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STIG MAGAZINE

Edition5: HEART OF FASHION

by: Mardy Co


DESIRE. ACHIEVE. INSPIRE. Individuals from across the globe who are breaking barriers by sharing their story and works, to instigate change, fuel DESIRE, that we may dare to ACHIEVE our dreams, and in turn INSPIRE others to do the same. It’s a cycle. It’s infectious. It’s what STIG Magazines are made of… page per page.


State of Mind

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Looking beyond with no great expectation As the sun will rise & set before your eyes You’ll see that all is a gift of life That every turn & road leads to a discovery That every season is a different view of a journey & if by chance you’ll see a shoreline nearby Turn the wheel, set it aside & drop by Take that much desired walk and be calmed by each wave In life’s unconventional beauty be saved Nothing but your being simmering down through the ocean breeze Up to a soothing point of silence be seized Where there is nothing left but the sea & the sound of you breathing Lavish in it & feel your life unraveling & for the first time in a brink of innocence Open yourself up for something new...

- Mardy-

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State of Mind

Pack light for an endless road & horizon


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The Truth Be Told p.7

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW w/ THE HEARTS OF FASHION The Burning Passion For Fashion Featuring: Amy Lu p.13 Raffy Tesoro p.47 Sarah Newland p.73 Stefanus Wong p.103 Syan Leung p.127 Vincent Choi p.147

STIG DIARY

Sequel 5: Finding Inspiration p.43

MODELS W/ SUBSTANCE EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW:

Cover Girl Michelle Mousel p.173

LOST IN PARADISE Find Out The Mystery Place

Ravishing The Skirts Of Volcanoes (In Rugged Style) p.191

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STIG REVEALED


Truth be Told

Truth be Told You have every right to be here No matter where you are, what you’ve become and who you are You are born a part of and in perfect alignment with the universe You are made in the image and likeness of a creator And that makes you a creator yourself. You are gifted with free will in your life’s creative process … seize it You are made a little higher than angels You are without wings so you can walk the land and rule your own reality You are carving your way into a masterpiece You are a proof of heaven and hell on earth Because you are what you make of it Your purpose is what you say it is You call your own calling Your uniqueness exemplifies the greatest story ever told

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starting to be one of the most desired career options for

many young people. This is relatively

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B

ecoming a fashion stylist is

true especially for those who have as well as those who are lured by the seemingly glamorous lifestyle of this profession. Truth be told, if you ask most of today’s famous fashion stylists, they have been known to say that they weren’t aware that this profession existed

when

they

started

out.

Nowadays however, this job can be quite lucrative wherein some stylists earn £7,000 a day or approximately more than $11,000.00 daily. After all, if a stylist can create a look that becomes an instant hit in the fashion world (even in entertainment and politics),

it can produce that

much needed buzz to elevate either a fashion house; designer, brand, model, celebrity, royalty, etc. and help boost one’s career and business – especially in today’s digital age.

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Amy LU

(Toronto, Canada)

All images are © 2015, Amy Lu They are released for reproduction in STIG, online magazine.

“I am aware of trends but not consumed by them and I am generally more inspired by experiences and people than by runways. I see fashion as a very easy and accessible form of self-expression and love helping people clearly communicate what they want to show the world about themselves through clothing.”

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Can you tell us something about yourself on a more personal level? I love yoga, traveling, and the beach - as much as I love fashion. I see fashion as art, so sometimes, just being in the presence of dreamy clothes is as fulfilling as getting to wear them. Who is AMY LU as a fashion stylist? I am aware of trends but not consumed by them and I am generally more inspired by experiences and people than by runways. I see fashion as a very easy and accessible form of selfexpression and love helping people clearly communicate what they want to show the world about themselves through clothing.

When did you finally know that being a fashion stylist was what you wanted to be and what drives you to excel in your profession? How are you able to take your craft to the next level? I have always been a fashion stylist - I just didn’t realize that it was a profession until my early twenties. I love clothes and I love helping people better understand themselves through clothes. Helping people feel beautiful is incredibly rewarding and I am blessed to be able to do that. In terms of taking my career to the next level‌who knows; I love the idea of working on a project with a bigger platform like a style book or television show. I also day dream about collaborating with a label to create something spectacular!

