Per­fectly Paired

Lu­cia Tait Tolani, the founder of in­vi­ta­tion-only per­sonal styling ser­vice Pair and the for­mer se­nior stylist at Moda Operandi, shares her big plans for the fash­ion set of Hong Kong

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n just a few short months af­ter re­lo­cat­ing to Hong Kong from New York City, it’s pretty amaz­ing how quickly Lu­cia Tait Tolani has set­tled in. What’s been her take on the lo­cal fash­ion scene so far? “It’s great; women here are so well dressed, and in­cred­i­bly up-to-date with the latest trends,” she says. “But there are still a lot of new la­bels you can’t find here.” She makes a fair point—and has a so­lu­tion: “I re­cently launched my new busi­ness, Pair, which of­fers women the op­por­tu­nity to meet and learn about emerg­ing de­sign­ers.” Pair is an in­vite-only style con­sult­ing agency, Tait Tolani ex­plains. “We will host ex­clu­sive Hong Kong trunk shows and shop­ping events with in­ter­na­tional de­sign­ers in part­ner­ship with Threads, a Lon­don-founded per­sonal shop­ping agency. There are a lot of new la­bels out there that we can’t find here—and I want to cre­ate a plat­form to in­tro­duce them to the style­savvy women of Hong Kong.” “Spe­cial shoes for a spe­cial oc­ca­sion—i wore these Swarovskien­crusted san­dals by René Caovilla for the In­dian cer­e­mony at my wed­ding last year”

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