Shanghai Tang at C.S. Wo

February 27th, 2010
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Julia Sojot wasn’t intimidated by the protective fu dog at the C.S. Wo & Sons store entry.

C.S. Wo & Sons celebrated Chinese New Year with friends and family during an afternoon event at its main showroom on Beretania Street.

In addition to enjoying fortune telling, taking home calligraphic good wishes, viewing new jade and precious stone collections from Jade by Nikolai and food from Spices restaurant and Superb Sushi, the event was also provided an opportunity to see the first of Shanghai Tang’s Spring/Summer 2010 ready-to-wear collection, “Love Restraint,” and also including one contemporary qipao (below right) from the Imperial Tailors, the company’s equivalent to couture.

Feb. 28 is the last day to see the Shanghai Tang display at C.S. Wo, after which, of course, you’ll find the ready-to-wear on the racks at the Shanghai Tang boutique at Ala Moana Center.

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Here’s a closer look at the mesh inset on the Imperial Tailor dress:

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Hosts Bob and Betty Wo, and one of the sons behind C.S. Wo & Sons, Wendell Wo.

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Among the party guests, from left, Lauren Chang, Star-Bulletin editor Frank Bridgewater, Midweek style and managing editor Yu Shing Ting and her son Koen Makinano.

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Designer Takeo was there with Miss Hawaii Teen USA Julianne Chu and Miss Hawaii USA Renee Mokihana Nobriga.

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Roast suckling pig was served Chinese style on steamed buns with plum sauce and scallions. 

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One Response to “Shanghai Tang at C.S. Wo”

  1. martin:

    I have always wanted to try authentic Chinese Roast Suckling pig…ummm


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