Vietnamese designer Lam Gia Khang first discovered his love for fashion at the tender age of eight when the tailoring tools in his mother's shop became his 'toys.' Born from a desire to combine traditional Vietnamese craftsmanship with contemporary, minimalist design, Lam launched GIA STUDIOS in 2018. And, coming from four generations of tailors, it comes as no surprise that every detail matters, from simple lines to complex silhouettes. With a 'less is more' aesthetic, think Saigon-inspired designs with clean, modern cuts in pencil skirts, flared trousers and fitted shirts. Shop the edit below.