Through this pattern, designer Dennis Lee pays tribute to all the visual arts scattered across every corner of Hong Kong. From road signs to HK’s legendary scaffolding and everyday household items, these visual arts are everywhere around us, lining the streets in every local community. There is no fixed formula, mode, context or ratio but they are highly recognizable, forming an essential part of the unique Hong Kong we are living in.
Dennis is a Hong Kong-born, America trained and licensed architect with 22 years design and construction experience. After earning bachelor and master degrees in architecture at UC Berkeley and Columbia University, Dennis worked extensively on international projects across the US, Europe, China, Southeast Asia, and Hong Kong. Upon returning to Asia, Dennis founded ARCHITECTURE: INNOVATIV – a multi-disciplinary design practice.

Pattern designer Dennis Lee pays homage to the Father of Modern Architecture - Le Corbusier, drawing inspiration from Le Corbusier’s Modular Man – an anthropometric scale of proportions based on the height of a man with his arm raised, taking into account the Fibonacci numbers and the golden ratio. Le Corbusier described it as a "range of harmonious measurements to suit the human scale, universally applicable to architecture and to mechanical things", and here apparently, to fashion as well.

SPARKLE by Karen Chan x Dennis Lee Collaboration
SPARKLE drew inspiration from this distinctive fabric pattern and created a series of exclusive Modern Cheongsams, West-meets-East Modern Couture and fabulous accessories: