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In fashion conscious, tech savvy Hong Kong, a handful of fashionistas stand out from the crowd. Their inspirational looks, beauty tips and travel shots might look effortless, but it takes a rare combination of style and effort for your Instagram game to be this strong. With that said, here are the top Hong Kong-based fashion Instagram accounts you should be following — if you aren’t already.
A veritable social media goddess, Cindy Ko is the author of the fashion, travel and lifestyle blog Cindiddy.
A former fashion model, Elle Lee was born in Shanghai, raised in London and now lives in Hong Kong. She writes for fashion-oriented web magazines such as Jing Daily and Elle China, as well as her own blog.
Mayo Wo, a travel and fashion blogger, admits to having an “obsession with pastel hues.” Her romantic Instagram snaps show off her modern and feminine style.
Ceci N’s fashion style can be described as “Hipster meets Goth.” She’s the enigmatic founder of the Chinese language fashion and lifestyle app SENSE7.
The effortlessly chic Faye Tsui is a well known fashion stylist and columnist. She also runs her own fashion blog, Fayevorite.
Samantha Wong is a graduate of New York’s Parsons School of Design. Her stunningly curated Instagram is equally a source of inspiration and envy.
With her vivid purple hair and keen eye for emerging labels, Visala is one of Hong Kong’s hottest fashion bloggers.
Veronica Li is a fashion stylist and consultant with a background in design. She blogs about style, beauty and product reviews.
Australian born Geneva Vanderzeil is no ordinary fashion blogger. Her incredibly successful website A Pair & A Spare, which focuses on DIY, fashion and lifestyle, is estimated to draw over 190,000 monthly visitors and is especially popular in the U.S.
23 year old Daisy Toi, who is of mixed Mongolian and Chinese descent, was crowned Miss Hong Kong 2016. Currently, she’s a student at Hong Kong University.
Zoe Chan is a stylist for some of Hong Kong’s biggest newspapers and fashion magazines, including Sing Tao and JESSICA. She also runs her own fashion and lifestyle website, Normalchic.