Co-founder of Matchali, Hong Kong’s first homegrown matcha brand, Cara Li dishes on her style icons, her dream project and the secrets of having a classy, elegant wardrobe.
Stylist and brand consultant Kim Bui Kollar dishes on her style icons, dreams of collaborating with Rihanna and whose wardrobe she is coveting.
DLA Piper Hong Kong’s Office Managing Partner and Co-Chair for their Global Real Estate sector, Susheela Rivers reveals her current wardrobe favourites, her personal style signifier and what she wears when channelling a boho chic vibe.
Hotel Manager of The Upper House and Pacific Place Apartments, Kristina Snaith-Lense dishes on her style icons, the importance of a great pair of shoes and why panic dressing isn’t her style.
Former Fashion Director for Hong Kong Tatler and freelance stylist Justine Lee dishes on her style icons, love of leopard and whose wardrobe she is coveting.
Fashion and beauty editor Chloe Street shares her style secrets, her love of white T-shirts, Cartier watches and Zoe Kravitz’s badass style, and what you’ll never find in her wardrobe.
Through her luxury, retreat booking portal, Compare Retreats, Hong Kong based Dervla Louli Musgrave offers the inside track on the world’s best wellness and fitness escapes. We talk to her about her style, why more is more and whose wardrobe she covets.
Celina Jade has been lighting up screens in the TV series Arrow and box office smash Wolf Warrior 2 cementing her place as one of Asia’s leading stars. Taking time out from her busy schedule, the actor and martial artist explains her love of Chanel and why a smile goes a long way.
Born and raised between Hong Kong and London, fashion and luxury marketing consultant Kim Ing is the person to whom leading brands turn when they need to understand the Asia-Pacific market. Juggling lots of travel with her role as the digital editor of Glass Magazine (@theglassmagazine), Kim Ing is always on the move and breaking…
Writer, activist and artist, Tanja Wessels specialises in Eco-Anxiety, a chronic concern over environmental issues, giving public talks on the topic and creating artworks highlighting a disquiet that is gaining public attention. In 2017, alarmed by fashion’s environmental impact, Tanja challenged herself to stop buying new clothing for one year. Two and a half years…