Two Filipino creatives leave top posts in Vogue HK

  The two Filipinos hired for top creative posts at the newly launched Vogue Hong Kong have parted ways with the magazine. Miguel Mari and Miguel Lugtu, creative director and art director, resigned from their respective posts in February, shortly before the magazine's debut issue hit the stands. "We left the company separately a few weeks ago and aren't credited in the issue," Lugtu wrote on his Instagram, under a photo of the three covers of the maiden issue. "I guess if you have to sum it up, we left due to creative differences and because our values didn't align with those of management." Mari was with Vogue HK for a year, while Lugtu was hired by the fashion bibl...

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