Tran Phuong My was born in 1988 in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. After graduating with honors from the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, she has pursued perfection in all aspects of her career. She established a clear strategy for her brand which sees fabric production outsourced to select partners in Paris, Milan and Hong Kong, providing the optimum blend of materials and exclusivity. Her success has been based on a combination of excellent craftsmanship, the use of luxury materials, modern-chic silhouettes and the poetic aesthetic of the brand. Her creative talents are expressed through her role as Chief Designer for her brand as well as projects for iconic magazines such as ELLE and VOGUE. With beautiful, striking silhouettes and made from the most exclusively luxury fabrics, her designs embrace the feminine figure of the Orient and make women feel confident about themselves.
Chris is a proud geek and lover of all things electronics and gadgets. Chris studied electircal engineering at University of Califronia Santa Barbara. After graduating, Chris started making consumer electronics devices and mobile applications. Chris is an avid Surfer and Kite Surfer and is fluent in Japanese. The idea for TrackR began when Chris almost lost his car to the Pacific Ocean because he couldn't find his keys, ultimately redefining the definition of beach side parking. After brainstorming a solution, Chris and Christian entered into the UC Santa Barbara business plan competition and won. They began working on TrackR the same day they graduated in 2009 and launched the world's first next generation tracking device, Phone Halo, at Demo 2010.
“Design is about creating by following the heart.” (JuanJuan Hu) Juan Juan Hu is an award-winning jewelry designer with a product and jewelry design background. After studying at Central St Martins in London, she returned to China where she has been based in her native city of Shanghai for the past ten years. She has won awards from the World Gold Council and Central Saint Martins, and was twice a finalist in the Palladium Alliance Jewellery Competition. She is inspired by the sense of mystery achieved by water’s flexible nature and her designs explore how water’s characteristics can be transferred into physical jewelry. She is fascinated by how her jewellery interacts with the wearer and the tactile experience of materials used. Her pieces aim to represent nature in an emotionally expressive way that balances new technology with the beauty of the natural world.