Providing working women with a colourful alternative to their usual suits is the ambition of one design student. Anthea Chau Yin-yan, 22, winner of the Best Workmanship Award, showed off her creations at an exhibition of works by Hong Kong Polytechnic University design graduates. 'Working women are my target,' she said. 'They are smart, aggressive and black and white should not necessarily be their uniform. 'My shining designs could be their alternative.' The show featured original works by degree graduates in fashion, graphic, industrial, interior and photographic design. Works by students from the Diploma in Design, and the Art and Design in Education degree and Post-experience Diploma in Jewellery Design courses were also on display. Twenty-seven-year-old graphic designer Johnson Chui Chung-sang, won the Hong Kong Print Award Design Scholarship for his work based on a corporate identity logo for a cafe called High. The company logo is a side profile of a man with tornado- shaped hair, representing the highest state of mind. The designer said he felt most cafes in Hong Kong did not have a strong identity, but it was his dream to own a cafe- cum-design house. His winning work included match boxes and menus. Fellow graphics student David Cheung Kin-wai, 25, won the Winsor & Newton Creative Award for work featuring photographs and phrases depicting the 'ambiguity of time'.