Jeffrey Chow was born in Hong Kong in 1968. He moved to London, and studied at Central St. Martins Fashion College, from where so many great designers have emerged. He graduated in 1989.
He moved to New York in 1990, and started his career as assistant to Marc Jacobs at the house of Perry Ellis, where he remained for three years. He then moved to Tommy Hilfiger, where he was part of the team designing the Red Label line.
In 2001, he moved to Italy, and joined as assistant to Julio Espada at the house of Pucci.
In 2003, Jeffrey felt the time had come to start up his own label, and he showed his debut collection for Spring/Summer 2004 during New York Fashion Week of September 2003. He won rave reviews from press and the retailers. His collection exuded uptown elegance and sophistication.
In February 2004, he presented his Fall/Winter 2004 collection during New York Fashion Week.
Chow showed classic tailoring in traditional fabrics, loose-fitting jackets, flannel trousers both wide and skinny cut, and slim herringbone pencil skirts. His structured satin dress were charming. Chow serves up evening wear for the lady who never sleeps.
His clientele include Jacquetta Wheeler, and other supermodels and fashion executives.