Top and jacket by Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci; Winston Cluster diamond earrings, and Secret Wonder reversible diamond, sapphire and aquamarine bracelet, both by Harry Winston.

“Kate Moss is definitely a style icon for me,” she says. “I learned not to wear one brand from head to toe from her; instead, I always try to mix high and low fashion. For example, I’ll wear a Zara skirt with a Chanel jacket— that’s so much more chic than top-to-bottom designer dressing, which can look really unoriginal.”

As one of Beijing’s most celebrated gallery owners, Jiang is an important member of the city’s high- society art scene, hence her need for distinctive pieces to wear to her illustrious parties. “There are a lot of different facets to my career that I dress for. I help with my husband’s auction business and I have recently opened my own gallery, which is among the 10 largest in China. It’s a wonderful world to work in.”

Like her love for art, Jiang’s passion for fashion runs deep. “I was always interested in style when I was growing up,” the entrepreneur says. “Even as a child, I was an icon among my friends—I think pursuing beauty has always been, and will continue to be, an essential part of who I am.”