UUENDY LAUa novel and original design label. “Double U” is a unique recognition of our founder. It is not only a symbol of Double Happiness ‘ üü ’, but also a language strengthening the connection among individuals ü-ü . We specialise in fashion accessories and lifestyle products. The main theme of the brand centres on ‘animals’, a universal subject permeating all cultures, languages and lives, and they also correspond with my design concept emphasising ‘life’ and ‘surprise’.

Retail Partners: PageOne, Triple Major, Daydream Nation, Amelie Street, Common Ground, Depression Shop, Nana & Bird, WOK Milan, MO-Design, C-Shop
Collaborators: Absolut Vodka, Lomography, TEDx, House of Vans, Lane Crawford, Times Square HK, Hong Kong Sharks Foundation, Ambassador of Design, UA Cinema, Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, Genki Sushi, Oxfam, Conservancy Association, House of Avenues, Milk, Champagne  Cattier, Fang Suo Commune, Apportfolio, Grace Vineyard, Detour, Amelie Street, Olympican City, K11, The Little Prince, Bunkaya Zakkaten, Hong Kong Maritime Museum


(Founding Designer)

Wendy is currently completing her Masters in Design at Goldsmiths, University of London, and she holds a Bachelor's Degree in Design (Industrial & Product) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University School of Design. She is a multidisciplinary designer and artist with a strong passion for experimental art and critical designs. She never limits the medium of her creations and her works cover various disciplines of design to communicate with the audience including fashion products, stationery, packaging design, furniture, graphic design, illustration, installation, exhibition artwork, live-performance, workshops, seminars and sharing, etc. 

Wendy has been involved in a number of design events and exhibitions (e.g. as an invited speaker at Hong Kong TEDx, as an invited designer for events of Absolut Vodka, Lomography, Vans etc). In 2013, she was chosen to be one of the local designers representing Hong Kong to participate in Hong Kong x Brussels Design Exchange Program (HKBX). She also has experiences in managing product development, production and commercialisation of design projects, as well as curating exhibitions and activities for a gallery.