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How do you keep your fashion and style unique?

How do you keep your fashion and style unique?

Rith Panhara, 23, student at Asia Europe University
“I enjoy taking initiative when it comes to personal style, and I like to wear what makes me look handsome. I don’t like to follow Korean or Thai styles because it doesn’t fit me. I stay well-groomed and dress smart, instead. I like to stay fashionable with cool earrings, a nice watch and a sleek bag. These items are great for both casual events and fancy occasions. Staying stylish is definitely important to me.”


Rin Chanreaksmey, 21, student at Institute of Foreign Languages
“I like to switch up my personal style often. I usually buy and wear clothes that are unique, and not what everyone else is wearing. I love things that look cool but also girly. Actually, I just bought glasses that look like Mickey Mouse ears – I love them. Personal style is all about being creative, and the great thing about creativity is that it’s not about spending money on what’s expensive. I use what I have to invest in a style that fits me.”


Un Samean, 19, student at Hun Sen Bunrany Wat Phnom High School
“I’m obsessed with iPhones and Apple products – well, just like other millions of customers. I think iPhones are elegant and cool. The iPhone has become a part of my own individual style, since I’m using it all the time to keep updated on Facebook, take photos, play games and keep in communication with my friends. It’s the 21st century now, so young Cambodians are looking towards modern tech products to stay in touch.”


Meng Hong, 19, student at Intaraktevi High School 
“My favourite style is staying simple but attractive. I think my trademark is actually my camera – I always bring it with me when I hang out with friends, and I’m known for snapping tonnes of pictures. I look great taking photos and I like that others can see the world through my lens. I don’t like just following others. When I take photos and edit them, I put all of my creativity into it. It’s nice to be able to combine skill and style like that.”


Nheom Vantha, 24, student at SETEC University
“Since I’m young, personal style is important to me. I want to enjoy life with my own unique style that catches positive attention from others. I think that I put the most effort into having a cool motorbike, bag and shoes. By developing my own fashion style, I’m able to show that I’m an individual and a unique person. I also enjoy showing off my style choices on Facebook, which is really fun.”

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