Designers she’s into now

“For clothes, it would have to be Gucci’s Alessandro Michele and Rosie Assoulin. For jewellery, I’m really into Ryan Storer, and for bags it’d have to be Johnny Coca (the former Celine designer who’s recently been appointed creative director at Mulberry).”

#1 style tip

“Who says a uniform needs to be boring? Try wearing a different white shirt every day of the week and use it as a blank canvas to bring attention to fun shoes and accessories.”

How to ace an #OOTD

“Having a cool wall to stand in front of makes a big difference. Our office’s neighbourhood is full of these old, character-filled walls that have really stood the test of time.”

Her style mantra

“Wear clothes that complement and reflect your personality. It should look natural and uncontrived.”

Why she loves fashion

“It allows you to play different characters depending on your mood. It can be completely transformative.”

Current wardrobe essential

“I wear sneakers with everything. At the moment I’m into my white Nike Womens Flyknit Air Force 1s.”

Top style icon

“My brother Brandon Seah who works in fashion in New York.”

On her sartorial evolution

I’ve stopped dressing for nightclubs and wearing frivolous dresses. I’m now much more about classic, tailored pieces. And during the day, I tend to wear Nikes or Vans instead of heels.”

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Like this? Find out more about Charmaine Seah-Ong and see what fellow Female Collective member Linda Hao has to say about her signature look