When we first met the director of the creative studio Triple- Major and freelance writer Ritchie Chan in L.A., we knew right away that he would be a great person to feature for “His Closet”. Not only does Ritchie appreciate style and quality, he also enjoys articles of clothing that have a sense of humor and quirkiness. Besides being a blogger, Ritchie has many talents up his sleeve- one of them is curator. Check out the White T-Shirt Project article in this issue and you can see another one of his many talents – besides dressing himself.
This vintage orange bag is my favorite accessory of all time–it’s classic but fun. I also like this puffy blue bag from Chinese label Chagang. It’s especially comfortable in winter.
The whole dark aesthetic is a bit moody for my personality, but I still like to do it sometimes and this Daniel Palillo long cardigan and Endovanera coat immediately comes to mind.
I rarely wear accessories, but this Issey Miyake watch is pretty much attached to my wrist and I don’t think I am ever buying another watch. When I travel I carry the small book-necklace on the left with me for people to write something in their native languages.
These shoes are happy because LA treats them well! Thanks to the weather and driving culture here, they’ve stayed clean and alive despite having leather soles.
Photos: Jon But
Assistant: Joshua Ng