Fashion Designer Arto Wong is best known for her creative and technically ambitious knitwear designs. Arto graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2011 with a BA in Fashion and Textile Design, specializing in Knitwear Design with Technology. She worked as a designer in knitwear fashion industry, including the London fashion label Mira Mikati and Japan knitting manufactory Shima Seiki.
In 2013, Arto was awarded Champion and the Best Marketability Award at Hong Kong Young Fashion Knitwear Designer Contest. She was the recipient of the Champion and New Talent Award at Hong Kong Young Fashion Designer Contest 2017 with her collection "Zero to Unlimited”. In 2018, Arto established her own brand “ARTO.” and won the CreateSmart Hong Kong Young Design Talent Award. Her designs have been featured internationally.
Constance Lee is a one of the most eminent young fashion stylists in Hong Kong. After her graduation in 2013, she has established a rapidly growing business in fashion styling and tailoring, gaining herself an influential position in the fashion, beauty, and entertainment industry
Constance has been the designated stylist of a number of celebrities and producers. With her keen fashion sense and aesthetics, she has curated and supported the production of numerous concerts, events, CD Albums, editorials, TV programs, and styling workshops including the Hinsideout 2018, Hins Cheung x HKCO Concert 2020, Mirror One & All Live 2021, Music is Live 2021, etc.
With a Master of Philosophy in Fashion & Textile Design from PolyU, Derek Chan is no stranger to pushing boundaries. He was a finalist in the Young Fashion Designer’s Competition (YDC) in 2012, before he created his own label, DEMO.
Bringing philosophies, poetries, and science into his distinctive creations, Derek seeks to reimagine traditional masculinity in contemporary and gender-neutral designs. His work has been met with critical acclaim internationally.
Derek was named Designer of the Year (Menswear) and Collection of the Year by the Hong Kong Fashion Council in 2016, and 10 Asian Designers to Watch Award in 2019 & 2020 by the Fashion Asia. In 2022, DEMO shinned in the Centrestage ELITE show with its signature aesthetics, receiving praise from the industry.
Eunice Lee graduated with a MA in Global Fashion Management from ITC in 2011. Before that, she was a senior designer and knitwear specialist in the fashion industry with years of experience. Since she joined the tertiary education in 2012, she has nurtured a long list of Hong Kong young fashion designers.
In recent years, Eunice has been dedicated in the inheritance of the national intangible cultural heritage - Hong Kong Cheongsam Making Technique, and curated several high standing preservation schemes, presenting the outputs in museums and the Prince Gong’ Mansion. She is also the founding member and executive committee of the Hong Kong Cheongsam Association. Moreover, Eunice is also active in contributing to the society through community and sustainable design projects.
Jenny Chui is a Hong Kong based illustrator. She specializes in developing fashion and portrait illustrations with stylish, elegant, clean yet delicate style, influenced by her fashion design background. Her illustrations focus on the use of mixed media including markers, watercolors, inks and computer graphics.
Jenny works with clients from fashion, jewel, handbag and cosmetic brands on various kind of collaborations including live drawing event and illustrations on promotional materials. She also illustrates regularly for features in magazines.
Apart from working for illustrations, she also contributes her fashion and aesthetic sense in fashion design by being invited to be part of several fashion runways and exhibitions worldwide.
Clients: Hermes, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Dior, Gucci, Fendi, Burberry, Prada, Mikimoto, St. John, Shiatzy Chen, Tory Burch, J. Crew, Furla, De Grisogono, Fossil, I.T, MOISELLE, SOGO, Caudalie, Chantecaille, Cosmopolitan, MilkX, South China Morning Post, Mensuno, The Landmark, Cityplaza, etc.
Graduated from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a degree in Fashion Design, Zoe is a seasoned professional with over 10 years experience in the fashion design industry in Hong Kong. She was also the first runner up of the POLYU fashion show and Winner of the evening and party wear group of the Young Designer Contest in 2011.
Passionate in creating fashion & art, Zoe has held several positions including Senior Fashion Designer in Initial Fashion Co., Assistant Co-Create Manager in Lane Crawford and is now the Head of Design in D-mop leading a team of young talented designers and overseeing the creative direction of the in-house brands.
A believer of "People make difference", Zoe is keen to share her insights and experience to nurture the next generation of fashion designers with a mission to contribute to the continuous development and growth of this industry in Hong Kong.