Cuff combines current fashion with traditional tailoring. As I’ve been looking for bespoke shirts in Hong Kong, was presented to me a lot of fabric samples and then my decision expected. I consider this not customer-oriented, because it is difficult for a lay person, to imagine the end product”, says Ian Fong. Cuffs solves the problem by providing a large selection of finished pattern shirts out. To these customers about the color and the cut can refer. An information board explains the different collar shapes that are available. We were convinced that we can cover a new segment of the market with our idea. Our goal is that the purchase of a customized shirt designed so easily like a shopping at Zara.
Recently, the two young entrepreneurs have supplemented its range of tailored suits and custom-made products by sunglasses. Cuff also entered into a partnership with the Hong Kong fashion brand G.O.D and sells cuff custom shirt box”with one under the collar sewn, personalized message. “There is even a request for the logo you want to marry me?” get. Ian Wong who has become accustomed to shirts, finds it difficult the return to the shirt off the rack: I had a lot of favorite shirts, but that has changed. They are simply not as comfortable and look not so good like a custom made shirt.” Unique for fashionistas designer Kenny Li offers its customers fashionistas looking for unique accessories, striking necklaces, and belts. Established he has his label FAVE 2011 presenting his first collection. His latest pieces address pyramid and animal motifs, including a chain, which adorns the waist and held together by a butterfly motif. All jewelry pieces are made by hand and sustainable, recycled materials from factories and workshops were used for the production.” 2010 Shanghai Expo Kenny Li Hong Kong has the in the category fashion vision Aries” represented.