The Phoenix Fashion Awards, to be held on December 19, 2012 at Park Hyatt Hotel in Beijing, China, will honor preeminent Chinese fashion leaders and fashion brands and celebrate their accomplishments.
As a media partner of the Phoenix Fashion Awards, YUE will cover the entire red carpet event and dinner party, with special emphasis on the award presenters and winners from New York City. Chiu-Ti Jansen, Publisher of YUE Magazine and a Board Member of the Couture Council of Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology, will also be presenting an award during the gala.
“The launch of the Phoenix Fashion Awards attests to the contemporary Chinese society's ever-growing interest in fashion and style,” said Ms. Jansen, “Conversely, the international world of fashion also looks to China as the next frontier of style and taste-making. I am delighted to be part of this cross-fertilization of ideas, talents and imagination.”
Expected to bring together 1,000 participants across the fashion, design, entertainment and media industries from China and worldwide, the 2012 Phoenix Fashion Awards will culminate in a grand ceremony featuring the theme of “Chinese Articulation, Fashion Outlook.”
Award recipients are the pioneers in the fields of design, jewelry, cosmetics, media, modeling, entertainment, photography and fashion entrepreneurship, who have a great impact on the fashion world in China and who bring Chinese articulation to the international fashion stage.
Among the many notables expected at the Award Gala are: Liu Wen (ranked No. 5 on Models’ World 2012 Top 50 Models List), Wendi Deng Murdoch (producer of Snow Flower and the Secret Fan), Lang Lang (international concert pianist), Liu Jiang (Chairman and founder of the Trends Media Group), Zhang Xin (Co-Chairman of SOHO China), Chen Shiying (jewelry designer), Lan Zhenzhen (Vice Chair of L’Oreal China), Hong Huang (TV host and publisher of fashion magazine iLook), Chen Man (fashion photographer), Cecilia Cheung (singer and actress), Chris Lee (pop singer), Lei Jun (Chairman of Kingsoft Software Company), Zhang Xiaolong (Vice president of Tencent Holdings Limited), Mona Lee Locke (Spouse of Ambassador Gary Faye Locke, American Ambassador to China and former Washington State Governor), Ye Mingzi (fashion designer), Zhang Zilin (former Ms. China and actress) and Du Chun (actor).
YUE, a preeminent Chinese-English lifestyle magazine, is published by a joint venture established by Observer Media Group and CHINA HAPPENINGS. YUE is modern luxury Chinese travelers’ gateway to the high-end, history-rich brands across fine jewelry, watch, fashion, art, culture, design, real estate and lifestyle industries in New York City.
Since its launch in November 2011, YUE has gained a following among Chinese business and leisure travelers and New York luxury businesses as the embodiment of New York’s international lifestyle.
Phoenix Television is one of the top broadcasters and television networks in Greater China. Headquartered in Hong Kong and privately owned, the Mandarin Chinese television network serves Mainland China and Hong Kong, along with other markets with substantial Chinese viewer.