The 8 times Chinese singer-actress Victoria Song Qian gave us major outfit envy

She's all that

Text: Jolene Khor

Stop stalking Victoria Song on Instagram for a moment to check out her latest campaign with Jimmy Choo

We all know a Victoria Song in our lives. Sure, they may not have begun their high profile career as a songbird with a Korean pop group called the f(x), or reached fame by starring in the Chinese remake of 'My Best Friend's Wedding' alongside Shu Qi and Feng Shaofeng. Familiar though we are, with the woman who simultaneously blends in and stands out in everything she chooses to wield her wand at. And she so happens to look damn good doing it too.

Victoria Song, a multipotentialite of singing, dancing and modelling efforts, with the help of Jimmy Choo puts her best shoes forward for a pre-fall campaign for the brand. See Song in her natural element — that is, fronting the latest trends — above and find out what she has to say about her career hits so far when you're done gawking.

Vogue called you one of the world's best-dressed women. How do you stay inspired?
I am constantly inspired by what other people wear. Every season, I attend fashion shows to spot the latest trends so I can try the new looks myself. What I like to keep in mind, is that not all trends are suitable for me, so I try my best to find a happy medium.

Do you have a favourite Jimmy Choo piece?
I liked every piece from the shoot. They're all so comfortable and versatile. However, what I love the most is the several made-to-order heels with my name engraved on the sole; it always feels nice to have something exclusive for yourself.

Flats or heels?
I'm a big shoe lover, especially high heels although it might be very difficult to wear them all the time.

Thoughts on the revival of the colour pink?
I'm currently a big fan.

What influences your music?
During musical years in South Korea, I was exposed to a lot of pop; I'd say that has definitely influenced my music.

For a time, you were involved in dance as well. Tell us about a fond memory.
One of my most memorable dancing moments is when I joined the reality TV show, 'The Hot-Blood Dance Crew'. This is where I was able to meet a lot of talented individuals; their persistence and passion for street dance was a sight to behold. I've learned so much while filming on set.

Do you go away on the weekends?
I want to enjoy nature as much as possible, so yeah. If I'm in the city, I prefer going to a café, window shopping or travelling to places I rarely visit. Nonetheless, staying at home is a good getaway from the buzz too.

What would fans be surprised to learn about you?
I love shopping but in my spare time, I like to practice Muay Thai.

The interview was conducted by Jimmy Choo.


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