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it’s always an exciting challenge to put together a stylish wardrobe for fashion week. more so when you’ve been on the move for the past month. hong kong fashion week started on the 13 January, and the former british colony was our seventh destination since the year begun ( and the fourteenth since the start of December 2013 ).
we were booked to produce three events for 25 designers in hong kong, so our outfits had not only to be chic but functional. no bondage sleeves, huge hats or impractical shoes. it had to look good with a pair of headphones on and an intercom set clipped to the waist, with matching clipboard of cue sheets.
with a luggage allowance of 50kg on singapore airlines to accommodate pieces for london, milan and florence , ho chi minh city and a couple of recce trips to hong kong prior to fashion week, the key was to pack a few statement pieces and recycle the rest in imaginative ways.
here’s what I ended up wearing for the four days. lemme know what you think.
*GO GREEN for ViVIENNE WESTWoOD*

20140117-174929.jpg bespoke suit by singapore designer thomas wee
matching green shirt with button-down collar from a random store in seoul
camouflage tie from http://www.luisaviaroma
black v-necked , swallow-tail wool sweater by jeremy scott
vintage patterned wool socks from ALand @ causeway bay, hong kong http://www.A-LAND.CO.KR
petrol rubber brogues, vivienne westwood from http://www.luisaviaroma
wool overcoat from allsaints

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20140117-180442.jpg my team were similarly-dressed in custom thomas wee suits ( each styled in their own unique way ) and westwood rubber brogues in oxblood ( for dominic min ) and charcoal ( for bryan ). my manager, sabrina, chose a draped dress by singapore label odds by reckless ericka

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20140117-190027.jpg *SARTORIALLY ASiAN for the YOUNG DESIGNERS NITE*

20140117-184801.jpg a singaporean, decked out in ( mostly ) thai designers , for a showcase of young hong kong fashion talents

20140117-190506.jpg navy suit : JBB, available at grand hyatt erawan basement mall, bangkok
printed tie : greyhound, from the greyhound boutique, siam centre, bangkok
pink shirt : alexander mcqueen
petrol rubber brogues : vivienne westwood
argyle socks : uniqlo
bag : limited edition silver comme des garçons , for cambridge satchel company

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20140117-231028.jpg *INTERNATiONAL SMORSBOuRG for the INTERNATiONAL EXTRAVAGANZA NiTE*

20140117-231214.jpg white quilted shirt : thom browne
black wool pants : bodybound
blacl v-neck wool sweater : jeremy scott
hooded wool jacket : burberry prorsum
oxblood rubber golf brogues : vivienne westwood
bag : limited edition silver comme des garçons , for cambridge satchel company

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20140117-232704.jpg *REHEARSALS*

20140117-234124.jpg houndstooth shirt : raf simons for fred perry , from dover street market, london
polka dotted sweater : JBB
skinny jeans : uniqlo
petrol rubber brogues : vivienne westwood, at http://www.luisaviaroma.com
polka dotted socks from ALand @ causeway bay, hong kong http://www.A-LAND.CO.KR
tote : singapore & co essentials tote bag , by goodstuph

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20140118-001948.jpg my producers were comfortably chic in a horse-print sweater, wool trench and black skinny cuffed jeans from Zara and nike trainers ( dominic min ) and G*Star jeans and a leather jacket with wool cuffs from alexander wang , paired with charcoal rubber brogues from vivienne westwood ( bryan )

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20140118-003747.jpg the best part of travelling with a stylish team who shares the same suit size as you is the ability to swop and mix and match pieces to create infinite combinations.

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