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“I love all of the interesting people I come into contact with..�

What do you think is your trademark as a stylist? I am not sure I have a trademark per se, but people have told me that I go above and beyond with every look which is enormously flattering. I approach every editorial as a story and the model as a character in the story. I put lots of time and effort into researching references that will bring the wardrobe to another level. What is the perks of your profession? I love all of the interesting people I come into contact with; sharing moments and experiences are what make life grand.

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Fashion What was your first project as a Fashion Stylist and how was that experience like?

Is there a particular individual that you would like to have as a client? Who would that be and why?

I knew that I was in my element from the moment I started. I was excited, not nervous, and I didn’t want the day to end.

From an editorial perspective, I would absolutely love to collaborate with Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin and Mert and Marcus. I am a fan of their work and continue to be inspired by their vision. I would die to style Bjork or Kate Moss. I lived in London when Kate was still up and coming as a model and Bjork was everywhere. I think tidbits of both of them are in all my editorial shoots. Continuation On The Next Page >

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Fashion Obviously the process is catered to each person and specific to each project; however I think about who the person is and what they want to project. Then I think about how I can portray that using my fashion sensibility without compromising the vision of the story.

A Fashion Stylist that you admire or look up to and why? I adore Katie Grand’s vision - our taste is very similar. I also love Annie Horth. She has perfect taste! Who is your personal style icon? Kate Moss hands down. Continuation On The Next Page >

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What goes through your head when you are trying to create “a look” for a specific person?


Fashion Top 5 fashion must-have that everyone should own 1. Go-to denim (what ever looks and feels good on you! My fav’s are J-Brand Skinnies) 2. A Trench ( Beige Burberry) 3. Sunnies (Ray-Ban Wayferers) 4. Boyfriend Blazer (Black Crepe Wilfred Blazer) 5. A Statement Purse (Marc by Marc black purse with gold details) Continuation On The Next Page >

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Fashion Do your research and always come prepared. My kit has everything from clips, scissors and doublestick tape to vintage jewelry and sparkly gloves. Continuation On The Next Page >

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Your tips, tricks and tools when it comes to styling


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If there was “one look” that you would like to be remembered for, what would it be? Oh gosh....really? I have no idea.... I have lots more I’d like to do before I can make that call. What do you think is your greatest achievement, thus far? I can’t think of one specific achievement, but I can say that nothing is more rewarding than seeing a person’s confidence grow because of style. I have had the honour and privilege to style so many people from in front and behind the scenes, and helping people feel beautiful is a pretty fabulous feeling to have.

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“..nothing is more rewarding than seeing a person’s confidence grow because of style..”


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Fashion What’s the most important lesson that life has taught you both in your profession and in your personal life? People mean everything. Stuff means nothing. A life without experiences is not worth living. Ideally, what are the essential ingredients needed to become a successful fashion stylist? Creativity, passion, commitment, and lots of hard work. Continuation On The Next Page >

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“A life without experiences is not worth living.”


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Fashion Digital media is becoming more prominent while print media is disappearing. I am becoming aware of the importance of social media and its relevance in fashion. Continuation On The Next Page >

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“There is no one way to achieve any goal. If you are willing to do whatever it takes, you will succeed!� What advice do you have for those who wish to also become a Fashion Stylish? There is no one way to achieve any goal. If you are willing to do whatever it takes, you will succeed! Fashion is a challenging career to excel in because it is very competitive, but you need to learn to keep your eye on the prize and persevere. End >

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Sequel 5

Finding Inspiration

Sequel 6: Let Go ( STIG Magazine Edition 6)


The first time my soul swayed was when we were walking

from the rest of the relatives. Seeing the

in a mall and there was this guy gracefully playing the

different treatment towards you and your

piano. People gathered around him. It was instantaneously

siblings as compared to your cousins. This somehow

eargasmic for me that I had to stop and stare for a brief

does something to you. It makes you feel unwanted, and

moment. I was very young then, but it left a good feeling

you start to build this inferiority complex. Not knowing

inside. There’s something about how people can move you

that you were dealing with rejection at a young age. You

in ways that gives you hope. That is because you feel the

would feel like people are not happy with you and you

energy of them taking action, and how passionate they are

just don’t know why. You begin to doubt and question

of what they do. I took inspiration from different people.

