Five stylish men who are really cutting it in world of fashion, from Dr Woo to Wei Koh

  • Classic style, street style, skin art – these men know what they are talking about
  • They have their fingers on the pulse of Asian and international fashion
PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 26 December, 2018, 8:45am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 26 December, 2018, 8:48am

From a dapper Singaporean publisher to a Tokyo-based street-style star and a Sydney architect, these gentlemen are some of the fashion world’s most stylish movers and shakers.

Wei Koh, Singapore

Publisher Koh explains the rationale behind his leading international watch magazine, Revolution, and men’s luxury bible, The Rake, with their emphasis on classic style rather than fashions-of-the-moment one-upmanship.

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Motofumi ‘Poggy’ Kogi, Tokyo

The menswear guru, street style star and retail maven talks style versus fashion, Japanese fashion, and what caught his ear in Hong Kong, including buzz about a firm that made Bruce Lee’s underwear.

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Dr Woo, Los Angeles

Brian Woo was in Hong Kong this year for a pop-up at I.T in Causeway Bay together with local and South Korean artists. He talked about growing up a “snotty-nosed little kid” in Los Angeles and why you shouldn’t believe how long his waiting list is.

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Michael Lau, Hong Kong

His style, he says, is “similar to how I like my artwork to be – cool with a sense of humour and quirkiness”. An artist, Michael Lau pairs mass-market tops and pants with sneakers, always white, set off by colourful socks and a vintage watch from his collection.

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Kelvin Ho, Sydney

When it comes to fashion retail design, Sydney architect Kelvin Ho is on speed dial for many of the industry’s biggest names, having created interiors for some 300 boutiques that run the gamut of styles.

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