Lindsay Jang is a mother of two, serial entrepreneur and fitness lover originally from Canada who is now living in Hong Kong via New York City. She is the Co-Founder of the famously popular Yakitori restaurant Yardbird, Japanese dining bar RŌNIN, and the NY-style online supermarket Sunday’s Grocery, as well as MISSBISH an editorial platform that focuses on strong, female-driven content. A typical Libra with Rooster traits, Lindsay has strong Yogi-beliefs and thanks her success as a result of the amazing teams she has worked with.

Who is your favourite designer brand?

Alexander Wang for his simple, androgynous pieces that I can just throw on, Sacai for her out-of-this-world originality, Lululemon because it makes my a*s look good!

What is the one iconic designer piece you would search for on HULA?

The John Galliano newspaper dress that Sarah Jessica Parker wore as Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City. I search for it all the time… Help!

What is your ‘go to’ look?

Comme des Garçons long Moto jacket, Alexander Wang tank, Lululemon black crop tights and Céline slides.

What is your earliest memory of being inspired by someone’s style?

Tina Turner circa 1983. I would wear my mom’s sequined tank as a dress, put her heels on and rock a punk wig. I was obsessed. This evolved into a massive devotion to Michael Jackson, which found me in gloves and aviators at the age of four!

Tell us about your choice of charity and why it means so much to you?

Habitat for Humanity. I am grateful for everything I have and would like to give back to an organisation that provides a simple necessity, like housing.


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