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Uniqlo x Ines De La Fressange

Yan Yan Chan

A collaboration for UNIQLO

I spent the first few days on arrival in New York, in Uniqlo's latest collection collaboration with Ines de La Fressange.. Karl Largerfeld's muse in the 80's, French model and designer of the Uniqlo x Ines De La Fressange line, launched quarterly and scenically, and all very Parisian inspired. The perfect mix of Japanese simplicity & French comfort. Pieces that are tailored for the city hustle, but falls effortlessly for girls who like to leisure at the same time. From cab riding, subway running, picnic eating and bike riding moments. Uptown, or downtown. Light weight trench coats for that debatable New York weather, easy to carry, but durable enough for that cool fall shade.. just the preppier, the better. Oh PS. Wear this dress tied up, or undone. 



Back home, with Country Road

Yan Yan Chan

Double exposure & pleats, for the wind.

FOR Country Road [collaboration]

Photographed by Laura Goodall

Wearing Country Road

Back home, with Country Road. Last week, my Momma was in town from Beijing (for those who don't know, she moved back 2 years ago to teach). So, time was spent dumpling eating, making and 3-D film watching.. and many visits to our local. It's been a good 4 months since my last visit, so when CR's newest premium line launched (Campaign directed by Oracle Fox), I decided to shoot their latest pieces in my local beach, a place where I spent majority of my childhood, and holds memories of my first shoots I experimented with on film, back in 08. My friend Laura and I teamed up, knowing her flawed Contax held double exposure qualities. So we layered, danced and fought with the wind. 

Down town with Tiffany & Co.

Yan Yan Chan

For Tiffany & Co [collaboration]

(Chinatown date, to be specific.)

Photographed by Darren Luk

While I was desperately waiting for warmer weather in my European escapade to approach, it was either to continue to sit on the couch wrapped up in many of blankets, binge watching “The Affair” on Stan (LOL, nothing wrong with that really), or.. to go out and fulfil my soul and belly with heartwarming soups of Pho, bowls of sweet & sour soup, hot pot and endless mouth explosions of Xiao Long Bao's. Basically - childhood comfort food, yes please.
It was a stroll down memory lane as I set up out the front of Ju Mama’s, an exceptionally low-key, Chinese restaurant that my Mom and I, often nestled in every Sunday afternoon after a day of window shopping in Chinatown. 

A steaming plate of Xiao Long Bao's and hot soy milk to pair (unseen) was ordered for our impromptu shoot, gone within seconds while my silver’s jingled as I scoffed down each dumpling whole. Don't worry I did manage to savour the last one and enjoy the pop of dumpling soup. 

It was an old and the new, moment.