“Milk X” May issue Interview

 The interview with Milk X was released in the May issue.

Was the second time doing a personal interview for Milk X since I went to the UK.

The team have been looking after me all the way since I graduate from DMU, reporting the route I’ve been going through.

Especially always in the journey in different cities, bumping into some old friends or just a casual message means a lot to me! Thanks for your love my dear friends!


About chinsky
Chinsky Cheung is a concept driven designer, known for her sophisticated print engineering and structural bodywear design. After obtaining a degree in Fashion and Textiles from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Cheung was appointed to join the Design Innovation Team at Ace Style Intimate Apparel, and designed for Victoria's Secret, Marks & Spencer and Calvin Klein. She moved to England in 2007 and completed her MA degree in Fashion Bodywear at DeMontfort University. Following collaborative projects with clothing design technology leaders, Bemis Associates and Framis Italia SPA, her thesis collection won the Roadley Award and Ace Style Funding Award. Upon graduation, she was offered an internship at Alexander McQueen. She developed innovative techiques for print pattern placement solutions with the company, and has been invited back on a freelance basis. She established her design and consultancy service in 2009. Since then her clients include Agent Provocateur, Alexander McQueen, Pringle of Scotland, Mother of Pearl, Temperley London and Topshop. Chinsky Cheung is devoted to explore the boundaries of design and technology. Driven by a philosophy to achieve the best for all individuals by breaking down the walls of the impossible, she welcomes partnerships and collaborations in, and across, various media. She is willing to practice with any parties with parallel ambitions and push those who are willing to adopt this vision in their field.

2 Responses to “Milk X” May issue Interview

  1. Audrey says:

    I just wanted to say that I am SUCH a fan of your work. I’ve seen both the Topshop Unique and the Alexander McQueen prints in person and they are incredibly beautiful. As a fashion student interested in print, it’s great to see what the possibilities are with print and fashion.

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