Online magazine Hypebeast’s managing editor has a laid-back style that hints at his past in Hong Kong Football Association’s 1st Division.
Josh and his twin brother Caleb run a restaurant consultancy, and are also food show hosts. They're co-owners of Common Ground, a cafe tucked away on Shing Wong Street in Sheung Wan. Josh's style is slightly preppy with a focus on proportion, fit, and comfort, allowing him plenty of room for his culinary adventures.
The artist, graphic designer and DJ, who also goes by the name Cath Love, grew up in Hong Kong and started listening to rap music when she was 11, influencing her fashion sense ever since.
The top stylist regularly travels the world to source clothes and accessories from the best collections for editorial and commercial fashion shoots. But her love for eye-catching pieces extends well beyond the set.
Tania Reinert loves clothes that tell stories about the people who make them. Her passion for travel and goodwill not only influenced her style but also led her to launch online boutique A Boy Named Sue - where she and Sam Wong curate eco-friendly and fashionable clothing from international designers.
The co-founder of Yardbird, one of the city's most buzzed about Japanese spots, grew up around restaurants in Canada and New York. She continues to create hip dining experiences, including the recently opened Ronin.
As an Olympic figure skater for Canada, Collin Thompson created his own costumes. Today, he runs urban lifestyle brand Cipherand finds sophistication in simplicity.