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March 21, 2014 5:50 pm
Shae Hong, 36, is chief executive and co-founder of Sensio, a company based in Montreal that makes small kitchen appliances. Previously, Hong started and ran ePods, one of the first tablet computer companies.
Jacket by Theory
This navy wool blazer allows me to go in and out of meetings. It has real button holes in the sleeves so I can push them up when I’m not in a meeting. It also works with a shirt and tie. I travel quite a bit and I can get a few days wear out of this because it goes with a lot of things.
Shirt by Engineered Garments
I don’t dress in the typical way for the retail and housewares industry, which is a suit-no-tie, business-casual look. I have bought a lot of denim shirts but I love the fit of this one.
Pocket square by Givenchy
I like to mix in fun pocket squares to add a little edge to my outfit. I’m a big fan of Givenchy designer Riccardo Tisci and I have one of his T-shirts that I wear casually.
Trousers by Belstaff
I got these about six months ago and they are my favourite pair. I really like the cut. They look great with sneakers or dress shoes.
Watch by Audemars Piguet
I’m a huge watch fan. This is the Royal Oak Offshore – it’s rose gold and the watch that I wear 80 or 90 per cent of the time. I wanted this watch for six or seven years and I could finally buy it about three or four years ago, so now I wear it all the time. It’s fairly big and pretty sporty.
Shoes by Lanvin
These are the famous cap-toe design sneaker that Lanvin has become famous for. It was a style exclusive to Barneys; not even the Lanvin store had it. I have a Lanvin sneaker addiction – I got my first pair four years ago. I think I either saw my business partner wearing them or it was Kanye West. I can’t remember.
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