Five fashion insiders open their wardrobes to share their styles
- The women include magazine editors, a communications specialist, an arts agency founder and a beauty expo company CEO
- They take us through their collections and share some style tips
Industry insiders such as street-style star Justine Lee, the fashion director of Hong Kong Tatler, and Zara Wong, who is based in Sydney and works at Vogue Australia, showed us their well-curated clothes and the wardrobe staples they rely on.
Justine Lee, Hong Kong
A big fan of leopard print, Lee, who is fashion director at Hong Kong Tatler, also likes shopping from men’s collections and thinks that whatever your style, it’s important to have your own identity.
Zara Wong, Sydney
Wong is the fashion features and content strategy director of Vogue Australia. The editor, who has worked in New York and Hong Kong, opens up her home and shares her wardrobe favourites.
Bastian Wong, Hong Kong
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 is a fan of Hermes, Chanel, and Gucci, and of jewellery from Tiffany.
Leslie Sun, Taipei
The art agency founder, who can often be spotted at international art fairs, is one of Taiwan’s most stylish young women.
Lin Lin, Shanghai
Beauty expo company CEO Lin prefers striking outfits mixing Eastern and Western influences from her years living in London, Beijing and Shanghai, some of them self-designed and made by her Shanghai tailor, and often paired with vintage accessories.