If you're lucky, sometimes you don't look for business, business looks for you. That's what happened to Judy Hong Yu Chu-dic. Out of the blue, she got a call from American shoemaker and designer Darin Hager (below) who said he was interested in placing his Heyday goods in her 2FT shop. In no time, they came to terms and Hager was back in town on Tuesday to kick off his footwear's arrival with a bash at the Delay No Mall. 'I've been to Hong Kong many times but I usually just go from the hotel directly to my factory in China,' he said. 'Last November I had some time so I strolled around Harbour City, walked by 2FT, saw the shoes there, liked their idea, picked up a card and sent a cold-call e-mail to Judy asking if she would be interested in bringing my brand to Hong Kong ... She was on her way to Boston [for business] so I met her there.' Like Hong, Hager likes to do things his way. 'My brand logo is the profile of my bald head. I'm a one-man brand. I'm the CEO, designer, salesman, secretary and I take out my own garbage.'