Monday, December 11, 2017

Cathay Pacific chooses Margarita Fores, Chris Tiu, Amina Aranaz and Liz Uy as image models for a Life Well Travelled

Cathay Pacific is always inspired to bring people to where they’re going and to create wonderful experiences for everyone who flies with them. For this Hong Kong-based international airline, travel is as much the journey as the destination. So they've chosen chef Margarita Fores, fashion stylist Liz Uy, businessman Chris Tiu and bag designer Amina Aranaz as brand ambassadors for their campaign, A Life Well Travelled

Going to Denmark via Cathay Pacific

Cathay Pacific, the premium carrier has been championing a #LifeWellTravelled for three years now, through the rich, wonderful stories of passengers. The campaign centers on how travelling well transforms journeys into something more ― more memorable, more meaningful, more rewarding. And now, even more personal, because of how travelling provides a wealth of experience and perspective that impact and inspire each of us differently.

Cathay Pacific takes a closer look into how people live a well-travelled life by discovering their own unique take on their journeys. The full value of travelling cannot be captured by souvenirs and photos alone, but rather these are captured by our own personal points of view. These are what really make adventures meaningful

Going to Belgium via Cathay Pacific

Four passionate individuals share their points of view through their own distinct creations which show what it means to live a life well-travelled with Cathay Pacific and how this enriches people in different ways.


Cathay Pacific Life Well Traveled 2017 Ambassadors


One of Asia’s top chefs
, Margarita Fores, reinvents her iconic dish of water spinach ravioli, Negros cross-crab, calamansi cream, baby crab fat and leek hay, with touches that showcase her travels. Even the table setting of Margarita Fores is a montage of old and new, and all about places she loves –with Murano stemware, plaid French country china, and silver cutlery on woven Filipino fabric.

Chef Margarita Fores with Cathay Pacific


Bag designer Amina Aranaz uses her signature embroidery and woven straw techniques to create a woven bag and trunk that allow you to take a stylish piece of home with you wherever you go. The distinct cultural symbols reference the many wonderful insights she has gained from various travels, while the different world landmarks embroidered onto native materials show how inspiration from all over the globe can make something beautiful.

Amina Aranaz with Cathay Pacific


For entrepreneur Chris Tiu, it was his visits to Europe that taught him to appreciate quality pastries and pushed him and his friends to bring Eric Kayser, baker of some of the finest pastries in the world to the Philippines. The extensive range of pastries and baked goods and flavors from Eric Kayser travel across the world and find their way to Filipino palates.

Chris Tiu with Cathay Pacific


Stylist Liz Uy takes cues from the street styles found in different countries for her display which reflects a wardrobe inspired by everything she loves from the fashion capitals – whether it’s the underground appeal of New Yorkers or the Italians’ love for everything over the top. Switching up her style has never been easier, especially when anchored on a standout piece.

Liz Uy with Cathay Pacific

Discover what a life welltravelled means through,as well as through #LifeWellTravelled posts on social media, which chronicle many a passenger’s amazing journey around the world made possible by Cathay Pacific.

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