SAU LEE is renowned for unique design details, from traditional hand-twisted frog buttons and piped seams to original floral prints, tailored feminine silhouettes and luxurious fabrications.
Inspired by Hong Kong's rich fashion history, we have combined details of the traditional cheongsam with a contemporary silhouette.
Our pieces are tailored to complement the figure and enhance the hourglass silhouette while combining elegant, romantic and sexy qualities.
Floral prints are part of our DNA, often incorporating flowers that are native to Hong Kong or sold in many of its street markets.
Founded in 2014 by 23-year-old Cheryl, SAU LEE has grown into an internationally renowned contemporary Asian fashion house. From humble beginnings, Cheryl envisioned SAU LEE to bridge the gap between Eastern and Western fashion words. Having been born in New York, grown up in Hong Kong, studied in LA, and traveled around the world, she is continuously inspired by cross-cultural identities and loves to incorporate representations of Eastern and Western worlds in her designs.
Our price points reflect the limited runs, detailed and complex designs, and often original print work. We don't manufacture at high volumes with factories that operate for razor fine profits. Instead, we developed long-term partnerships with reputable manufacturers based on mutual trust and respect.
With our Limited Edition Loungewear collection, launched during the height of the pandemic, we were able to raise over $6,000 to support families of garment workers in Bangladesh. We also donate 100% of the profits from the sales of our face masks to our local ImpactHK charity that provides help to the homeless. We aim to continue working with charitable organizations and increase our donations every year.
Most of our packaging is fully recyclable, including the polybags, the tissue paper and the stickers, while our boxes, featuring original blue china inspired print, have been designed as keepsakes to be reused for storage or gift packing. We will continue working on improving our packaging in order to reach 100% recyclable status.