Harrison Wong made his fashion industry debut by winning both the Hong Kong Young Designers Contest and the Grand Prix Contest in Japan. He went on to earn a Master’s Degree from the London College of Fashion. To broaden his design credentials, Wong has continuously launched women’s and men’s seasonal collections on international runways in New York, Milan, Shanghai, Taipei, Sydney and Hong Kong. Harrison Wong has entered a new chapter in his career by opening his first menswear retail shop at PMQ, Hong Kong’s art and design hub in Central. His retail network has also expanded to include shops at K11 and Harbour City. 

For his Fall Winter collection, Harrison Wong turned to Mark Rothko, the mid-20th Century abstract expressionist whose powerful paintings are comprised of blurred blocks of vibrant colors with blacks and greys, for inspiration.  Wong crafted fields of gradient tones as prints and patterns to complement and magnify the lines of his fitted overcoats and oversized sweatshirts. His menswear and womenswear creations were layered in unique fashions by altering sizes, vests, and pops of electric blue and orange hues. Sharp cutouts and puffer materials contrasted the soft ambience of Wong’s tonal, gradient knitwear. By adding a sportswear element to his signature modern classic style, Harrison Wong created stunning looks with a wearable, immediate appeal.