These Hong Kong women are recognised figures in art, fashion, fitness and more. Follow their Instagram accounts for inspo
Social media has become a very powerful tool in our modern day to share information, especially for those who wish to keep up with fitness trends in 2019, look for the best vegan YouTube channels or receive the latest information from your favourite art galleries in Hong Kong. Hong Kong women on instagram are no exception! These ladies in the city are utilising the social media platform to showcase topics of art, food, wellness and more. These are our pick of inspirational HK women on Instagram you should follow.
Hong Kong women on Instagram
Coco Chan (@iamcocoalexandra) is the Founder of Voltage PR and she is a spiritual wellness coach. She openly shares her experience of being diagnosed with chronic anxiety and her journey to becoming a wellness coach. Coco’s Instagram has snippets of her life (and super cute daughter), guides to handling everyday life, and she gets personal with viewers in her IGTV videos.
Read our interview with this boss lady here.
Kristina (@kristina_gazi_) is the businesswoman behind She’s Got a Business (@shesgotabusiness) – a marketing and consulting agency and she has been supporting women in business since 2014. Kristina is the lady behind Digital Pop Up Asia which compiles different brands (owned by women) that covers areas in lifestyle. We love women empowering women, especially in the business field.
Check out our interview with Kristina for more deets.
Kylie (@kyliekai) is a local artist and illustrator, her art showcases everyday life in Hong Kong, be it food at restaurants or the busy streets. She also has art depicting her 14 days quarantine which has a fun and quirky twist to it. Her works are at times colourful and vibrant, and at times black and white and powerful, either way, we’re here for it.
Read more about Kylie in our interview.
Lily Cash (@lilycashchan) is a Hong Kong tattoo artist at tattoo studio – Mofo Tattoo in Tsim Sha Tsui. Her aesthetic and style goes against all Chinese traditional norms, with her skin marked with prominent and bold tattoo designs. Cash’s Instagram is curated with images of her social life, her tattoo works, and regularly features her sphynx cat.
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There are an array of Hong Kong artists we love, including one of our favourite illustrators Zoie Lam (@zlism). Having a positive attitude in life, her bubbly characters seem to always find a way to be optimistic and smile. Pink hair and a rad tattoo sleeve like a true artist, Zoie is one of the kindest and most talented Hong Kong women we’ve met; and that’s why we’re following her closely on Instagram.
Read our interview with Zoie Lam, aka Zlism.
Speaking of Hong Kong women, we’re huge fans of ceramist Carol Luk (@deerworkshophk)’s art. Coming from a fine art background, Carol opened her first pottery studio in Sham Shui Po that offers pottery classes for both beginners and advanced learners. The ceramics she makes is blissfully serene and each one tells a story of love and wonderful coincidence.
Read our interview with Carol Luk from Deer Workshop.
Having studied art and fashion, local feng shui consultant Thierry Chow (@thierrychow) shares everything from feng shui design to the latest fashion items (and sometimes her cute doggos). Whether it’s by checking out her perfect eyeliners or her colourful jacket, we embrace the good energies on her Instagram and often get many feng shui-related fashion tips.
Read our interview with Thierry Chow.
Most known for drawing the female body to eradicate the stigma of nudity, Hong Kong-based French artist Ophelia Jacarini (@jacariniophelia) posts a great collection of her own paintings and embroideries that observe and redefine female sexuality. They’re sensual and provocative, definitely something we’d like to see daily.
Read our interview with Ophelia Jacarini.
Hong Kong-based drag queen Madame Mincemeat (@madamemincemeat) is definitely one you should follow on Instagram. From gorgeous outfits to fearless lip syncing, Madame Mincemeat displays a kickass personality and pictures of luscious hair that make everyone jealous.
May Chow (@littlebaomay) is the Chef behind spots such as Little Bao, Second Draft and Happy Paradise, plus she was awarded Best Female Chef of 2017 by Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants. Find food inspiration for your next night out, delicious-looking plated dishes and snippets of Chow’s social life on her Instagram.
Artist Cath Love (@cathloverosatwo) is the genius behind Jeliboo, a curvaceous female character that can be found as a mural on the streets of Hong Kong. Love has worked with the likes of Island Records, Nike, H&M, Jimmy Choo and more. Her Instagram is full of her awesome art along with bits and pieces of her social life, and we really love her quirky Insta stories.
Read our interview with Cath Love.
On top of being a wife and a mother of two, Utah Lee (@utahlee) is also a personal trainer, a fitness instructor and a fitness model. This inspirational lady is fitness and fashion goals having worked with Nike and Popstar Cosmetics. Check out her Instagram for wellness and fitness inspiration as well as insights to her personal life.
Cara G (@caragmcilroy) is a Hong Kong-based model who has worked for brands like Dior and Max Mara and have been on the covers of high-end fashion magazines like Elle and Harper’s Bazaar. She is one of the judges on Asia’s Top Models, a wife and a mother. Find home, wellness and fashion inspiration on her Instagram page. Even though Cara has moved back to Australia, we still love following her on Instagram for her positive content.
Ceci N (@no7) – the founder of SENSE7, a fashion and beauty mobile app, will give you all the fashion inspiration you need. Every picture on Ceci N’s Instagram feed appears to be straight out of a fashion photo shoot and showcases her unique look and style.