InterNations HK 1st Social of August @ ARMANI | PRIVE
This time, we're happy to be supported by Moet Hennessy Diageo, as well as Hong Kong Street Eats, who are our drink and snack sponsors for the evening.
ARMANI / PRIVE is located on the 2nd and 3rd Floor of the Chater House building in the heart of Central – and where all the Armani shops are. ARMANI / PRIVE is Giorgio Armani's own exclusive lounge with a stunning outdoor alfresco terrace, operated by the Aqua Restaurant Group in Hong Kong.
ABOUT ARMANI / PRIVE
Giorgio Armani's own exclusive nightclub where Milan's fashion crowd come to play, has now arrived in Hong Kong – following its success in Milan, Tokyo and Dubai. Hong Kong's Armani/Privé has two avant-garde faces - an up-beat lounge club where the gliteratti play late into the night to the latest DJ vibes, and a chill-out rooftop terrace with electric skyscraper city views.
Chinese fire red meets cool sleek black with plush velvet and seductive lighting. The design blends the fire of China with the cool of Milan. Step up to the cocktail bar and feel the heat. The barmen almost dance as they mix their devilish potions. Even the Giorgio Armani logo seems to be on fire.
Up on the rooftop terrace the tempo cools. Sleek lounge sofas and comfortable chairs abound – perfect for chilling, sipping on a great cocktail and taking in the electric pulse of Hong Kong. The city's skyscrapers stretch all around like a scene from the movie Bladerunner.
Armani/Privé plays the latest vibes courtesy of the Aquamusic team of internationally acclaimed resident DJs
AQUA RESTAURANT GROUP
Aqua Restaurant Group is Hong Kong, Beijing and London's most stunning dining and socializing experiences serving Italian, Spanish, Japanese & Chinese Cuisines
Aqua restaurant group now has twenty cutting edge bar and restaurant concepts in Hong Kong and around the world: the flagship multi-faceted Aqua Roma, Aqua Tokyo and Aqua Spirit, as well as Armani/Aqua, Armani/Privé, Hutong, Tivo, Vivo, Ayuthaiya, and Aqua Luna, a contemporary reinterpretation of a traditional red mast sailing junk.