// Nothing is more important than our minds. //
Syan Leung, fashion stylist and art director, also with his experience as Visual Merchandiser in JOYCE, Fashion Coordinator in Calvin Klein and Stylist in Farfetch. He especially enjoys working fashion editorials, having published his work in numerous magazines around the world. His clients also include celebrities, advertising agencies, and he also is the Founder and Fashion Director of online magazine, Mindly.Journal.
Fashion, to Leung, means more than just a fascinator. Rather, its an endless study that requires persistent and close attention. We will never be able to tell what will go into the trend or who is coming under the spotlight even in the close future., said Leung.
His works have been appeared in varies international magazines, including Elle, Harper's BAZAAR, Marie Claire, L'OFFICIEL, Prestige, Tatler, Hypebeast, Schon, Design Scene, MMScene, Fuuucking Young, Pusspuss, Contributor, Blanc, Fault, South China Morning Post among others.
He is also experienced with celebrities, including Eddie Pang, Rayi Putra, Nindy Parasady, Lynn Hung, Sean Lee Davis, Jason Godfrey, Julian Cheung, Fala Chen, Fiona Sit, Pakho Chau, AGA, Alfred Hui, Jason Chan, Gin Lee, Jay Fung, Terence Lam, Phil Lam, Carlos Chan, JW, Mag Lam, Angela Yuen, Stephanie Au etc.
Besides fashion, Syan also works styling for advertising agencies for commercial, client including Bvlgari, Cartier, Van Cleef & Arpels, Rolex, Harry Winston, Jimmy Choo, Level shoes, Loro Piana, Adidas, Puma, Lululemon, FOX Channal, Cathay Pacific, MTR HK, Kerry logistic, Bank of China, Hang Seng bank, Huawei, Microsoft, Sheraton hotel, Conrad Macao, Somersby, Philips, Kinder, Mead Johnson, Olay, Kinox, etc.
He also does production and directs for show and event, including Calvin Klein, Goldwell, etc.
As a stylist, he is also the guest speaker of interview, sharing and event for Longchamp, Apple daily, HK01, Hong Kong Design Institute, Metro boardcast, HKTV, DBC, YMCA and AMSS, demonstrating the styling profession and his work experience.
Now Syan is based in HK.