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AMANDA KHO

Comfort is the priority when the fundraising director of Food Link Foundation and co-founder of jewellery store The 9th Muse goes fashion shopping.

With an Instagram following of more than 230,000, Ceci Ngan, aka "No7", is also the organiser of the Weekend Wardrobe events to recycle high-fashion clothing.

The vibrant British architect turned interior designer transforms her digital artwork into wearable fashion for her new venture.

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During the week Mina Park works as a lawyer but on weekends, she's the hands behind private kitchen and pop-up dining concept Sook.

The owner and designer of aogp jewellery opts for a wardrobe with a relaxed fit to serve as the canvas for her chainmail accessories.

Make-up artist for celebrities and luxury labels, tomboy Tsang has converted a Tai Hang loft into a space for group classes and events.

After spending a decade in Los Angeles, New York, Munich and Paris, designer Chong is back home in Hong Kong, where he’s just released a second collection under his self-titled label.

Little Bao’s doors are open to the the hungry as well as the artistic. Chow, owner and chef, uses the brand as a platform to support the local creative community. 

The French expat took a break from his pursuits in the music industry in 2008 to start a career in apparel at Kapok. With an eye for classic items, one of his recent ventures includes co-founding pocket watch company, MMT.

The story behind artist Marta Grossi’s “Banana Graffiti” project is based on her fascination with Hong Kong’s frenetic fruit stands. Hailing from a small town near Venice, she exudes a down-to-earth confidence and vibrancy, characteristics that shine through in her day-to-day looks.

The Swiss-born designer, best known for her jewellery line, Marijoli, is also a keen collector of art and antiques. A nature lover and yoga practitioner, she enjoys the tranquillity of a mountain view from her home in Sai Kung.

Simon Birch has an insatiable appetite to create. Infamous for his beautifully anxious oil paintings, his last decade in Hong Kong has been invested in experimenting with a multitude of mediums and globally exhibiting his creations.

Most days you can find her sifting through the flower market in Mong Kok. Her roots are in England, where her love of botanicals first grew, and where she earned a degree in fashion. Now she combines these interests into styling sets for editorials and events.

Akubi Yeung’s exploration in visual expression began with an adolescent interest in J-pop and silent films. When she’s not on set styling for films, commercials or magazines, she devotes her time to painting.

While her role as events manager and marketing consultant sees her driving attention towards art projects, fashion and lifestyle brands, Pang’s an even stronger advocate for community businesses.

The 21-year-old copywriter and fashion blogger has a playfully relaxed style. While drawing inspiration from the city, she also takes notes from the women in her family.

This Hong Kong-born account manager at a branding agency merges classic silhouettes with striking patterns and accessories, creating a quietly bold style.

From Paris to Tokyo and now Hong Kong, this curious French woman is always on the move. The visual artist draws inspiration directly from her ever-changing environment. Her latest landscape? The subtropical life of Lamma Island