Before turning to a fashion designer, Glori Tsui studied illustration in Art Center College of design, southern California. She worked for Disney children’s wear graphics and participial in different gallery shows in Los Angeles area. She found her interested in sustainable fashion design after her move back to Hong Kong. To strengthen her fashion design knowledge, she went back to school in 2010 and gain her Master degree in sustainable fashion design in United Kingdom and worked in Paul Smith while studying. Because of her illustration background, her inspiration always comes from fine art painting. Glori launched her label, Methodology in Lane Crawford Hong Kong F/W 2012. And now Methodology is selling in various countries.
Her sustainable fashion label, Methodology, is inspired by the concept of cubism painting through transformable designs. Cubism suggests breaking objects apart and rebuilding them from different perspectives to recreate forms. Methodology suggests designing garments that can be taken apart and reformed into completely different styles to give a second life to the garment. With Methodology, there is no certain way to wear a garment. With its transformable design (and your creativity) various possibilities and style can be created.
With particular cut and design techniques, Glori Tsui celebrates the end of roll fabrics with the maximum use. More than 50% of materials in the collection are upcycled and 30% are organic.