Valentine’s Day 2022: Fashionable outfit ideas for men

Getting ready ahead of the romantic festivities for valentine’s day? You’ve got the sweet confections and thoughtful gifts on point and a romantic dine-in booked for you and yours, now all that’s left is to put your best foot forward in your most polished outerwear. Whether you’ve dedicated the day to a casual alfresco brunch or planned an intimate evening together, these looks to make you stand out will surely have her (or him) stand proud next to you. 

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Shirt, jacket, pants, cross-body bag and shoes by Valentino

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Polo shirt, pants and shoes by Herm├Ęs

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iPhone 13 Mini in red, AirTags with red tag and Apple Watch Series 7 in red by Apple; Jacket and pants by Dunhill; Shoes by Christian Louboutin

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Necklaces, rings, jacket, pants and shoes by Bottega Veneta

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Sweater, shorts, handbag and shoes by Loewe

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Jacket, trousers and shoes by Hugo Boss

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Jacket and trousers by Mr Porter; Rings, water bottle with sling and sneakers by Givenchy


Photographer: Jack Law Art Direction and Styling: Jhoshwa Ledesma Videographer: Jackie Chan; Model: Ismael (Synergy Model Management Limited) Hair and Make Up: Heti Tsang

Most anticipated smartphones in 2021 that are worth the wait

The pandemic has put a hold on a lot of things but not on technology. Pushing for bigger and better, the telecommunications giants are unveiling foldables, flagships and a host of new highly anticipated releases to look out for, from the highly anticipated iPhone 13 and Samsung Galaxy 22 to the competitively placed Huawei P50 Pro Plus 5g and Xiaomi Mi 6, these are the latest in smartphone models to look out for.


iPhone 13
Leading the series of most anticipated smartphones to be released this latter half of the year is the iPhone 13. Following a year-long of myriad of leeks and rumors, there are a few things that can be firmly expected from the latest series of Apple phone.  

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At first glance, although its 6.1-inch screen size remain unchanged, there are a few noticeable design aspects that will catch the eye, particularly its ever so slightly thicker structure to accommodate bigger and better perks, such as a 3095mAh battery as well as a 120Hz refresh rate with its Super Retina XDR OLED display for longer-lasting and buttery-smooth entertainment. Even more tempting is its 30% upgrade on its wide and ultra-wide 12MP camera for sharper image captures. 

Estimated Price: HK$$6,300
Estimated Release Date: September 2021


Google Pixel 6
Getting ahead of the rumors, Google had officially revealed the Google Pixel 6, a supposed seriously high-spec android model that boasts a fresh makeover and UI overhaul from its earlier models. 


Firstly, its much larger 6.4-inch AMOLED FHD+ flat display with 120Hz refresh rate and trio-cameras are already a standout. The Pixel 6 is the first Pixel model to be equipped with 3 cameras – a 8MP punch hole camera, 50MP wide and 12MP ultra-wide. 

Also a first in the range is its ultra wideband chip for higher bandwidth communication, while its hardware boasts 8GB ram, 128GB in-built storage and a powerful 4,614mAh fast wireless charging battery.

Estimated Price: HK$6,214
Estimated Release Date: October 2021


Samsung Galaxy S22 
Not long after Samsung’s successful launch of its new Fold series, the multinational South Korean company has announced its new premium design in the Galaxy range, Galaxy S22.

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Billed as the world’s first 200MP smartphone, it delivers on a epic new technology in smartphone cameras that highlights its HP1 Sensor that is adaptable to different lighting environments that produces high resolution images, even in low light conditions.

Featuring a 50MP main camera, 12MP ultra-wide camera and 10MP telephoto camera with 3-times continuous optical zoom. Its battery (3,800mAh) however, although is packed with less power than its predecessors, it does deliver on a significant improvement in charging speed at 65W, while its display screen remains impressively crisp with its Super AMLOED display.

Estimated Price: HK$7,850
Estimated Release Date: November / December 2021


OnePlus 9T
Unveiled in an attractive streamline design in a dust- and water-resistant gloss glass case is the OnePlus 9T, albeit not a dramatic upgrade from its pervious OnePlus 9 model, it does highlight a few modest new features in the 9T iteration, that may or may not matter to users of OnePlus 9. 


While its size, screen, storage, ram, battery and chipset remain identical, OnePlus has added an additional a 108MP main camera with digital zoom and 2MP mono lens on top of its 8MP ultra-wide and 5MP macro lens, compared to just 3 cameras in the previous model. 

Estimated Price: HK$4,760
Estimated Release Date: September 2021


Huawei P50 Pro Plus 5G
Billed to have the best camera specifications on this list, Huawei’s soon-to-be-released P50 Pro Plus model pushes the boundaries of phone-photography with a dual-matrix camera design. 

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But before, moving to the crux of the model, it’s worth noting that several aspects of the new iteration impressively serves up hardware that makes the model A worthy competitor to Samsung but at a lower price point. Like, 5G connectivity and a 6.7-inch True-Chroma display with 120Hz refresh rate, supported by 8GB ram and 256GB in-built storage that are all powered by 5,000mAh battery pack and sealed within a IP68 splash, water, and dust resistance case. 

Its camera specs, on the other hand, features a dual camera with 50MP wide angle main camera, 16MP periscope telephoto camera and 12-times optical zoom and an impressive 32MP front camera. 

Estimated Price: HK$11,060
Estimated Release Date: September 2021


Xiaomi Mi 6
Without any official release news other than the estimated release month in December, rumors and leaks are all we are going on for now. With that said, it can be expected that the specifications of the latest Xiaomi to hit the shelves by the end of the year is Mi 6.


Packing a powerful 4,500mAh battery optimised for full entertainment enjoyment. Said to be equipped with 6GB ram and 128GB built-in storage and a likely powerful Octa-core processor for smooth performance and switching between apps throughout the day, the 6-inch tall device will also feature a 1080 x 1920-piexel display screen for a decent experience of different gaming and entertainment apps.

As for the cameras, the smartphone is rumored to be fitted with a 12MP single camera with 12-times digital zoom on the back and an 8MP selfie camera.

Estimated Price: HK$3,153
Estimated Release Date: December 2021