Hai KotTou, But Make It Fashion, is the latest photography by Scotty So, which emphasises the vanity and beauty of the working class through the use of ripped-off monogram prints on Cheongsam and grocery trolleys. Growing up in a working-class family in Hong Kong, So saw his grandmother using the grocery trolleys and wearing a glamorous fake Burberry scarf at the wet market. Inspired by the beauty of the scarf and the spirit of hard work, he created this collection of photographs in which dressed in all fake items from each brand with a matching grocery trolley echoing the head-to-toe monogram trend of the new money in Asia. All items used in the photographs were made by a migrant forced to work 12 hours a day. All profits from these works will go toward the migrant and the gallery. The artist is the migrant.