our Guest Hunter, Joyce Hwang when we worked together a while back. She’s one of those people who’s super easy-going, always smiling and has fun with her style. Joyce was born and raised in Hong Kong, moved to the States to attend Northwestern University and then headed to New York to start her career in the fashion industry. Currently she’s living in Hong Kong where she’s Product Merchandiser for The Outnet (China) and in a few months will be moving to Shanghai to continue to work for the Net-a-Porter subsidiary.
For Joyce and fashion, no two days are the same. It’s a great way to “transform and innovate” she says. “One day I feel like being a hippie, the next day a business woman, the next a rocker.” She describes her style as “eccentric – easy looks with unexpected mixes while still feeling like myself and wearing clothes that make me happy”. She’s an individual and onto trends way before most, so keep reading to get schooled from this star.
Home inspiration from Göteborg (found on Stadshem). What a gorgeous studio flat. I’ve been thinking about how I will decorate my place when I move, the best part of moving is getting to set up a new space.
Silly Love is a beautiful dreamy jewelry line started by my talented friend Denise, who often finds herself indulging in the fun of being silly in love. By “being silly”, she means being playful, relaxed, and delightful. Silly Love focuses on the combination of gold, sterling silver, gemstones, jades, and diamonds. Her creations are always inspired by special moments in her life. I love seeing people I adore follow their dreams and I am so excited to see this new venture. I can’t wait to see more of the pieces from her upcoming collection. Love is…being silly together. ❤
Only recently have I discovered what a lovely nice touch the colored socks add to his already complete outfit.
Temp Files is wonderful blog filled with incredible pictures of kids and happiness. Oh I am absolutely in love with everything they wear!
One of my favorite lunch spots near my workplace is HK’s best fish ball joint, Shan Loon Tse Kee, located in Aberdeen. I am obsessed with their deep-fried fish cakes and fish skins. Sadly, after serving for 65 years this family-run fish ball joint is closing down soon due to rising fish prices. Here is a picture I took via Instagram as I stuffed my face with the fish cakes at Tse Kee.
Tse Kee, G/F, 80-82 Old Main St., Aberdeen, +852 2552 3809. Open daily, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Noodles cost between HK$23 and HK$40 per bowl depending on the fish items accompanying them.
Thre.ad, a NYC-based social network that lets users share street style through “threads” of photos. It lets users spot and tag photos with brands and styles and share it with the rest of the Thre.ad community. The app is out too. How fun and inspiring!