We know we’ve gone radio silent but we’re back with the latest news on what’s happening in the world of fashion.
Here are four unmissable fashion events happening this week.
Here We Are Exhibition by Burberry
Burberry celebrates all things British with a fun photography exhibition called Here We Are. The travelling exhibition (it first debuted in London) features over 90 works by renowned social and documentary photographers including Alasdair McLellan, Andy Sewell and Tessa Traeger and is curated by president Christopher Bailey. Set across two floors, the images are divided into 11 themes that delve into the British culture and way of life from the mundane (the weather!) to its eccentricities.
Until November 19 at 20 Queen’s Road, Central.
London Designers Fashion Pop-Up
London gave us design greats like Phoebe Philip, Alexander McQueen and John Galliano. A selection of the city’s next generation of talents are on showcase at a pop-up showroom in Central. Highlights include Mongolian designer Mandkhai Jargalsaikhan who is making waves with her super soft sustainable cashmere, and sculptural gold jewellery by Alighieri. We’re also loving Stacy Chan’s minimalist leather totes which feature contrasting shades.
From November 16-22 at G/F, 1 Lyndhurst Terrace Central
Sarah Lai Pop Up
Supporting local talent is a must, which is why you should check out a pop-up by designer Sarah Lai at Pacific Place. The banker turned fashion designer’s latest collection, Romance Reborn, is super feminine and features plenty of ruffles and velvet (two big trends for the holidays). Highlights include the Willow tube dress that can be worn layered or alone to make a statement. Prices range between HK$1,000 and HK$3,000,
Until January 2, at Shop 200F, L2, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Admiralty
Made in Love Pop Up by Luxarity
We’re all about sustainability which is why we love Luxarity, a local non-for-profit that looks to inspire the community to consume consciously. The pop-up will feature 100 limited edition items crafted using upcycled textiles and designed by local designers including Loom Loop, Cynthia & Xiao, Ffixxed Studios and Yeung Chin, exclusively for Luxarity. There will also be a series of talks, events and workshops at the venue by fashion players including Lane Crawford, SCAD and the HK Design Centre. Shoppers can also shop from their curated collection of pre-loved designer goods donated by members of the community.
From November 17 to December 2 at 15 St. Francis Street, Wan Chai