yourself. All these issues stemming from my childhood

What I was grateful for growing up is that, I was taught

instilled fear in me. So basically I would retreat back to

that we shouldn’t compare ourselves to others, and that

my shell. To me, I was never good enough, and that is the

we should always listen to people’s stories, because for

worst criticism you will ever get, the one that is coming

sure we will learn a lesson or two. Whether learning from

from you.

their mistakes, or being inspired by their success. It was a

It is so easy for me to succumb to fear, because I lacked

very long time that I have kept myself in a shell, listening,

the confidence that supposedly was to be gained within

watching and observing what is going on on the outside

the environment I grew up in. And the more life brings

world. Wishing I was brave enough to step out and just

you disappointments, this fear just seems to eat you up

be. This is how STIG Magazine’s inspiration came about.

inside. It’s a real struggle, but it doesn’t mean you can’t

It is to help people like me face their demons. To find the

change it.

courage to just go ahead and do it.

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rowing up where my family felt excluded


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(Manila, Philippines) “Stylists need a good eye - not just in clothing but in execution as well. Versatility is also a must. Stylists should be versed in clothing construction and fashion design. They should also have some knowledge in photography, lighting, production design and the other associated skills needed to execute a look. Other than that, perseverance, education, hard work and respect for others and yourself are the key to being successful in this business.”

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“I do love the whole ritual of clothing and its importance in society! That’s what drives me to keep on going.” Can you tell us something about yourself on a more personal level? Personal level... what you see is what you get. Cliché as it sounds... I just like being up front about things. It saves time in general. Other than that, I love beauty in all things so it’s kind of my lifelong mission to experience as much of it as possible. Who is Raffy Tesoroas a fashion stylist? I’m more of a couture sorta guy. I love detail work; embroidery, beading, etc. It’s more challenging and the end result tends to be more fantastic.

When did you finally know that being a fashion stylist was what you wanted to be and what drives you to excel in your profession? How are you able to take your craft to the next level? Truthfully...I can’t really remember. I started really young since my mom is a fashion designer and I sort of fell into it as one of the aspects of my job(s). I do love the whole ritual of clothing and its importance in society! That’s what drives me to keep on going. I use art as an educational medium to keep people thinking. What do you think is your trademark as a stylist? Detail. Not necessarily that everything has to be busy or complex... but rather, that every aspect was thought out. I like to think that a well conceptualized idea tends to bring out the best for the artist and the audience.

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My mom. She can make any kind of fabric or cut look good and she does it with absolute ease. I have to bear in mind though that she does have 40 years of experience to make it look that easy. Top 5 fashion must-have that everyone should own. I think every woman should have: A.) A little black dress. Always classy and it never goes out of style. B.) Awesome shoes. Shoes always finish a look. C.) Proper grooming. It’s not just about the clothes but how you look with them. You are the frame that the clothes sit on after all.

D.) A good life. We can put the best styles on you but if you wear your worries it’ll show anyway. E.) Perfume. Look good, smell good. It completes the package. Your tips, tricks and tools when it comes to styling. Every stylist should have a basic kit. This kit should have: scissors, needles, threads in basic colors, pins, hairpins, safety pins, masking tape, double sided tape, paper clamps in varying sizes, glue gun, razor, baby powder and black pentel pen. Most of them have pretty obvious uses... though I use the baby powder to lighten stains on white fabrics during a shoot. Black pentel can be used to cover tears in black ones when used with masking tape or to erase scratches on certain dark surfaces.

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“My mom. She can make any kind of fabric or cut look good and she does it with absolute ease.”


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“Perseverance and Education go hand in hand. You have to have the will to go on and the ability to do it.”

If there was “one look” that you would like to be remembered for, what would it be?

What’s the most important lesson that life has taught you both in your profession and in your personal life?

Fantasy. I love doing fantasy styles ranging from cosplay to avant-garde. It’s much more challenging and satisfying to complete.

