Milk Ng , a fashion lover, studied fashion design at the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre. As a designer for uniforms, wedding dresses and evening wear, she has designed clothing for various agencies and local events. Committed to promoting local originality, she has recently launched her own brand and collection providing services including clothing design, sewing and manufacturing, ranging from mass production to bespoke clothing, garment alternation and special design of accessories catering to customers’ needs. Be it business attire or leisurewear, her designs display a trendy twist, embodying global fashion trends in simple yet elegant style. Brand：L.A.C.Y. Boutique’s has 20 years of experiences in fashion design and manufacture; L.A.C.Y. Boutique’s business area includes bridal wear, ball gown, uniform and more. Throughout the years L.A.C.Y. Boutique have been working with local fashion designers and artists, lately L.A.C.Y. Boutique have started producing their own bridal and ball gown labels, together they are working hand in hand to promote the local creative scene. L.A.C.Y. Boutiquealso provide all kinds of design, tailoring and manufacture services; from jean amendment, to tailor made items and mass-produced products. Click for more brand information
Kitty Ng, is a veteran in the clothing and fashion industry for more than 30 years. She has served in different positions, namely, production supervisor at a fashion factory, technician and training instructor at the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre, and guest lecturer at the School of Arts of the Macao Polytechnic Institute. She worked as an image designer and stage costume maker for famous singers, artists and models in China, Hong Kong and Macao and at the Miss Hong Kongpageant. She was technical advisor and a jury member for a number of significant fashion shows. She has also worked with various government departments and private organizations in Macao as a designer, producer and technical consultant for production of their uniforms. Currently, she is a fashion designer managing her own fashion brand “La Mode Désir”, with its boutique and design studio. Kitty designs and produces garments as well as acts as a technical adviser for many government departments and private organizations. She is one of the founding members and president of Macao Local Fashion Designers’ Society. Kitty now works as a fashion designer. Owns her personal fashion label “La mode Désir”, and runs her own boutique and workshop. Click for more brand information
In 2017, Jack Lam graduated from the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre (CPTTM) Diploma Programme in Fashion Design and Manufacturing. He won first place in the Academic Excellence Award in the Graduation Show with his work “Future”. Afterwards, he was invited by CPTTM to join the “CPTTM Fashion Incubation Programme (MaConsef)”. He is currently a freelance fashion designer.
Celestino Maria Cordovastudied art and design in the United Kingdom and Japan. He graduated from the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre (CPTTM) Diploma Programme in Fashion Design and Manufacturing in 2016, winning the Championship Award and Academic Excellence Award in the Graduation Show with his work “Kimono Now”. Afterwards, he was invited by CPTTM to join the “CPTTM Fashion Incubation Programme (MaConsef)”. Later on, he participated in the “Macao Emerging Designer Incubation Programme” organized by the Youth Committee of the Industrial Association of Macau.
Jane Chan, with a bachelor’s degree in clothing design from Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology (BIFT), worked for Kappa, Jack & Jones, Peak and other brands as designer. Her designs were showcased twice on the fashion trend website, WGSN (Worth Global Style Network). In 2010, she designed torch bearer uniforms for National Intercity Games of the People’s Republic of China, as well as uniforms for numerous national Olympic delegations. She returned to Macao in 2013 and designed her casual wear collection for men, “BOMDIA”, which was selected to the “2013 Subsidy Programme for Fashion Design on Sample Making” by Cultural Affairs Bureau. Now the designer is the director for local brand “MACON” Brand：MACON is an original fashion brand introduced by Fuson Garment Factory Limited in 2013. It is also the first Macao fashion brand that has successfully launched on the shopping platform TMall.com. By now, MACON has a brick-and-mortar shop in mainland China, attracting lots of shoppers and earning great reviews. By integrating its design concepts with Macao’s characteristics as a city of leisure and tourism, it advocates downshifting and travelling light. Its products aim to be comfortable and simple, thereby injecting a boost of unisex and arty youthfulness. Click for more brand information
Jade Leong, is a local fashion designer with a strong passion for fashion since her youth. She took courses related to fashion design at the Macau Productivity and Technology Transfer Centre and studied fashion design at the Shih Chien University, during which she won great honors in many international and Macao’s fashion design contests. Leong keeps working as a fashion designer after she completed her degree and returned to Macao, and has founded her own fashion brand JADE.L Brand：“JADE.L” is a local fashion label, focusing on the idea of neutral aesthetics. With the persistence of revealing its product’s texture and detail, JADE.L penetrated its own style in its products. JADE.L designs are strongly inspired by the idea “Be yourself”, therefore, its products are not focusing on fashion trend, but to show its unique interpretation of beauty and style, building up a Macao local neutral fashion label. Click for more brand information