Chronicles of a Young Wife: HOW DO I LOOK? ASIA – People Behind

HOW DO I LOOK? ASIA

How Do I Look Asia

Host, Co-host and Guest Stylist Profiles

Sazzy Falak (Host)

Born Sazlini Shamsul Falak, 34-year-old Sazzy has made an illustrious career in the worlds of film and television. In 2006, she was named Best Supporting Actress at the Malaysia Film Festival for her role in Gol & Gincu, garnering critical appraise and a loyal fanbase. Fashion is also her forte. Sazzy is the owner, curator and designer of homegrown label, Street Fashion by Sazzy Falak, an all-in-one role which gives her a critical eye for style. The fashion boutique has been both a local and international success, with designs being showcased at the 2013 New York Fashion Week, among others. Sazzy is also one of Malaysia’s most followed celebrities on social media. Warm and friendly with an outgoing personality, she has more than 700,000 fans on Facebook, where she often shares pictures of her 4-year-old twin daughters Imaan Lily and Tiara Rose.

Jeannie Mai (Special Guest)

Jeannie Mai has spent her last 8 years doing what she is passionate about – empowering women, helping them to be the best version of themselves, overcoming insecurities and discovering their true beauties. Jeannie Mai is best known as the host of two-time Emmy nominated television series, How Do I Look US and the correspondent for other shows such as the hit NBCUniversal Networks Internationals’ Fashion Star. Jeannie also hosted live on the red carpet for the 2012 Golden Globe Awards.

Of Vietnamese and Chinese descent, Jeannie strives to give back to her homeland by frequently traveling to Asia to volunteer her time with inspiring organizations dedicated to helping those who are less fortunate.  While abroad she works with Heartbeat Vietnam, a non-profit devoted to improving health care for impoverished children and NightLight International, an organization committed to rescuing women and children from sex trafficking and prostitution rings by providing employment and vocational opportunities.

Jeannie recognized that she has a lot in common with the average women out there: “I want to dream, I want to live life with purpose, and I want to look good doing it.” – http://www.thejeanniemai.com

Andrea Wong (Guest Stylist)

Prior to her stint as an Editor of ELLE Malaysia, Andrea Wong has 8 years of working experience as a fashion stylist and editor. She is frequently featured on sharing her insights about styling on television, radio and print.

Anindita Saryuf (Guest Stylist)

Anindita Saryuf started her career in fashion in 2000 as a fashion stylist. 7 years later, she moved on to the magazine industry focusing on fashion and beauty. In 2009, Anindita became the Fashion Editor of ELLE Indonesia. She then progressed to be the Senior Fashion Editor, and is now the Fashion Director of the magazine.

Liz Uy (Guest Stylist)

Liz Uy is the Philippines’ top celebrity stylist. She was previously the Fashion Editor and an on going contributor for Esquire Philippines and Preview magazine. She is now Singapore Style’s Digital Curator and is a personal stylist for weddings where she leads a team of stylists under her own group StyLized Studio. Liz is also the author of “StyLized”, which discusses the 10 style essentials every Filipina needs.

Zachary Wu (Guest Stylist)

Zachary Wu is fashion designer and stylist from Taiwan known for celebrity styling, commercial styling, magazine shooting, personal tailoring and concert outfit designing. He graduated from Shih Chien University of Fashion Design and has won 3rd place in the university’s graduation fashion design competition. Currently, Zachary is executive of the label Y-Z which combines clothing and styling.

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