Friday, December 31, 2010

Big Shoutouts 2010

Happy New Year everyone!

Time flies so quick that lots of things happened but i only feel like these things happened few days ago! As for Fly, what a fruitful and dramatic year for us! Released our 1st women's dress, adopted the new micro breathable mesh, faced a potential lawsuit, rejected a $100,000 deal, etc. Without the love and support from you guys, Fly and i would not have had such a great year that was full of joy, experiences and pride.

Stepping into the 2nd year of Fly, i would like to make some special thanks to:

- Kayee
- GC
- Fly Squad
- Harden, IT Manager of Fly
- Zack @ HKIEC
- Ivanhoe @ HKIEC
- Stephen Lo @ THTC
- LYC Girls
- Rio Ku @ Elite
- Ka Ho @ BSM
- Ah Yiu @ BSM
- ChinaChem Group
- Tiffany 'Sugacane' Cheng
- Yuk 'Flash' Cheng
- Roy 'Helicopter' Lai
- Chris @ Referee Service
- Philip @ RMIT HK Alumni Association
- Sally @ SABHCC
- Keith @ SABHCC
- Marcus 'M-Town Finest' Morrison
- DJ Shook
- Missy Kavi
- Loyal supporters: Polly, Zoe, Judy, Denise, etc.

Thanks also go to all the doubters and haters. Your doubts and hatreds made me stronger and tougher, Fly is only going to be better and flier in 2011!

Much love and stay fly,


Thursday, December 30, 2010

MEDUSA Hoodies

Fly manufactured hoodies of Medical Students Society of Deakin University, Australia
As much as we see the importance of this project, Fly has used 'YKK' zippers on these hoodies.
The MEDUSA hoodies is made of the best quality of materials Fly has ever produced!

Society graphics that change on a yearly basis.
MEDUSA official logo

100% cotton, 450g


Wednesday, December 22, 2010

RMIT HK Alumni Association - Polo Shirts

Fly Clothing & Sportswear is highly honored to have received this golden opportunity to design these polo shirts for the HK Alumni Association of RMIT University.

When given this project, the design team of Fly came up with the idea that this polo shirt should become a casual wear, which the fellow alumni would be proud to put on in style.

Theme: black/white/red (colors of RMIT)

Special thanks to Philip Ng - the President of RMIT HK Alumni Association, for making this happen!

The RMIT HK Alumni Association has chosen 'Design 1' as what the alumni will be wearing to represent their alma mater.

This cotton pique polo shirt will be produced 2 main colors, black and white (as you can see in the picture) for your preference.

Pre-order date: TBC
Release date: March, 2011

To order, you can either get in contact with Philip (The President of RMIT HK Alumni Association), join the official Alumni group ( or drop your order here.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Friday, December 10, 2010

'Vogue' one-piece

'ButterFly' V. 3
'Vogue' dress
Fly's very own Tiffany 'Sugacane' Cheng shows you the style of 'Vogue'
'Vogue' one-piece: $380
High heels: model's own100% Cotton

'Sugacane's suggestions of styles:
Dark-colored high heels
Leggings with heels OR
No socks with sneakers

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

'Stunner' Tracksuits

'Stunner' Tracksuits detailed look!

A Combination of Attitude & Lifestyle

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

'ButterFly' 2nd Collection - Curvy, Stunner & Hunter

Alright, alright, complain no more ladies!
Fly Clothing is finally releasing its 2nd female collection (ButterFly)!'Curvy' t-shirt - $139

'Stunner' black tracksuit - $280/set

Fly's very own - Tiffany 'Sugacane' Cheng flashes a pose in 'Curvy' t-shirt and 'Stunner' tracksuit.'Stunner' grey tracksuit - $280/set

What's better to match 'Stunner' tracksuit with this multi-functional bag?
'Hunter' bag, Sea blue/brown - $250

On the side, hand-carry, whichever style you wantTo order:

Fly Clothing
A Combination of Attitude & Lifestyle

Sunday, November 28, 2010

RMIT HK Alumni Polo

We are extremely honored to have gotten this golden opportunity to design polo shirts for the Hong Kong Alumni Association of RMIT University.

The designs are based on the main colors of RMIT - Red, black and white.

Design Concept: The concept of design comes from knowing that alumni are not highly interested in wearing alumni apparels due to its lack of and formalised design. Therefore, the ideas of these designs are to create a trendy and eye-catching yet simple style and thus alumni would see it as one of their casual wear items.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The Salvation Army Tai Hang Tung Corps 55th Anniversary Praise and Worship Concert

THTC Worhip Band logo
Golden-lining badges symbolises the light shines through the darkness
Fly Clothing & Sportswear proudly sponsors the Worship Team of THTC
Fly presents: purple/black/gold
Serve God with Music
Heart to God, Hand to Man
THTC Worship Band Polo Shirts
Photo credits: William Lam of THTC Corps

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Jersey Material Analysis

Hyperfuse, Hyperdunk, Kobe IV, what do they have in common?


Even what i called a 'legendary' series - Reebok's very own Pump Fury released a '2010 Superlite' version with different material and lots of holes in them in order to reduce weight of the shoes. Nike's new acquisition Converse, has also released Converse Star Player Evo 1 to keep up with the 'lightweight market'.
But we are not talking sneakers today, i would like to have a look at what the 'lightweight market' has done to the jersey market. Since 'go light' has become a trend now, big dogs like Nike and adidas have been working their own way to stay on top of the industry and have been coming up with some amazing products. One of the very new and i personally think it will change the industry is the 'Adidas 'Revolution 30' Uniforms'.These days, basketball uniforms are typically made of nylon / polyester mockmesh, glare and micro mesh. Shiny material is certainly out-of-date in this lightweight era. Revolution 30, designed and developed by adidas, is billed as the lightest and most advanced uniform ever created. They're 30 percent lighter and dry twice as quickly as previous uniforms, and are made from 60 percent recycled materials. They're made to be cooler, drier and more comfortable."I can't wait for everyone else to start wearing it," Dwight Howard said of the uniforms debuting this season. "I think they're going to like it. It might make a lot of people who might not have good stomachs and big muscles look in shape."

Not everyone owns the physique and confidence of Orlando's All-Star center, and adidas isn't promising instant makeovers. What the league's official outfitter is delivering is the latest generation in uniform technology. Yes, there's a science to stitches and seams. Sourced from to Howard, players will notice the difference. "You can," he said. "They're lighter. They stand out, for one. Two, it's just a good feel. It feels great. It breathes. You don't really sweat in it." To read the full announcement, please click here. Fly is aiming to bring out the lightest uniforms with best quality and lowest costs possible to the ballers. Stay tuned for 'Jersey Material Analysis 2'!