Perseverance and Education go hand in hand. You have to have the will to go on and the ability to do it. Perseverance answers to the first and Education to the second.

What do you think is your greatest achievement, thus far? Building my own commercial grade photography studio (smiles). It’s called Edifice Studios and it’s an art hub that caters not just to photography but also to everything else that is related to the art industry.

Ideally, what are the essential ingredients needed to become a successful fashion stylist? Stylists need a good eye - not just in clothing but in execution as well. Versatility is also a must. Stylists should be versed in clothing construction and fashion design. They should also have some knowledge in photography, lighting, production design and the other associated skills needed to execute a look. Other than that, perseverance, education, hard work and respect for others and yourself are the key to being successful in this business.

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How do you see your career evolve as a Fashion Stylist in the near future? My next step would be to create more fantastic styles. I make my own clothes and sets for shoots so I’d like to see a more intense melding. It’s all about creating more and more believable worlds for the viewer. What advice do you have for those who wish to also become Fashion Stylists? There’s a lot more choices out there but also a lot more competition. If you want to stand out, don’t be afraid to take risks and make some edgy choices from time to time. Listen to your clients but also develop your own style as well. It’s really about knowing how to find balance in everything you do.

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(Melbourne, Australia) “It kind of just happened, and who knows, I may not be a Stylist forever. I am driven by a love for being creative and I always want to push myself to surprise (myself)! I love working spontaneously, making it up as I go along. I always bring waaay too much stuff to shoots so that I have more freedom to be spontaneous.”

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Ummm....I cannot be happier than when I am on an un-crowded beach in a perfect weather. Who is Sarah Newland as a fashion stylist? The same as Sarah Newland as a person only faster. When did you finally know that being a fashion stylist was what you wanted to be and what drives you to excel in your profession? How are you able to take your craft to the next level? It kind of just happened, and who knows, I may not be a Stylist forever. I am driven by a love for being creative and I always want to push myself to surprise (myself)! I love working spontaneously, making it up as I go along. I always bring waaay too much stuff to shoots so that I have more freedom to be spontaneous. What do you think is your trademark as a stylist? Probably making it up as I go along!

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“The great people I meet.” What is the perks of your profession? Being my own boss; jobs that allow a bit of creative freedom. The great people I meet. What was your first project as a Fashion Stylist and how was that experience like? Hmm I don’t know what my first solo job was. I think a music album cover & promo shots. It was fine (smiles). What goes through your head when you are trying to create “a look” for a specific person? This is what goes through my head... “xnsdjiwufgwlkmdxlkdqwwhfkas237894 75954ture[lqcvoiugiy5658687292mw2knf r3c”

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What are your top 5 must have for this season? Wide leg pants, loads of wedges, maxi skirts, cropped jumpers, shawls. Top 5 fashion must-have that everyone should own. I am really not so good at these ‘top 5’ questions! Ummm... sunglasses, a great scarf, an awesome black coat, heels or wedges that are as comfy as flats; and a favourite black bag. Your tips, tricks and tools when it comes to styling. Make it up as you go along! If there was “one look” that you would like to be remembered for, what would it be? If there was only one I wouldn’t be very good at my job would I? (laughs) Continuation On The Next Page >

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I am not sure I have one specific icon. They change all the time. If I write one person now I will definitely jinx it and change my mind so better leave it blank

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What do you think is your greatest achievement, thus far? Fashion

Making it to 30?! I don’t know... What’s the most important lesson that life has taught you both in your profession and in your personal life?

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Just do it?! Ideally, what are the essential ingredients needed to become a successful fashion stylist? Organization, a good personality, and creativity. How do you see your career evolve as a Fashion Stylist in the near future? Only time will tell. What advice do you have for those who wish to also become a Fashion Stylish? Be a good and thorough assistant first. Don’t lose stuff!

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(Singapore, Singapore) “When I feast my eyes on beautiful objects I am driven to excel. I have the tendency in my mind to break down a singular object or gesture into reasons – What was the inspiration? Why did someone choose the inspiration? Fashion is art; it is like a painting and the model is the canvas.”

