When Justin Ng finds something he really likes, he doesn’t hold back: with one pair of slim-fit Acne Studio jeans, he owns them in eight different colours.
His style, he says, is ‘similar to how I like my artwork to be – cool with a sense of humour and quirkiness’; Lau pairs mass-market tops and pants with sneakers, always white, set off by colourful socks and a vintage watch from his collection.
Influenced by his upbringing in Atlanta, Maeland lives and breathes street culture and street wear. We turned the lens on him to see what’s in his wardrobe
A big fan of leopard print, Lee also likes shopping from men’s collections and thinks that whatever your style, it’s important to have your own identity
For this communications specialist, it is important to have outfits that fit both formal occasions and networking time, with bold accessories to ‘power up’ the look. She’s a fan of Hermes, Chanel, and Gucci, and of jewellery from Tiffany
Whether he’s getting sweaty and dirty at work in shorts and T-shirt, East-meets-West mix-and-matching in mandarin collars and jeans, or sporting flea- market bargains, the designer aims for comfort with a statement
Finding constant inspiration from his trips to Italy, See loves the romance behind a piece that comes from getting to know the person who made it and their reason for doing so
Echoing her company’s philosophy of reducing waste and overconsumption, Woo finds herself mixing and matching her colourful existing wardrobe items rather than buying new ones