Style blogger or not, I’m always looking for new and new-to-me designers who create stunning, high-quality pieces to last for years to come. This past year, I discovered a few new-to-me Hong Kong designers and brands that have quickly become staples in my wardrobe. One of the exciting things about spending time in a new city is getting to know it through style, as well as discover the designers and brands that call this city home.
From cozy knits to dreamy dresses, these brands have found permanent rotation in my wardrobe. I’ve loved getting to explore more of Hong Kong’s diverse and creative fashion throughout my time here, and I know this list of incredible designers will only grow as I discover more unique brands.
As someone who has a bit of an obsession with sweaters (and cold weather), it didn’t take long for me to discover YanYan. YanYan, which means “everyone” in Cantonese, brings nostalgia to the modern day with their fun and creative knitwear. I currently have my eye on this coat and this cardigan.
Wearing: Striped cardigan (note: Size up as the sizing runs small. I am wearing a size medium)
Romantic, feminine, and designed with a unique east meets west aesthetic, it’s very easy to see why I fell in love with Sau Lee as soon as I first set my eyes on the brand.
The Veronique gown is really special, since it features scattered blooms of Bauhinia, which is the national flower of Hong Kong, and is digitally printed on pure silk chiffon.
Wearing: Veronique gown (also available here)
Another Sau Lee favorite of mine is this Rosie gown, which I have worn on a few occasions now. I’m obsessed with the flowing ruffles!
I also have my eye on this dress (perfect for New Year’s Eve, even if just at home!).
Wearing: Rosie gown (currently on sale; also available here)
A fresh take on femininity, Anais Jourden’s clothing are ladylike pieces that show off expressions of color, texture, and volume.
Other pieces I love include this blazer, this top, and this dress.
Wearing: Striped skirt (sold out)
I know this is currently a short list, but I expect my list of Hong Kong designers and brands will continue to grow and I cannot wait to share more with you! Do you have a favorite Hong Kong brand or designer?