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Can you tell us something about yourself on a more personal level? I’ve never been in love. Who is Stefanus Wong as a fashion stylist? Someone whose idea of stylist is not to look crazy but chic and yet the average person on the street will never wear them. When did you finally know that being a fashion stylist was what you wanted to be and what drives you to excel in your profession? How are you able to take your craft to the next level?

When I feast my eyes on beautiful objects I am driven to excel. I have the tendency in my mind to break down a singular object or gesture into reasons – What was the inspiration? Why did someone choose the inspiration? Fashion is art; it is like a painting and the model is the canvas. One way to excel is by reading everything you get your hands on. The subject doesn’t have to be fashion; it can be politics, sports, science, even finance. You will be constantly inspired by what you see and by your surroundings. It is multi-dimensional.

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It sounds like a cliché, but I’ve known since I was a child. In the diary that I kept back then; in the ‘dream profession’ column, I even wrote ‘Fashion Designer.’ Along the way, I realised that I was terrible at hand-crafting, so that dream evolved into ‘Fashion Stylist.’

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What do you think is your trademark as a stylist? I do not like to box myself in label as much as a trademark. I prefer not to conform to a certain set that will someday limit my creativity. Then again, maybe that is my trademark.

“..I get to be up close and personal with the objects of my desire; the intricacy of the seams; the techniques of the stitching..”

What is the perks of your profession? There are two things that come to mind instantly. First is that I get to be up close and personal with the objects of my desire; the intricacy of the seams; the techniques of the stitching of the World’s most renown designers’ garments. I am fortunate to have the privilege to observe intimately what most people have only been able to see from a distance. Second is the chance to come across and meet wonderful and fabulous people who understand and share the same passion as I do.

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It was obviously quite a nerve-racking experience because everyone from the photographer to the designer expected you to deliver with flying colours. Yet the biggest obstacle has always been me. I have to deliver and measure up to my own expectation. Is there a particular individual that you would like to have as a client? Who would that be and why? Tilda Swinton and Cate Blanchett. These women have very strong androgynous looks and it takes a very strong fashion stylist to be able to dress them. What goes through your head when you are trying to create “a look� for a specific person? Trying to imagine them walking down the street and whether people will turn their heads. A Fashion Stylist that you admire or look up to and why? Isabella Blow. She has this eclectic fashion sense that always leaves you craving for more.

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I was approached by an Indonesian designer who had just graduated that year. I was taken aback with his work that I asked him whether I could help him in the style aspect - for his portfolio and mine.

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What was your first project as a Fashion Stylist and how was that experience like?


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Who is your personal style icon? Isabella Blow, Daphne Guiness and Anna Dello Russo.

“Learn the rules by heart, try to break them and then make your own rules.”

What are your top 5 must have for this season? Nowadays, I do not think people have to adhere to a specific trend. If you look at the runways this past couple of seasons, fashion designers have their own trends. It’s very different from one another. Those designers have a strong band of loyal followers which allows them not to easily be swayed by trends. I think we have almost reached the maturity level in which people expresses themselves more as individuals rather than comply with a certain trend. Top 5 fashion must-have that everyone should own. You only need one – confidence. Your tips, tricks and tools when it comes to styling. Learn the rules by heart, try to break them and then make your own rules. Don’t forget to bring a pouch full of styling kits: safety pins, clips, and wax stick (for zips).

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If there was “one look” that you would like to be remembered for, what would it be? I would love to be known for my individuality. I do not like to conform to what people might think or perceive on how one should dress. What do you think is your greatest achievement, thus far? I am a hard person to please, so I don’t think any of my achievements has yet to be the greatest. What’s the most important lesson that life has taught you both in your profession and in your personal life? There will always be someone who is better than you. What sets you apart is how hard you are willing to try your best.

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Ideally, what are the essential ingredients needed to become a successful fashion stylist? An eye for fashion and a good sense of humour. How do you see your career evolve as a Fashion Stylist in the near future? Perhaps, the next male fashion rising star from Asia. What advice do you have for those who wish to also become a Fashion Stylish? Never stop trying and treat everyone equally - despite their positions. Being a snob will not get you far in the industry, particularly when every one talks. What can we expect from you in the coming days, weeks or months? The best is yet to come. Always.

