|Born||1984 (age 34–35)|
|Residence||London, Beijing, and Hong Kong|
|Nationality||Chinese and American|
|Education||University of Southern California|
|Title||President, Iconix China Group and Novel Fashion Holdings|
Chou was born in Hawaii, the eldest daughter of Silas Chou, a Hong Kong billionaire, active in the fashion sector. She grew up in Hong Kong. She went to high school in the US, and studied communications and business at the University of Southern California.
On 16 November 2012, Chou married the Russian businessman Evgeny Klyucharev, with 1,500 guests in a custom-built Russian palace at Wan Chai's Grand Hyatt hotel. Guests included Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, David Tang, Bruce Rockowitz and Timothy Fok. He friends include Princess Beatrice.
In November 2017, during a three-day case at London's Blackfriars Crown Court, Chou and Klyucharev had accused their chauffeur, Irfan Zayee, of stealing a £167,000 diamond ring, but dropped the charges and refused to give evidence after Zayee alleged that Klyucharev "often spent £5,000 a night on prostitutes and the party drug GHB".
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