The team of two designers both graduated with a degree in Fashion Design from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Yi started her career at Marie Claire as a Fashion Editor while Lary worked as a menswear designer at British labels, Kent&Curwen and Aquascutum. They founded the brand Heaven Please+ in 2011 and launched their first collection for AW 2012. The designer duo is devoted to applying their experiences outside of the fashion industry, including arts, music, and literature, into their design concepts and sketches attempting to empower fashion with insightful and perceptual values. By applying different design variations, cuts, and craftsmanship on each of their pieces, they wish to bring individuality to simple clothing, so that the looks can speak genuinely for themselves. 

 Heaven Please+’s  collection incorporated the ideas from the novel “Wrong Number” by Liu Yi Chang into fashion and showcased re-mix of 50’s US style with Hong Kong high-fashion style. Over the top Hong Kong streetstyle elements like flashy prints and bold color combinations provided an unpredictable twist when paired with retro American style like classic leather gloves and dainty socks. Oversized ruffles and tulle straps added eye-catching pops to the already voluminous silhouettes presented by designers, Lary Cheung and Yi ChanBold, primary colored earrings and trendy sneakers accessorized the bright, artistic, pop art-like women’s ready to wear ensembles. Materials with sheen, furry cow print, and wordy logos were seamlessly crafted into a cohesive, yet showy statement-making collection.