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(Hongkong) “To become a professional Fashion Stylist is really challenging and you need to try a variety of ways to make looks work. ‘No pay, no gain’ is always my motto. In my personal view, self-criticism is necessary as it is an important factor in order to improve your craft and to be able to take things to the next level – accomplishing this is something that cannot be replaced even by success. I believe that ‘Practice makes perfect!’’

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Can you tell us something about yourself on a more personal level? This is Syan Leung from Hong Kong. I am a 19-year-old freelance fashion stylist and makeup artist. Fashion image design is the subject that I studied in college. I love fashion so I am involved in! When did you finally know that being a fashion stylist was what you wanted to be and what drives you to excel in your profession? How are you able to take your craft to the next level? I was influenced by my family while design was always my dream. When I was 15, I decided to enter the fashion industry. By learning varied aspects, I revealed my talent on fashion image design. To become a professional Fashion Stylist is really challenging and you need to try a variety of ways to make looks work. ‘No pay, no gain’ is always my motto. In my personal view, self-criticism is necessary as it is an important factor in order to improve your craft and to be able to take things to the next level – accomplishing this is something that cannot be replaced even by success. I believe that ‘Practice makes perfect!’

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What do you think is your trademark as a stylist? For me, being a fashion stylist means that you do not have a consistent style – given the different projection and moods required means that you need to be diverse in styling. But I have to say that using color contrast and various patterns are my personal favourite. What was your first project as a Fashion Stylist and how was that experience like? My first project as a fashion stylist is to decide an image for a shoot of a local celebrity. I definitely felt excited but also nervous. There is after all, a huge difference between fashion models and celebrities; I have to give much more respect and the expectation is greater.

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What goes through your head when you are trying to create “a look” for a specific person? Before I start to create a ‘look’for a specific person, I take his/her first impression or style as a main consideration. A Fashion Stylist that you admire or look up to and why? Nicola Formichetti is my choice! He is half-Japanese, half-Italian; so naturally it’s a mix of East meets West - high fashion meets streetwear. Being the stylist of the well-known fashion icon Lady Gaga shows his creativity and aggressive thoughts. I admire his international fashion innovation.

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Fashion I am addicted to Agyness Deyn. I love her edginess. Fashion is just play around and she has totally presented. Your tips, tricks and tools when it comes to styling I just feel that fashion styling is not a fascinator. Fashion is a study. Please don’t say you love fashion without studying it. That is what I think when it comes to fashion styling.

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What’s the most important lesson that life has taught you both in your profession and in your personal life? Without a doubt, life has taught me how to be responsible. I think in every industry, responsibility is the main criterion to decide whether you can get this job or not! Ideally, what are the essential ingredients needed to become a successful fashion stylist? Keep an open mind and be glad to try new things!

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(Hongkong) “Working with Marie Claire magazine’s crew taught me one of the most important lessons in my profession. I was thinking that “Styling” is just a form of art where you can play around with some creative concepts in your mind. When I was working with the magazine, they told me that “Styling” has a lot to do with how you communicate a look – which should be creative, unique but still wearable. Magazines are a platform for fashion brands to communicate themselves successfully to readers.”

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A guy called Vincent Choi based in Hong Kong - trying not to be a fashion victim; trying to be different from others, but is really just an ordinary man. Who is Vincent Choi as a fashion stylist? I have a strong passion for fashion. I believe that fashion can change one’s life because it can build up our confidence. I hope to help someone change for the better through my sense of style for I would like to draw people’s attention using fashion as a tool - even for just a minute. When did you finally know that being a fashion stylist was what you wanted to be and what drives you to excel in your profession? How are you able to take your craft to the next level? A fashion styling assignment in school helped me figure out that Styling satisfied me more than design. Keep in mind that fashion is a cycle that continuously moves and goes on and it wouldn’t stop for anybody which is why the only way to improve myself is to keep riding the tide non-stop; and perhaps one day, I can be the one to lead the trends in fashion…

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What do you think is your trademark as a stylist? To be honest, I don’t think that I am qualified to explain my trademark. I’m still a beginner; still building up my portfolio and my own trademark. In my mind, trademarks are for those who have achieved a remarkable success in their work – I hope to answer this question someday.

