There’s no doubt that Hong Kong is one very stylish city — just take a quick glance around on the street and you’ll see more dapper gentlemen and perfectly put-together fashionistas than you can count. And of course, Hongkongers dress to the nines for the many parties and social functions that fill our diaries every month, catching the spotlight with their one-of-a-kind fashions. That’s why, every month, we select the most stylish ladies and gents in town for our best dressed list. Scroll down to find out who made our Best Dressed list for February.

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The bike shorts had quite a moment in 2019, and Maggie is showing us that you can still work them in 2020. Simply opt for everything monochrome and classic, topped off with minimalistic but statement-making accessories for a timeless and distinctive style.

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We love an exaggerated collar, especially this Miu Miu version with little scalloped trims and florals. You can wear it on its own and compliment it with simple and cool-looking classics like Faye, or layer it under a sweater or dress and let the collar do the talking.

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Laiza took on New York Fashion Week with a monochrome look comprising a turtleneck sweater, floor-grazing wide-legged trousers, and a cardigan tied around her shoulders that contributed to the visual illusion of a taller figure. She matched the look with a brown leather tote from Tory Burch, featuring a silk wrapped top-handle for a boast of femininity and elegance.

Mayao was showing some swag as he was out and about in London post fashion week, donning a beautiful tan-coloured jacket by Bally that grades from suede to patent. He made sure the jacket remained the visual highlight by layering it over an all-black attire, with stacked necklaces and yellow-lensed shades for a cool, edgy accent.

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Surgical masks and respirators are, unfortunately, now part of our everyday wardrobes. Tasha’s sophisticated all-black attire, which she paired with combat boots in the same hue, expressed the current mental state of most HongKongers rather accurately: Heavy, but still fighting.

Cindie Chan
Style Editor
Fashion blogger turned editor, Cindie has spent over seven years covering all things stylish in the digital world. When she’s not busy poring over the latest covetable releases or attending the most talked-about fashion events in town, you’ll find her enjoying some precious downtime with her newborn son and sweet dog Rosy.