Describe your style in 5 words: grungy, retro, fun, structured and layered. Where would you like to wake up tomorrow? Singapore. I would head to my favourite coffee shop and soak up the vibe of the city. The best decade in the history of style was: I’m loving the 80s at the moment. I’m currently wearing a lot of colourful socks and turned up jeans – retro-revival! The film I should have starred in is: Wasabi! A Japanese film which always inspires me. I love its style. The song that could have been written about me is: Deep Blue Something, Breakfast at Tiffany’s. When I tell my friends I’ve been selected as one of Time Out’s 20 most stylish readers they will: I haven’t told anyone yet so at first they will be surprised, then be really happy for me. The acronym that describes me is: I’m often called Butterfingers, for my clumsy style at basketball – surprising how I’m now a hair stylist. The secret to style is: two things; personality and confidence! A perfect day would be: chilling out on the beach in Perth, Australia. I would practice my surfing and just relax all day. My profound thought for the day is: life is like a coin. You can spend it any way you wish, but you only spend it once. Massive meals or light bites? light bites, my job is too hectic to have time for a full meal so I like to grab snacks when I can. Rock star, film star or sports star? I would love to be a sports star! I met the Japanese fighter Norifumi Yamamoto once. He is my hero. Sunrise or sunset? sunrise, it reminds me of being back home, waking up on the beach of Brunei – the dawn of a new day! Burj Al Arab or Burj Khalifa? Burj Khalifa, as this was a building built during my time in Dubai. I remember all my friends back home kept messaging me about it. Desert or beach? I love the beach as I get to play sport there. Although I do love a winter desert barbecue. Mall or market? I’d choose a market any day. You can find so many interesting things there, plus they’re always outdoors. Hot or cold? I like to be hot, definitely. Although growing up in Asia I always wanted to be cold for a change. Facebook or Twitter? I don’t use Twitter so I would have to say Facebook out of default. Trainers or shoes? I actually collect trainers, I have a huge cupboard full of them. Can’t wait to own a walk-in wardrobe and just stack it full. Mac or PC? I love Macs, I bought a white imac last week – it looks very stylish in my front room. More: Joseph Ong's favourite stores.