Ryan Lo’s fans include Laura Bailey, Georgia May Jagger, Maddi Waterhouse, Kiko Mizuhara, Marina and the Diamonds, Kylie Minogue and Ellie Goulding.
Hong-Kong-born Ryan Lo graduated from the London College of Fashion in 2011. His 2013 Spring/Summer collection was showcased as part of Lulu Kennedy MBE's Fashion East catwalk show and the brand was also awarded NEWGEN sponsorship in 2014 and 2015.
Now an established fixture on the London Fashion Week schedule, Lo continues to collaborate with some of the most influential professionals within the industry, including hair stylist Sam McKnight and milliner Stephen Jones, as well as the best creative talents of this generation including stylist Victoria Young and fashion writer Susie Bubble.
STOOL BY TIANYI SHI
Tianyi Shi is a furniture / product designer graduated from MA Design (Furniture), Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design. Tianyi’s graduate project “Inside Out” deconstructs everyday upholstered furniture. Breaking the formal conventions of upholstered furniture and exploiting what happens when the internal structures drive the aesthetic, practical and physical form for extravagant new artifacts.
YUANYUAN ARMCHAIR BY ZHIGANG LU
He was inspired by techniques of Chinese calligraphy – the moves, turns, contours, inclination and direction of the strokes of Chinese characters. Ease embodies the ‘dignified and fair’ aspect of Chinese tradition and applies ergonomics for the highest possible comfort. Vigor is a high-backed chair. Hand-crafted from superior rosewood, it has a smooth shape and lines and a beautiful wood-grain texture.
TREE CHAIR BY ZHILONG ZHENG
Zhilong Zheng’s design story dates back to 13 years ago when he headed south to Guangzhou, over 400 miles away from his home, to study architecture and environmental art. ‘Tree Chair’ adopts North American black walnut, birch tumour and hard maple, balances the colour by adjusting the proportion of the size of different wood and retains the natural shadow of the tree.
IN YOUR FAVOR” BY JUNO SHEN
In January 2019, Beijing born and New York-based Neon Artist Juno Shen will release “In Your Favor”, a collection of four limited production neon art works based on traditional Chinese symbols of wealth, happiness, foresight, and luck. Each piece is a combination of hand bent neon, plexiglass, and holographic film that come together to form the ultimate good luck charm to help you shift the odds “In Your Favor”, as Chinese mythology believes regardless of what the god’s throw your way, your ultimate fate rests in your hands.