
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On July 14, Andante celebrated 10 successful years in the field of contemporary living by holding its 3rd joint photo 10+TEN exhibition series: Behind The Scene by Dennis Chan.

Creative Director of Qeelin Jewellery, Mr. Dennis Chan’s photos, along with the Minotti 2015 collection sofas Yang and Seymour, ushered in the celebrations at Andante’s showroom in Central, Hong Kong. A selection of distinguished guests and friends joined the event to experience Qeelin’s growth process and view the latest trends.

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More than 100 guests joined the celebration while also enjoying the photo exhibition. World famous designer, Mr. Steve Leung was guest of honour. Other guests in attendance included Mr. Celeb Kam, Miss Candy Law, Miss Ankie Beilke, and Miss Margery Au.

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The photo installation will continue until 15 August.

Details

Venue: Andante, 11F Ruttonjee Centre, Duddell Street, Hong Kong
Date: Until 15 August
Opening hours: 10am – 7pm Monday-Friday, 10am – 6pm Saturday

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