Auroboros is the first couture brand with a digital-only clothing line
Fashion meets visual art. Song Rao utilises fashion as a form of art and self-expression to address issues of climate change and living a more sustainable lifestyle in hopes to encourage young city dwellers to think about our environment in a different way.
Li Yanjie is a digital designer working in fields of digital new media, virtual IP creation, the intersection of technology and how it is transforming the frontiers of nature.
Li Bo is a fashion stylist, and since graduating from Newton Business School, Li Bo has worked with clients including Annakiki, PH5, YWMIN, Pierre Cardin, and Bazaar.
Bysanz is a Shanghai/London based fashion designer, stylist, art director that has worked with multiple brands as stylist at London Fashion Week, Shanghai Fashion Week, and featured in NYLON, Off Black Magazine and DAZED.
Zhou Tong is a digital designer working in new media technologies. His work explores cultural influences through modern technological approaches.
Kung Ka Ki
KUNG KA KI is a jewellery brand that integrates Chinese and foreign history and culture to create modern jewellery.
Christian Stockert is a jewellery designer with a commitment to tradition, honouring creativity and craftsmanship but also celebrating innovation. With his unique design philosophy, it has led him to a new and fascinating style – modernity meets classicism.
PEI-NAP MOK is a jewellery designer based in Shanghai. With a Master degree in Jewellery design at the School of Jewellery in Birmingham, Pei-Nap Mok has worked as a designer in a UK company in providing design services to private clients and retail brands, everything from high-end jewellery to retail fashion products.
In a world that is ever changing, the connection to pure forms, shapes and sustainable materials stays the same, at United Strangers they look to unite these elements to create timeless furniture creations.
Studio Florian & Christine
Studio Florian and Christine is a multidisciplinary design studio, currently based in Hong Kong. The studio philosophy involves investigating sustainable materials and how they may be utilized for design-led social innovation. They aim to push the boundaries of sustainable design and how it can be used for future forms and functions.
éphēlis is an exploration in form and function, celebrating the female body and pushing forward the idea of flawed beauty and acceptance. A lot of pieces are a nod to femininity, a study of diversity, intimacy and tenderness.
Dresscode is a boutique floral design brand pursuing unconventional aesthetics. This boutique floral brand accepts the wilting of the flower, uses the floral art to reach freedom, and respects the transience of the flower.
Andfunns is a lifestyle brand that connects the concept of minimalism with life to its products, with a 'less but better' design approach.
Tobba Parfums is the first and only Hong Kong perfume house that lives up to an international perfume brand standard, meaning having an in-house perfumer, respecting universal regulations (IFRA standard) and performs stability test.
Superface was founded in South Korea to create professional makeup products with the highest aesthetics in Asia, creating a superstar face under the spotlight, and bringing a new super beauty experience to women around the world.
Futchi is a lifestyle brand founded by a young and creative crew, in collaboration with artist friends, perfumers, ceramicists and pottery crafters.
Devil & Detail
The founder of glamorous & niche personal care brand DEVIL & DETAIL is a seasonal marketing communication professional in a Fortune 500 global company, with strong expertise in beauty and personal care space.
Colorkey is and make up brand founded in Asia. It collaborates with top vendors around the world and specialists in make up, fashion, design, product industry to provide better make up products for young Chinese ladies.
LELALES jewellery is conferred with a classic and modern sense. The “LE” in “LELALES” is the masculine definite article in French language, while “LA” is the feminine one, and “LES” represents the plural form of the two. Altogether, they form the ideology of the studio.
Fangfang Marceau is a fashion jewellery brand inspired by the simple, yet powerful lines of Art Deco jewellery that create great rhythmic visual impact, and beauty of the times. A keen observation of nature can often be her creative inspiration, whether it is the winding lines of flowers and vines, the pop rays of sunlight, the arc of waves hitting, or the beautiful contours of animals.
DOVETAIL, is an attitude jewellery brand for confident and powerful contemporary women.
Chen Yu Luo
Graduated from The College of Fashion, University of the Arts London with a bachelor's degree in Jewellery, she is still studying in MA Artefact in the college. The works exhibited this time are the jewellery undergraduate graduation design of 18 years, and the theme is language violence.
