The new knit style to own for autumn – see Stella McCartney, Celine and Haider Ackermann.
It’s all about going psychadelic, a la Dries Van Noten.
Tiger’s Eye jewellery
The new must-have material, spotted on creations by Eddie Borgo and Saint Laurent[......]
The Tiffany T collection
No matter how storied or rich a brand’s legacy can be, it’s so important to constantly innovate and keep things fresh. While this is a given for many fashion brands, it’s not something that many luxury jewellers are willing to embrace.
In light of this I have to g[......]
Fashion bloggers these days are a dime a dozen, so it’s always interesting to meet the ones that have been doing it way before everyone else jumped on the bandwagon.
Los Angeles based Rumi Neely is one of the originals. The California native studied political science in San Diego but was more[......]
This girly favourite heads to the dark side courtesy of brands like Marni and Valentino.
It’s all about masculine tailoring for autumn.
The updated biker jacket
Forget boring leather versions - update your style with prints or a bold colour.
The 9th Muse has been one of our favourite accessories boutiques since it opened thanks to its curated selection of hard-to-find brands ranging from vintage and modern jewellery to chic scarves and even beauty products. The shop was under the radar for a while but that’s quickly changing thanks[......]
Loewe’s cool new look
These days fashion is all about keeping up with the Jones’ (or shall we say the Pradas), which is why unisex fashion is a breath of fresh air.
Unlike the popular androgynous look, which sees both sexes mix and match popular items from each other’s wardrobes, unisex ga[......]
Burberry’s Bloomsbury inspired florals
Yes they are from the autumn collection but they are so pretty we would wear them now!
The perfect trans-seasonal shade. Cooling in summer, fresh in winter.
Pointy toe loafers
Tabitha Simmons was onto something with her Alexa flats – now[......]
Inside The Talent Shop at Joyce Cares, PMQ
People assume that Asians prefer Western designers over homegrown talents, but that’s fast changing as the region starts to churn out some really unique fashion labels that could easily stand out in style capitals like London and New York.
From left to right: J. Crew, Rag & Bone, Tory Burch and Frame Denim
We are pleased to announce a new column by one of our style crushes, seasoned stylist Lucia Tait. First up – how to achieve that inimitable Hampton’s style…Enjoy!
It’s no secret that New York’s fashionable and most[......]
I’ve written before about the lack of support for young fashion designers especially here in Asia. That however is quickly changing thanks to opportunities such as the Izzue x Tsinghua Fashion Design Award which aims to support young designers around the world while unleashing their creative tal[......]