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  • NattyB



    Blogger, writer, professional procrastinator, wants to do EVERYTHING and often has trouble settling on one idea when so many ideas are amazing. Ex-half-expat Bangkok and newly made Hong Kong expat. Online marketer and freelance model. Interested in fashion, internet phenomenons (how on earth did Gandam Style, Harlem shake and others become such hits over night?) and music.

  • Nick Choy
    Nick Choy



    Choy Chun Lok , Nick Nick is a fashion design graduate of the Hong Kong Design Institute . And he is now studying for a Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) ,specialist in fashion and textiles design . He was the winner of the Overall Winner and The Best Use Of Australian Merino Award form The woolmark company in 2016 HKDI Fashion show . As a local Hong Kong 90's fashion designer .His graduation collection is called "Microorganism " The work style is main suit style-based,plus homemade design details on the clothes , the aim is to give people an idea of tradition and innovation reversed .

  • Ning Lu
  • NNNL
    Fashion designer


    art-direction / design / illustration / stylist

    NNNL is the brand named after the designer and founder, Nevill Lee. Starting from the age of 13, Lee began constructing garments and designing, leading to advanced pattern making skills and high execution of clothing. Upon education in Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Kingston University London, the designer already had experiences from working for Paris fashion week collections, receiving online fashion media exposure, and attracting celebrity stylists. The quintessence of the brand is the theatricality and the high-end glamour. Being a fan of antique art and couture workmanship, NNNL is known for combining and reinventing elements of period costumes from different eras. The brand also challenges social constructs with gender fluid designs as a response to modern society’s new gender identities.

  • Noelle Lim
    Noelle Lim


    blogging / photography


  • Novi


    design / stylist

    Born in Indonesia, but raised and educated in Hong Kong and the United Kingdom, Novi has an international perspective on British and Asian culture. Novi began her exploration of handicraft at college, establishing her pioneering point of view at that time. Her passion for crafts began to evolve in a stage of experimentation, at which time she began researching and developing her craftsmanship. After a long period of exploration in handicrafts, she began understanding important details in crafting and recognising the quality differences in materials. In 2016, despite the downturned retail economy, the young craftswoman partnered with Luke, who had a design and business background, to create her first collection utilising high-quality materials and workmanship. Manofatto is inspired by shapes and symbols associated with adornment, architecture, and interior design, offering a contemporary style on made-in-Hong Kong craftsmanship. "I like to create something with my hands, even though the world is chasing after automation and fast turnover. Creating with our hands makes things very personal and allows us to earn more instant gratification when we receive positive reactions to our work as compared to factory mass-produced products. We might not be as well-known as famous brands, but our passion and effort placed into our designs and products will not be less."

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