Press Release

Ancient Greek Serpent Goddess Medusa Celebrates Halloween with
Dance Parade at Fashion Walk Halloween Styloween 2017
(Hong Kong, October 28, 2017) The Greek goddess Medusa, the main character of Fashion Walk Halloween Styloween 2017, together with her 80-foot-long glowing serpent, led her brood of creatures in a procession along Great George Street, Paterson Street, Kingston Street, Cleveland Street and Food Street in Causeway Bay last night (October 27). With a month-long readiness, Medusa and her clan were ready to bring on the acme of the revenge - the dance parade and Halloween party. The parade also lured a crowd of fashionistas who dressed up in Halloween-themed costumes to join in the spooky “Medusa’s Revival Party” at Food Street and revel in the festive fun of the night. Local pop-singing group Super Girls also took part in the celebration, performing pop songs and showing their hot dance moves to simmer the party atmosphere to its climax. Guests were also able to savor a fabulous line-up of complimentary drinks and snacks and enjoy the DJ performance and face-painting service, in addition with the other exciting features arranged by Fashion Walk.  A total of 10 fashionistas with the most outstanding costumes were awarded “The Best Costume Awards” and received an HK$1,000 merchant voucher each. In addition, Fashion Walk would like to make special thanks to COEDO, M.A.C, and PUMA for perking up Fashion Walk Halloween Styloween 2017. 
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    The Greek goddess Medusa leads an 80-foot-long giant serpent and her brood of creatures in whipping up the frightening fun of Halloween at “The Dance of Medusa” Parade, the highlight of Fashion Walk Halloween Styloween 2017.
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    Medusa and her clan break out into Causeway Bay and roam in search of revenge across Fashion Walk.
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    Local pop-singing group Super Girls joins the “Medusa’s Revival Party” at Food Street to bring the spirit of Halloween alive for the crowds.
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    Party participants dressed in outstanding costume to compete for “The Best Costume Awards”.