林春菊 JANKO LAM
於2010年，創立Mutt Museum設計有限公司，並於香港設計中心設立工作坊。其後於2011年參加香港慈善機構REDRESS主辦的「衣酷適再生時尚設計」比賽，奪得「 衣酷適再生時尚設計」大獎後，獲邀前往英國知名可持續時裝品牌實習。
2013年，獲透視雜誌頒發「40 under 40 2013」時裝及首飾獎項，及後獲創意香港邀請，參與介紹本地獲獎年輕創意人才廣告項目「靈感傳港」。與此同時，近年亦積極參與多項可持續時裝活動及展覽，其作品曾於巴黎羅浮宮、德國、上海、港澳等地展出。
2014年起，Mutt Museum以【新裝如初 Classics Anew】為名建立自家品牌，並進駐中環PMQ元創坊，除獨家設計系列之外，更提供量身訂製/設計服務；以中華服飾設計為主調，揉合傳統工藝與時尚製衣技巧，致力推廣華服文化。
LAM CHUN KUK, JANKO
As the foundress of Classics Anew, Ms Janko Lam is well-known for hybrid fashion pieces where the traditional meets the modern. After graduated from Caritas Bianchi College, Lam joined the Hong Kong Fashion Designers Association and worked as a costume designer for stage and drama productions at TVB in 2008.
In 2010, Lam founded her first company, Mutt Museum Design Company Limited, and commenced a workshop at the InnoCentre in Hong Kong.
In 2011, Lam won the championship of the EcoChic Design Award from a fashion design competition for Asia’s emerging design talents organized by REDRESS, a Hong Kong-based charity organization which drives environmental sustainability in the fashion industry. As the champion, Lam interned with a top sustainable fashion brand in London.
In 2012, Lam collaborated with ESPIRIT and launched the first local collection on recycled textile capsule. In February 2012, Lam participated in the “Fashion Visionaries” exhibition by invitation of the Hong Kong Fashion Designers Association. Her show piece was kept in the permanent collection of the Hong Kong Heritage Museum after the exhibition.
In 2013, Lam was granted the “40 Under 40”" (Fashion/Accessories) Award from the Perspective Magazine. Being actively engaged in the community, Lam has delivered seminars, participated in street shows, and given live demonstrations of her creation process in shopping malls. Her work has been exhibited at the Paris Louvre, Germany, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Macau, etc.
With her love and passion for Chinese costumes, the brand Classics Anew was conceptualized and launched in 2014. Lam subsequently started a retail shop with two partners at PMQ, a creative hub at SOHO Central, in the same year and kicked off her first online store in 2015. Lam is enthusiastic and devoted to her oriental fashion design, aiming at raising the public’s interest in the Chinese heritage and modern aesthetics.