Andrea Wong has been in the fashion and publishing industry for the past 15 years, starting out her career at Harper’s Bazaar Malaysia, where she worked her way up to Fashion Editor during her five years at the magazine.

She then decided to play by her own rules as a freelance fashion stylist. Her work has been featured in numerous local magazine titles including Harper’s Bazaar, Malaysian Women’s Weekly, Cleo, Cosmopolitan, Style, Marie Claire, Female, NuYou, EH!, Jessica, Esquire, August Man, Men’s Uno, New Man, Men’s Folio, Men’s Health, Malaysia Tatler, Prestige and Unreserved, as well as international titles such as Harper’s Bazaar Singapore, Harper’s Bazaar Thailand and Conde Nast Traveller Russia. She has worked on local ad campaigns for brands such as Sembonia, Lee Cooper, Dude & the Duchess, Ms. Read, Leather Avenue, Dockers and Dressing Paula. She has also dabbled in costume designing for theatre productions, styling album covers and personal shopping.

In 2013, she was appointed the Editor-in-Chief of ELLE Malaysia, the world’s largest fashion magazine brand, where she launched the website,, and the magazine in the Malaysian market. Under her leadership, ELLE Malaysia established itself as one of the key sources of inspiration for all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

In 2016, Andrea was invited to be the guest editor for Singapore Tourism Board's Facebook page, where she hosted a number of videos for the #SingaporeHighLife campaign. 

Andrea also has experience in the fashion e-commerce sector, when she worked with Zalora Malaysia as the Head of Studio and Styling in 2017.

In 2019, Andrea was selected as the official fashion stylist for the exclusive Hall of Fame etiqperience event.

No stranger to the public eye, Andrea has been featured on numerous TV programs including Australian TV show ‘Fashion Asia’, Diva Universal’s ‘Supermodel Me’ as a guest judge, Astro’s ‘BeautyCamp: the search for Miss Universe Malaysia 2012’ as a celebrity stylist and a guest judge, LiTV’s ‘Tastemakers: Malaysia 2014’ as a judge, and Diva Universal’s regional show ‘How Do I Look Asia’ as a stylist.

She also has experience in delivering styling talks and workshops, having worked with brands such as Louis Vuitton, Loewe, MaxMara, Tory Burch, Coach, Guess, Tous, CH Carolina Herrera and Robinsons.

Most recently, Andrea worked as the fashion stylist/consultant for the Warner Bros' movie Crazy Rich Asians and was responsible for a number of the iconic looks from the movie.