Chet Lo is an Asian American designer and 2020 graduate of Central Saint Martins BA Knitwear course. Hailing from New York City, Lo first came to London in 2015 to attend Saint Martin’s Foundation course. It was there that Lo became fascinated with textiles and the endless possibilities and innovation that knitwear could bring. After interning at Proenza Schouler and Maison Margiela under fellow Saint Martin's graduate John Galliano, Lo debuted his graduate collection “Cindiaria’s Wife.” Lo’s work brings together his Asian heritage and Western aesthetics. Even before the outbreak of COVID 19, Lo could see that people were not excited by the future. He wanted to change that narrative. Inspired by Japanese comics, the 50s, and Barbarella, he combined his love of futurism with classic feminine silhouettes. Since graduating, Lo has been busy! Following the success of his first collections, Lo has gone on to join the roster of young talent at Fashion East, where his debut was received with critical acclaim. Lo's work has been featured in magazines Vogue, L’Officiel, W, The Face Garage, Schön, Marie Claire, Crack and Dazed, and worn by cultural innovators: Dua Lipa, Kylie Jenner, Doja Cat, SZA, Zara Larsson, Micaela Coel, Willow Smith, and many more.