The founders (from left: Jin Kay, Dylan Cao and Huy Luong) of New York fashion label Commission look to their past for inspiration for their collections – in particular, what their mums used to wear in Asia in the ’80s and ’90s. Photo: Getty Images For LVMHThe founders (from left: Jin Kay, Dylan Cao and Huy Luong) of New York fashion label Commission look to their past for inspiration for their collections – in particular, what their mums used to wear in Asia in the ’80s and ’90s. Photo: Getty Images For LVMH
The founders (from left: Jin Kay, Dylan Cao and Huy Luong) of New York fashion label Commission look to their past for inspiration for their collections – in particular, what their mums used to wear in Asia in the ’80s and ’90s. Photo: Getty Images For LVMH

Asian, but made in America: fashion label inspired by the clothes founders’ immigrant mums used to wear

  • The founders of label Commission create looks inspired by the way their mums dressed in the ’80s and ’90s in Asia – but they’re mostly produced in New York
  • The label boasts stockists including online retailers Net-a-Porter and stores such as Browns in London – and will launch its own e-commerce platform next month
Topic |   Fashion
The founders (from left: Jin Kay, Dylan Cao and Huy Luong) of New York fashion label Commission look to their past for inspiration for their collections – in particular, what their mums used to wear in Asia in the ’80s and ’90s. Photo: Getty Images For LVMHThe founders (from left: Jin Kay, Dylan Cao and Huy Luong) of New York fashion label Commission look to their past for inspiration for their collections – in particular, what their mums used to wear in Asia in the ’80s and ’90s. Photo: Getty Images For LVMH
The founders (from left: Jin Kay, Dylan Cao and Huy Luong) of New York fashion label Commission look to their past for inspiration for their collections – in particular, what their mums used to wear in Asia in the ’80s and ’90s. Photo: Getty Images For LVMH
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