“I have to be able to express my ideas in a clear way in order to create the images needed.”

What is the perks of your profession? Improving my communication skills but I know I can still be better at this. As a fashion stylist, I have to work with different kinds of people. I have to be able to express my ideas in a clear way in order to create the images needed. Being a fashion stylist does not merely mean that one must have a good fashion sense. There is more to it. I for one continue to work on improving my communication skills. What was your first project as a Fashion Stylist and how was that experience like? A School assignment -- it was an unforgettable experience! I haven’t had any experience before that and it satisfied me a lot. It was my first time to do this (being a fashion stylist) and since then, opportunities starting to come ever since these works were posted on my Facebook .

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Not really. I would like to be a fashion stylist more than a personal stylist. Of course I won’t refuse it if there would be offers and opportunities for that. What goes through your head when you are trying to create “a look” for a specific person? I make use of descriptive words such as sexy, pure, rock, etc…..I have to find what fits for a certain shoot/project/model and create a style using descriptive words. I feel that it could be the only way to dress them up better than before and relay the message effectively. A Fashion Stylist that you admire or look up to and why Edward Enninful. He is refreshing fashion while breaking the rules. He is a genius – definitely! Glamorous wardrobe which is being matched with something that doesn’t seem reasonable, but still completes the look successfully.

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Who is your personal style icon? My personal style icon is Susie Bubble. I browse her blog every night even if I happen to be a guy .Susie is always taking risks on color combination; fabric and pattern on pattern. She also likes dressing herself in a daring fashion - that’s why I admire her so much. What are your top 5 must have for this season? A Shirt Pleated Midi dress A pair of oxford shoes A denim crew neck top A collar Top 5 fashion must-have that everyone should own. A little black dress (simple cutting) Celine luggage bag A pair of Christian Louboutin heels (basic style) Tailored boyfriend Blazer Back seam tights

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Know yourself. Pick something that fits you or wear clothes that show off the best parts of your body. Never be a fashion follower without any fashion sense.

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It must be the cone-shaped worn by Madonna in early 1990s. It is still a trendy and a unique look till this day . What do you think is your greatest achievement, thus far? I think that I m still working hard to achieve my goal. My greatest achievement would be the continuous improvement that I see in my craft and becoming better at it while still aiming to get to my goal. What’s the most important lesson that life has taught you both in your profession and in your personal life? Working with Marie Claire magazine’s crew taught me one of the most important lessons in my profession. I was thinking that “Styling” is just a form of art where you can play around with some creative concepts in your mind. When I was working with the magazine, they told me that “Styling” has a lot to do with how you communicate a look – which should be creative, unique but still wearable. Magazines are a platform for fashion brands to communicate themselves successfully to readers.

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“You have to have a strong passion for fashion, and you have to be willing to know more about fashion’s history..” Ideally, what are the essential ingredients needed to become a successful fashion stylist? Fashion sense and communication! Remember that Fashion stylists are a part of the fashion industry. You have to have a strong passion for fashion and you have to be willing to know more about fashion’s history in order to help build up your fashion sense – if this is not essential to you; this may not be the right profession for you. How do you see your career evolve as a Fashion Stylist in the near future? Mainly, I would like for the fashion industry to get to know me, Vincent Choi – as a Fashion Stylist. I would love to do more editorial styling – really, that is what I want. What advice do you have for those who wish to also become a Fashion Stylish? Keep working hard and don’t give up .Note that everyone has a different point of view when it comes to fashion. Sometimes your works may not admired by others but never feel discouraged. Just keep doing what you’re doing and keep bettering yourself. What can we expect from you in the coming days, weeks or months? The works will keep getting better so you better keep your eyes on them! End >

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Exclusive Interview Michelle Mousel Tell us something about yourself or describe yourself I’m a chameleon. I adapt to every situation in life and aim to be as dynamic as possible. For instance, I’m a model and dancer who seeks to be an intellectual who partakes in some considerably dangerous activities such as martial arts and weaponry.

