Chinese cultural referrences that reflects fashion or ecological sustainability.
Zhang Na is an upcoming domestic fashion designer who is gaining popularity for her unique eye. The young fashion designer graduated from Xi'an Academy of Fine Arts in the department of Fashion Design Education. She later studied in France at the MOD'ART Institute of Fashion Design. After returning home, she served as the brand director of a domestic clothing brand for several years. Following this managerial experience in 2008, she created her own respective brand named FAKENATOO. The new br..
Ma Ke is one of our favorite Chinese fashion designers. Through her anti-consumerist concept and her purist aesthetic, which is often represented in artistic performances, she gained world wide attention.
Her fashion is well known for its use of eco-friendly fabrics, recylced materials and for its traditional dyeing methods.
Her haute-couture fashion brand "WUYONG / Useless" is a creative expression of her understanding with “what is clothing”. It is silent, organic and reflexiv..
The eyes should be pleased with beautiful fashion, fair enough that also the ears should be caressed with stylish music. Luckily for our ears, our base Hong Kong hosts a bouquet of bands playing decent independent sounds. Our current favorites are DADA BABA with their ingenious, phonogen noise-pop prog-rock perls. Music is better to listen to than to read, so give an ear to “Ài (shàng nǐ de) mèimei – Love (on your) Sister”:
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One of our most inspiring stylists is Holly Suan Gray.
The british born Holly works with an international clientele and collaborated with renowned magazines such as UK Vogue, Le Monde and Marie Claire China.
Holly also operates as the creative Director of Hong Kong based Redress, a charity organisation with the mission to direct the environmental and social situation in the Asian fashion industry in a more sustainable direction.
With her eccentric and avant-garde eye for style, she m..