Highlights from autumn/winter 2015 include the Isla shirt (far left)
Four years ago Hong Kong seemed stuck in a rut when it came to local fashion talent, but now there’s no shortage of hip brands intent on putting the city back on the style map.
One of our latest discoveries is Sau, which[......]
The embroidered white dress
A must-have this summer, whether its embroidered with threads, lace or eyelets (anything from Chloe is our top pick).
From festival gear to high fashion staple!
The hot new label that’s all about chic cocktail wear at a[......]
With summer officially here, it’s time to stock up on a new pair of sunnies. There are so many options out there which is probably why we have fallen for newly launched label Blyszak which goes backs to basics with one signature design that comes in seven variations for both men and women.
Carven Autumn/Winter 2015
Ever since it was relaunched in 2010, Carven has quickly found success among women around the world thanks to its unique DNA. Unlike many French fashion brands which focus on high-end luxury, Carven is unique in that it broke away from its haute couture roots and pi[......]
Joyce/Machine A pop up store in Pacific Place, Hong Kong
We all know that the future of fashion lies in the hands of the next generation so it’s exciting when two renowned retailers decide to collaborate on a project that is all about nurturing the industry’s new wave of talents.
As with clothing, there are certain styles of jewellery that every woman should own from a pair of diamond studs to a chunky gold cuff. A new addition in recent years is the initial pendant which has been popularised thanks to designers ranging from Jennifer Meyer to Louis Vuitton.
New York is a popular destination for Cruise shows but it came as a surprise when Italian brand Gucci chose the city to host its 2016 collection. The show, which was held yesterday, was a watershed moment for the house, which honestly has been struggling to find its identity for a while. A beacon of[......]
These days almost every brand uses the word luxury to describe their products, although in reality there are very few out there that truly uphold the ideals of what luxury should and originally represented – artisanal craftsmanship, high quality materials and the creation of specialised products[......]
The high neck
Showing less is more.
It’s given a dark edge this season courtesy of brands like Bottega Veneta.
Designers like Valentino, Dolce & Chanel are sending out matching printed dresses and bags for a fun look.
A stylish way to dip in[......]
There’s no denying that Jonathan Anderson is one of the most talked about fashion designers today. The Irish designer first rose to fame with his own label, J.W Anderson, which broke the fashion mould with its conceptual unisex collections. Since then a slew of awards have followed along with h[......]