Guest Hunter, Mimi Tsang
and owner of hello shiso, Mimi Tsang is this week’s Guest Hunter, and we couldn’t be more thrilled! Mimi spent a number of years in New York before heading to Berkeley, CA where she lives with her husband and their 2 kids – Otis (7) and Bee (4). She finds Berkeley fashion to be “very comfy”, New York “great’ and Tokyo “one of the best cities around – everyone puts so much effort into their looks, even if it’s a messy and tousled look”. Clearly she’s all about individuality and fashion as a form of expression (something we admire!).
So from her not-to-be-missed line (which currently is about hair accessories for girls, but the plan is to add gender-neutral bibs and bags for kids) to her eye for all things cool, Mimi’s not one to miss. KEEP ON READING!
Photo: Mimi Tsang
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Oh my goodness..
everything about this little brand is absolutely adorable – from the branding, to the story to the most important detail: the product! Designer Mimi Tsang started hello shiso because from early on she got it “accessories can make an outfit”. We couldn’t agree more. I mean, how many times have you heard us say “perfect with jeans & a tee”? Tsang and her team work out of Berkeley, CA and make a very sweet of accessories for boys and girls (of all ages). From hair clips to bibs and bags, this one’s hard to resist.
Photos: hello shiso