For her, jewellery design is not only an ornament that she needs to wear on her body, but also a medium to communicate with others. They are also works of art that can carry the designer's concept.
Atelier Phyl is a couture accessories label inspired by a lady during her travels wearing a uniquely crafted headpiece made using a scarf. From that moment, the concept of creating innovative illusions through exquisite headpieces fuelled my passions of millinery. The label embraces specialised techniques that stay true to the brand’s core, identity and purpose; craftsmanship in classic millinery.
AS.FAERIE jewellery is designed to be worn in multiple styles. The pieces are highly versatile, light and comfortable to wear. She believes all girls shin like diamonds from day to night.
Redefining collaboration through responsible design. THE FORE believes in collaboration as a tool for change. Every collection is created with independent artists, designers, manufacturers and entrepreneurs, sharing ideas and bringing transparency, social responsibility and ethical design to the fore, to you.
Stacey Huang, the founder of A-D-Just, is an award winning jewellery designer. Originally from China, Stacey currently divides herself between London and Shanghai after graduated from Jewellery Design course at Central Saint Martins. Her background in graphic design plays a big role in defining her aesthetic, made of thin lines and incredibly well-placed details.
Shiitake is a womenswear and accessory brand founded by designer group who mostly graduate from London College of Fashion. It was started in 2018, with a love for romantic materials, Shiitake focuses on contemporary elegance and always experiments with historical references like techniques, patterns and silhouette.
SUSAN FANG is a fashion label that focuses on perception and mathematics and inspired by concepts relating to the perception of beauty and the instinctive allure of nature and the ever-present fractals. The brand focusses on innovation in textiles and developing methods of sustainable practices within design and production, focussing on craftsmanship and artisanal making.
Private Policy was founded in 2015 by Parsons graduates Siying Qu and Haoran Li. After their nomination for “Designers of the Year” and finalists for the Kering “Empowering Imagination Contest,” the two designers partnered up to create Private Policy and their first collection. Since the brand’s launch, Private Policy had grown their domestic and international presence, now sold at H. Lorenzo in the United States, Selfridges in London, Opening Ceremony in Japan, and Dongliang in China as well as FARFETCH online.
Founded by Philip Huang and Chomwan Weeraworawit in 2016, Philip Huang produces clothing that merges indigenous knowledge passed on for generations from artisans in the Northeast of Thailand with contemporary design to create versatile modern clothing with an artisanal touch. Using plant-based natural dyes, organic fibers, hand-made textiles and accessories, Philip Huang draws from the land working with the artisans that are the keepers of this knowledge all the whilst making clothes for today and the future.
LU graduated from China Academy of Arts with a BA and London College of Fashion MA in Menswear in 2014 and 2018 consecutively. Luminous made their debut and launch SS2020 collection “Dawn” in Shanghai’s iconic underground club, 44kw. Luminous has been invited by LABELHOOD to attend shanghai fashion week online show for the first time.
KSIDE LIU was created in Shanghai in 2019 by two graduates of master fashion design from POLIMODA Insitute of Fashion on Design and Marketing. Based on the design concept of "restraint but ever-changing", the brand applies minimalist effects to the design and considers the chemical reaction between restraint and delicate.
Knit Club 1990
KNIT CLUB1990 is a knitwear designer brand founded Yan Li. Graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design Textile Design in 2014, Yan launched her own brand in 2019. The brand takes inspiration from contemporary art and sub-cultural elements from the 1960s, like Twiggy. Using uniquely developed knitted patterns to express the theme of each season, Knit Club 1990 wanted to introduce a style that is position between retro and modern art.
Fabric Porn began in 2019 in Shanghai. The brand's core values are functionality and artistry. The cultural influence from the East and the West inspired Chenxi to trace his own patterns of thought. ChenXi hopes to influence the new generation with his design and help them to gather cultural confidence and pride.
Cylinder is a contemporary designer and cultural creative brand founded by Ian Chu, and Lingyu Hao in 2019. The brand focuses on discussing the current dynamic youth ideology. It is committed to redefining pioneering, social-relevant ethnic groups through clothing and visual content, and clothing itself becomes the carrier of ideas and consciousness.
Benmo's design was born from the designer's own dressing demands. It provides beautiful dresses for women who love life under the premise of relaxation and comfort. It is a mature expression of caring for yourself.