You all know that taking care of your little ones is by no means a walk in the park. Instagram is an excellent source of information, tips and tricks, and inspiration. Little Steps Asia recognises Instagram families that keep it real and know a thing or two about juggling babies, jobs, nappies, date night, and finding a little peace now and then. Without further ado, please welcome Instagram influencers who are rocking Hong Kong in every way.
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Karen is based in a rural part of Hong Kong and is a true lover of all things conscious. As Urban Earth Mama, she strives to tell beautiful stories through her images and the written word about earth-loving, slow, ethical brands. Karen is also a photographer specializing in maternity, newborn, and family portraits. She loves to shoot these intimate moments in your home or on the wild beaches of Lantau. Karen runs her photography business with her heart and soul and takes care of you and your newest love. She creates her Instagram with a love of the great outdoors, sustainability, and the environment in mind.
Karen Holt, https://www.instagram.com/urban.earthmama/
Super-chic Norbyah is a teacher by day and founder of a community of vogueish thrifty women called 'Show Me Your Closet.' The women show how you can mix up your current wardrobe by restyling older pieces in modern and unique ways instead of hitting the high street for 'ordinary' clothing. She helps you look at your wardrobe with a fresh pair of eyes and encourages you to be bold and daring by combining un-matching clothes. She loves to play dress-up and make everyday vintage special – think young Iris Apfel, and you'll be close to her fun personality.
Norbyah Nolasco, https://www.instagram.com/imanorbyah
Victoria has long been an intrinsic part of Hong Kong’s arts and cultural scene. As the photographer daughter of the late David Tang, she’s a respected and discerning tastemaker about town. Victoria and her husband Christopher Owen run a vibrantly successful creative agency and work with brands like Tod’s, department store Lane Crawford, fashion boutique Joyce and French handbag label Moynat. Her pillars in the studio and life are authentic, heritage, disruptive, irreverent, and lifestyle. She's one of Tatler's favorite Asian influencers.
Victoria Tang-Owen, https://www.instagram.com/victoriaxtang
Jaime Ku is no stranger to hard work or the city's social circuit. As managing partner and co-founder of Buzz Concepts, a leading public relations agency responsible for some of Hong Kong’s most exclusive events and behind your favorite hotspots like Tiger Curry, Bloom, Volar, and Lily. Jaime is always busy wearing different hats for her mom, wife, and fun-trepeneur roles. Her drive is to be a great role model for her two daughters.
Jaime Ku, https://www.instagram.com/jaimehoku
Utah Lee is a formidable Nike master trainer who will hype up your energy to get fit and healthy. When she's not training you to be your very best, she's passionate about the planet and does regular beach cleanups with her two children and dogs. Utah loves fashion, beauty, and jewelry but is all about bringing awareness back to the earth by reducing, reusing, recycling, and restyling. She has partnered with K!BO and introduced a new eyewear collection that transforms sustainable accessories into stylish yet timeless pieces. The frames are carefully constructed from cotton and wood-pulp and biodegrade in two years in a landfill environment.
Utah Lee, https://www.instagram.com/utahlee
Homegrown Hong Kong actress and Miss Chinese International Pageant stars in the Er Tong Yi Yuan (children's hospital) alongside Kevin Cheng, Him Law, and Kenneth Ma in a new TVB drama series about pediatricians. She's thrilled to be working with her idol Kenneth. Linda is married to Jeremy Leung, a chiropractor, and they have a four-year-old daughter Kelly and a two-year-old son Jared.
Linda Chung, https://www.instagram.com/chungkayanlinda
Denise Ho has been a renowned Hong Kong stylist for almost two decades and has worked with names such as Vogue and Vanity Fair. She founded two fashion brands; A is for Apple and Knotti, a knitwear brand that only used biodegradable yarns. In 2018, she became fashion director of upcycled fashion label The R Collective. Her journey has led her to endeavor to change the fashion industry by only sharing products that have a strong emphasis on ethics and sustainability. In 2020 she launched her restyling accessory label KITDO so fashion lovers could create newness with their existing clothing. Master Ho will undoubtedly be the best-dressed kid on the block.
Denise Ho, https://www.instagram.com/denisejho
Joanna Lui is the founder of Cha Bai, a gorgeous multi-award-winning luxury lifestyle café with a nod to the arts, travel, healthy living, and design inspiration. The café is peaceful and allows you time to quiet your own storm in a teacup. Joanna is also the executive director of the Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) Foundation, which carries out philanthropic activities in Macau and mainland China, and Galaxy Art, an experience-led exhibition and events space.
Joanna Lui, https://www.instagram.com/joannaluihickox
Rosemary is a well-known face in Hong Kong. She’s a supermodel, actress, singer-songwriter, and an accomplished athlete and yogi. She’s best regarded for her passion and work in philanthropy and champions the things closest to her heart – wildlife and the environment. Rosemary is a certified yoga instructor and holistic health coach. She works with leading members of the wellness and music community in Hong Kong. She is a producer for Daybreaker events in Asia and is responsible for curating wellness programs for Wonderfruit Festivals.
Rosemary Vandenbroucke, https://www.instagram.com/rosemary_vdb
According to her son, Emily Lam Ho picks up trash for a living. She’s the founder and CEO of investment platform Empact28, which funds female-led start-ups. She is also the founder of sustainability platform 8Shades which aims to demystify sustainable living, and a co-founder of EcoDrive to fight plastic pollution. Empact has successfully invested in companies like Yellow Leaf, which teaches impoverished women in Thailand to weave hammocks from sustainable materials. She is also the director of business development at the media company Sing Tao and a council member of the Hong Kong Women’s Commission.
Emily Lam Ho, https://www.instagram.com/emilylam.ho
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