What’s Hot and What’s Not, for the new season…


Dark florals
This girly favourite heads to the dark side courtesy of brands like Marni and Valentino.

Pinstripe trousers
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.


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The 9th Muse Launches In House Jewellery Label

The 9th Muse, Fashion, Shopping, Accessories, Hong Kong, Retail, Trends, China

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[......]

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On The Runway

Gender Bender: Unisex Fashion

Unisex, fashion, style, trends, Rad Hourani, JW Anderson, Loewe, Saint Laurent

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[......]

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What’s Hot and What’s Not this week…

Fashion, Spring/Summer 2014, Style, Trends, What's Hot and What's Not, Hong Kong, Burberry

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[......]

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The Vine

The Talent Shop: Home to Hong Kong’s Rising Fashion Stars

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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.

Local r[......]

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Fashion Masterclass: Hampton’s Style

Fashion Masterclass, Hampton's, Style, Trends, How to Wear it, Advice, Fashion, Lucia Tait

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[......]

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The Vine

Izzue & Tsinghua University Honour the Next Generation of Fashion Talents

Izzue, Tsinghua University, Fashion, Talents, Designers, Competition, Award, China, Hong Kong, International

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[......]

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What’s Hot and What’s Not this week…

What's Hot and What's Not, Style, Trends, Fashion, Autumn/Winter 2014, Celine, Hong Kong

Portrait collars
Super sexy and very autumn/winter 2014 (see Celine)

The retro shift
Everyone wants Louis Vuitton’s version for autumn.

Eyes and lips
Appearing on everything from tops to shoes. Who said the evil eye was passe?

The choker
The only jewellery you need to accessori[......]

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The Vine

Balancing Act: Ferragamo Museum’s Equilibrium Exhibition

Ferragamo, Ferragamo Museum, Equilibrium, Exhibition, Salvatore Ferragamo, Museo Ferragamo, Florence, Italy, fashion, Style, Art, History

Museums are a dime a dozen in Florence, which has been hailed Italy’s cultural capital thanks to its incredible selection of art from Michaelangelo’s David to the grand frescos that grace the walls of the Uffizi. However my most memorable museum experience was at the Ferragamo Museum which I vis[......]

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One-on-one with Katie Hillier, creative director of Marc by Marc Jacobs

Katie Hillier, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Creative director, New York, London, Fashion, Designer, Interview, Hong Kong, China, Marc Jacobs

Not many people will recognise Katie Hillier’s name but if you are a true fashion lover, chances are you have worn many of her designs. The accessory designer and fashion consultant isn’t just a member of the Brit fashion pack (her best mates are stylist Katie Grand and designers Luella Bartley[......]

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