We met in the dorms at Central St. Martins in London. We were both studying fashion—Xiao specialized in knitwear and I was studying fashion design with marketing. We were neighbours and we became fast friends.
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You Def Need the 411 on Cynthia Rowley, aka Kit Keenan’s Fashion Designer Mom
Asian American Designer Creates Rugs Inspired by Asian Snacks
I am an illustrator and graphic designer. I worked in advertising right after graduating from the UP College of Fine Arts, and stayed in the industry for a total of 9 years. On the side, I designed music packaging for rock bands such as the Eraserheads , Sandwich , Itchyworms , Imago , etc. A few years ago, I rekindled my love for painting and had my first one-woman show which featured a few notable women of Pinoy rock. These days, my work centers around native Philippine flora and fauna, with a focus on raising awareness for native trees and their importance in forest conservation. Just hoping that these businesses can survive the health crisis.
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Meet the designers behind Hong Kong label Cynthia & Xiao
Designer Cynthia Chen has spent hours making rugs that look like her favorite childhood snacks after picking up a new hobby last year. Asian snack rug series so far! A therapeutic process: Chen spends up to 15 hours creating each rug, according to Apartment Therapy.
Asian American designer, Cynthia Chen has spent countless hours making rugs inspired by her favorite childhood snacks. What started as a one-time project, has now become a quintessential creative outlet for the year-old artist. Based in San Francisco, Chen began rug-making during the beginning of quarantine and immediately fell in love with the creative process after producing her first Spam rug.