Clothing designer Cologne: L'eau D'Issey Pour Homme. 'It's timeless and refreshing, almost unisex and blends well with natural body scent ... good for almost any occasion.' Suit: Prada or Armani two-button suits. 'Black's always in fashion.' Jeans: his own brand, The Year of ... 'I wanted to create a product that could sit next to Gucci or Comme des Garcons, yet not use the haute couture concept. It is a sophisticated, eclectic application of art on a traditional five-pocket jean.' Shoes: Manolo Blahnik men's collection, Prada, Louis Vuitton. Trainers: 'Nothing really beats my New Balance collection from Japan and England.' Jacket: Edifice in Tokyo. 'It takes traditional tailoring and brings it up to date. They're smart and at the edge of what's happening.' Watch: Bell & Ross Professional Space 3. Sunglasses: Dior, Gucci and Ray-Ban. 'I like to get noticed for certain things and fashion is one of them.' Book: Vedanta Treatise by Swami Parthasarathy. 'It's helped me understand that it's our duty in life to be cheerful.' Music: Tha Blue Carpet Treatment by Snoop Dogg. Work of art: 'A piece given to me by Takashi Murakami two years ago.' Charities: Children's Hunger Fund and the International Eye Foundation. Restaurant: Felix. 'For the view and design.' Club: 'I'm the Pope and Sugar's my church on Thursday nights.' Two items to take to a desert island: 'Fire and fishing gear.' Never without: BlackBerry. Place in Hong Kong: Central. 'Everything I need is there.' Laptop: Black MacBook.