Celebrity Style of the Week: Denise Ho

By Butterboom Writers  /  June 11, 2009

See what makes Denise Ho tick.


Denise Ho (何韻詩) moved around as a child, growing up in Hong Kong and Canada.  After winning a singing award, she became apprentice to Anita Mui.

In 2001, she came out with her debut EP,First. In 2002, Angelic Blue, a song Denise composed and sung with Ying Foo topped charts. This song, together with “Goodbye…Rosemary” garnered her the “Best Vocal Performance By A Female Artist” and “Female Singer Bronze Award”. In 2006, Denise successfully had her first Hong Kong Coliseum concert called “Live in Unity 2006”.

Over the years, Denise has captured the hearts of everyone, while transitioning between raw rock and glam. Many admire her open and honest disposition on life. The one thing she’s mums about though is her sexual orientation. She’s been spotted with showbiz friends  Joey Yung, Eason Chan and Sammi Cheng.

Denise is your ultimate rock and roll chameleon. She shows up in androgynous outfits, but manages to surprise everyone when she goes for very feminine, costume-like creations. It is no wonder then, that she adores Dior and John Galliano.

More photos below:





Leave a Reply