Who started it? Hong Kong-born designer Eugene Leung emigrated to Sydney, Australia, at a young age. After completing a bachelor's degree in architecture at the University of New South Wales, he became a street graffiti artist, leaving his mark on hip areas such as Sydney's Paddington. In 2003, he collaborated with Lai Tat Tat Wing on a T-shirt design for the Hong Kong Arts Centre, sparking his interest in fashion. The next year, he launched Injury, a name chosen to reflect his interest in the dark and gothic. He joined Australia Fashion Week in 2005 and distributes his clothes worldwide. Why we love it The collection is unisex and contains easy-to-wear pieces that are trans-seasonal; think of the brand as streetwear with a high-fashion edge. Injury's latest offerings are inspired by sci-fi flick Blade Runner and have a futuristic edge. Materials used include reflective satin and metallic leather contrasted with matte wool and velvet. Jackets feature linings printed with stars or space images while military jackets feature tuxedo details. The silhouette is lean, with extra long tees, jackets and skinny jeans. What we'd pick The simple but edgy woollen vest (HK$850), tank top (HK$550) and satin cargo pants (HK$950; all above right). The tees, such as the David Bowie style (above left; HK$350), are best-sellers. Where can you get it? Vintage.HK (formerly Select88), 57 Hollywood Road, Central, tel: 2545 9932.