Lane Crawford's Kelly Wong says her fashion choices are influenced by Los Angeles street culture. She shares her love of dressing in black and white.

The operations manager at The Continental in Pacific Place, Admiralty, takes us from the city to the beach, swapping Rcano bow tie and H&M waistcoat for O'Neill rash guard and Katin shorts. He also pairs Uniqlo with Aigle and Bibo.


Lepeu, one of the creative forces behind concept accessories store Chateau Zoobeetle, has a thing for vintage jewellery. See the clothes she matches it with.

Learn the basic ingredients for a stylish wardrobe from the food and beverage industry veteran, chef, author and founder of Empire Media.    

Though her closet is mostly monochrome, the communications director of On Pedder fills her home with warm, handmade pieces reminiscent of her half-Thai background.

Armed with his stationery set, Hui designs paper costumes, cartoon animals and other, more complex pieces of recyclable art.

The guitarist of returned to Hong Kong to produce his band’s debut album. Since then, they’ve played Clockenflap, Midi Festival and Converse Rubber Tracks.

The founder of Christian-focused fashion label Amenpapa blends biblical references with her devotion to vintage clothing.

The former brand manager of Harper’s Bazaar Australia now works at the new wardrobe essentials platform

Beverage manager at Buzz Concepts, which runs Volar and Fly, moved to Hong Kong after a six-month adventure through Southeast Asia.

Three years ago when Samantha Wong noticed a lack of pop-up stores in the city, she jumped at the opportunity to convert empty shops into versatile event spaces.

Colour and trendspotting specialist Petrova may have moved from New York to Hong Kong, but she likes to keep in touch with her Bulgarian roots.

The Vancouver-born hairstylist has more than a decade of experience in the industry. This is his third year in Hong Kong.

This former banker is on the move. Her latest goal? Creating the largest social travel community in Asia.

Leung’s hobby of collecting spectacles turned into a business when he took the reins of a 50-year-old vintage eyewear company. Today he believes in keeping the history and tradition of Hong Kong-made goods alive.