— August 12, 2014 —

Style Jam - Eugenie Grey x Natalie Liao

It's been a while since our last Style Jam feature and we are glad to bring it back with 2 passionate fashionista and style bloggers - Eugenie Grey and Natalie Liao - who paid us a visit recently.

As first-time visitors to Hong Kong, the incredibly stylish duo have certainly maximize their week-long stay by exploring all corners of the city; from the staying at some of the best hotels (Grand Hyatt, Lanson Place, W) to shopping in Mongkok to authentic a local meal in the wet market right through to a fun day at Disneyland and biking in Cheung Chau island!  We wouldn't expect anything less from these two stylish and adventurous wanderlusts. Their varied experience in just a week is enough to put a lot of us HK locals to shame (when was the last time you've gone to Cheung Chau? Or dine at a wet market?)

Join us behind the scene with Eugenie and Natalie at our Style Jam session and learn more about their fabulous tour in Hong Kong!

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On Eugenie: Ellery cap sleeve shirt with sass & bide skirt with side and back slits
On Natalie: C&M tone-on-tone animal print top with D.EFECT leather skirt

ES: Tell us about the look.

Eugenie: I was inspired by the aesthetic of the Electric sekki showroom itself. It was really clean, minimal, and had natural touches, like the wood blocks. I wanted to evoke similar vibes.

Natalie: As per usual, I was drawn to the black and white pieces. One thing I appreciate about Hong Kong is the stark contrast between its lush greenery and concrete skyscrapers. I wanted to bring out the same vibe by wearing a modern and minimal outfit against the plants on the patio at Electric Sekki.

ES: How would you sum up your Hong Kong experience?

Eugenie: Finding my place. HK was full of new experiences, people, work, and connections, and it took this vacation to the other side of the world to discover new things about myself.

Natalie:  Falling in love. Everything about Hong Kong, from it being a bustling city, to the sights and the people as a whole, was amazing. It was an eye-opening experience.

ES: What do you miss most about Hong Kong?

Eugenie: The people. We bonded with and created a nuclear family of sorts with a group of kindred spirits and we're so thankful to have made such amazing friends.

Natalie: Definitely the people. Everyone that we connected with during this brief stay in Hong Kong is what made this trip unforgettable. There was a sense of belonging.

Sounds like there are enough reasons for them to visit us again!