Hands up! What are you wearing? We want to know everything. Name: Teresa Cheng. Age: undisclosed. Occupation: owner of the shop Teresa and author of two fashion and beauty books. Cheng shops all over the world to source items for her boutique. 'I only sell what I feel comfortable wearing. I have no problems wearing any items from my boutique,' she says. 'I can't pitch what I don't like or would not wear. Business women always like one type of clothing. They want to look powerful. Housewives like vintage clothing. You need to know their personalities to mix and match an outfit for them.' She believes picking what to wear before going to work shouldn't be a headache but enjoyable. Her motto is: 'Be daring and you will be surprised by how many combinations you can make.' Make-up: Laura Mercier Secret Concealer, Kesalan Patharan and Chantecaille's Real Skin Translucent Makeup. 'Actually, I use a bit of everything.' Hair: 'I never have highlights and rarely go to a salon. I wish I had the time but I really can't afford it. If I have to go to a function I tie it up myself - it only takes two minutes.' Accessories: 'I buy hair accessories in trade fairs because those in Hong Kong are over-decorative and under-functional. The vintage earrings are from London.' Watch: Cartier. 'It was a gift to celebrate the first anniversary of my business.' Perfume: 'I use only Jo Malone Red Rose because it's the purest scent.' High-heels: Manolo Blahnik. 'I wear only Manolo's shoes because they make your legs look so pretty and so long.' Silk chiffon top and skirt: Rochas Paris. 'This brand has a long tradition. All the items are made by the Chanel factory.' Skincare: 'I use Cosme Decorte AQ from Kose. It's gentle and soothing.'