Focus On: Cecilia MaPrecocious and gifted, Cecilia Ma first developed an interest in fashion at the age of 12. Immediately after graduating from […]

Feb 27, 2018
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Precocious and gifted, Cecilia Ma first developed an interest in fashion at the age of 12. Immediately after graduating from Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University, she became an esteemed international fashion system’s champion. The official debut occurred at the Hong Kong contest TDC, where she was the winner of the year. In 2011 the designer jumped the gun and founded her fashion house to freely express her creative spirit. In 2012 she launched her eponymous concept store, again in Hong Kong and, in the same year she conquered the most celebrated malls worldwide: in Asia, in Europe, in the Middle East and in the United States. No doubt about her creativity, the clutch and accessories designed by Cecilia are by now famed and much coveted. The clutches are part of a series of different collections, each one inspired by a different theme: from the one paying homage to France to the one inspired by Alice in Wonderland, from clutches dedicated to movies to ironic ones dedicated to man/woman relationships.
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