Six of the city’s most stylish fashionistas granted us an all-access pass to their fabulous dressing rooms—join us for a virtual tour in our exclusive six-part video series:

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Mira Yeh

With over 300 pairs of shoes, Mira Yeh’s closet includes a Julien Macdonald gown that weighs nearly as much as Mira herself. The wakesurf-obsessed style maven and vice-chairman of the Hong Kong Ballet is also a fan of anything in her favourite colour, white.

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Adrienne Hui

Hong Kong Tatler’s Most Stylish Woman of 2017 has not one, not two, but three wardrobes to house all of her clothes and accessories. The mother of two has a weakness for exotic skins and surprisingly, visors.

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Mahnaz Lee

Mahnaz Lee, co-founder of Women Helping Women Hong Kong, is a fan of tailored clothing that fits her petite figure perfectly. A fan of classic handbags, she started collecting Hermès handbags back in the ‘90s and continues to add to her impressive collection.

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Claudia Shaw

Claudia Shaw, buyer and regional style adviser at Chanel and Hong Kong Tatler’s Most Stylish Woman of 2015, defines her style as “timeless and classic”, with a solid collection of Chanel jackets and more than 60 crisp white shirts.

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Janice Chan-Choy

Janice Chan-Choy, co-chair of the Hong Kong Ballet Ball Gala Committee, doesn’t play favourites when it comes to labels. From Hermès and Oscar de la Renta to Sacai, the mother of one loves to make a statement in voluminous gowns.

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Ming Ho-Tang

Ming Ho-Tang, consultant for Li & Fung, has a wardrobe that spans three rooms to house her collection of gowns by her favourite designers, including Giambattista Valli, Dolce & Gabbana, Christian Dior and Oscar de la Renta. Not to be predictable, she likes to switch things up with fun and multicoloured items now and then.

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