What got you into modeling and why do you love your craft? I got into it to prove people wrong - that I could succeed at my goals. I also stayed in it (modeling) for the freedom; travel, lifestyle and for the people that I meet.

What inspires you to model?

How would you sum up your experience as a working model in China? How is it different from modeling all over the US? It’s incredibly different! The best way to describe it is that it’s 100% opposite from the U.S. in nearly every aspect. Living and working there quickly taught me the rules of business, money and negotiating... the hard way. As unfortunate as it was at the time, now I cannot be swindled!

As a model, what was your most memorable outfit? I did a show in China for jewelry and I would say that the accessories were the most memorable. I was wearing an ensemble of diamond earrings, necklaces and rings worth more than some people’s houses. My jewelry had its own security guards!

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“It’s more than what I ever imagined! I never thought it would shape how I view the world and interact with people.” As a model, what are your beauty essentials?

If you are not a model, what would you be instead and why?

Having a fresh face is most important to me, so I use mascara only on my top lashes to bring out my eyes; ChapStick to slightly color and even out the skin tone of my lips, and a small amount of organic moisturizer on the contours of my cheekbones to create a radiant, dewy glow.

I’m certain I would still be in the entertainment industry somehow. If I wasn’t destined to be a model I would be an art director. It’s too difficult for me to decide between which I would enjoy more: photography, styling, makeup... I would rather encompass it all and be an art director!

If you could work with anyone, who would you want to work with in a heartbeat and why? Photgrapher Craig McDean. His work is the epitome of high fashion and he’s shot some of my favorite supermodels. Shooting with him would surely solidify my career.

Is modeling what you thought it would be or is it totally different from what you had imagined? It’s more than what I ever imagined! I never thought it would shape how I view the world and interact with people. I could never revert back to a lifestyle before modeling.

Apart from modeling, what are your other passions? Martial arts. My boyfriend got me interested in self-defense and teaches me Jiu-Jitsu. I haven’t looked back since!

Are there any issues or causes that you feel strongly about? Do you do any charity or volunteer work - or are you a part of any organization or group? I’m very concerned about the healthcare system in America, and I am working with a telemedicine company aiming to revolutionize the healthcare system and provide instant access to citizens everywhere! Continuation On The Next Page >

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How do you think you can best inspire people with your works? Somehow, all of my works usually involve dance, and I think you can see that at first glance. I can only hope that I inspire people to use dance to express themselves because it’s a great outlet for the mind and body - and can most definitely transforms any photoshoot.

What are your thoughts when it comes to describing a model with substance? You can easily recognize a model that will go far if she is talented; but what is most important would be her intelligence and knowing how to be grateful, as well as being a joy to work with. Often times in this industry you’ll see that personality will take you much farther than actual looks.

What more can we expect from you in the coming days, weeks, months? Expect more publications! I’m always doing new projects and traveling to new places. I don’t even know what’s in store for me!

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Collectively, I admire models who never gave up even when people proverbially spat in their face. It’s so easy to give up in this industry. I especially admire those who overcome industry handicaps, such as age or height or ethnicity.

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FUN FACTS A restaurant that you want your special someone to wine and dine you in? I actually prefer to make food for my special someone than to go out to restaurants!

If you were to be stranded in any part of the world, where would you like to be stranded and why? Thailand. I could easily see myself getting lost in the “land of smiles” and not being worried about it because of how goodnatured and friendly the denizens are. It’s on the top of my travel list.

If you could shop in only one store, what store would that be? H&M.

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How do you think you can best inspire people with your works? Somehow, all of my works usually involve dance, and I think you can see that at first glance. I can only hope that I inspire people to use dance to express themselves because it’s a great outlet for the mind and body - and can most definitely transforms any photoshoot.

What are your thoughts when it comes to describing a model with substance? You can easily recognize a model that will go far if she is talented; but what is most important would be her intelligence and knowing how to be grateful, as well as being a joy to work with. Often times in this industry you’ll see that personality will take you much farther than actual looks.

What more can we expect from you in the coming days, weeks, months? Expect more publications! I’m always doing new projects and traveling to new places. I don’t even know what’s in store for me!

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