Hands up! What are you wearing? We want to know everything. Name: Chawey Yeh Age: 32 Occupation: Fashion editor According to Chawey Yeh, former editor of New York's avant-garde fashion quarterly aRUDE, 'fashion is a statement, a reflection of attitude'. Having edited aRUDE from its first issue in 1997, the Taiwan native left the job a few months ago and is now in Hong Kong setting up magazine IT'S with her model/fashion journalist friend Kevin Lee. The first issue of what Yeh calls 'a fashion and lifestyle magazine that covers what is happening in major East Asian cities' will appear in autumn. Wardrobe-wise, Yeh is 'bored with everything I've been wearing', mostly 1920s and '30s-style pieces. 'That was the era when women began wearing a more masculine look. It's the style that suits flat figures like mine best.' Hair: cut at Il Colpo. 'I don't like it. It's very Hong Kong, like the kind of haircut see-lais [frumpy housewives] have. I used to have my hair cut by my ex-boyfriend, who is a professional hair 'artist'.' Beauty: skin cleanser and moisturiser by Cellex-C from Icon, Great George Street, Causeway Bay. Makeup: lipstick by Calvin Klein; MAC eyeshadow; Shiseido foundation. Jacket: vintage leather from Canal Jeans in New York. 'I got it for US$15 (HK$117). I love bargain clothes, especially the ones from street stalls here.' Fragrance: Silver Mountain Water by Creed, 'the same fragrance David Bowie wears'. Top: from a shop in East Village, New York. 'The buttons are beautiful.' Skirt: by Ann Demeulemeester from the Joyce warehouse in Causeway Bay, worn over trousers by Martin Margiela bought in a shop in Los Angeles two years ago. Belt with beaded tiger head from a stall in Pottinger Street. 'I also bought one with a unicorn head.' Underwear: 'I don't remember what brand it is, but I'm sure I bought it at a Chinese department store here - I can't get sizes this small in the United States.' Shoes: vintage heels from a shop in Harajuku, Tokyo.