Candy-coloured shoes at Marthalouisa.com
When it comes to shoes, women can border on obsessive. It’s surprising then that it has taken this long for someone to launch an e-commerce site dedicated to our favourite accessory.
Marthalouisa.com, which goes live today, is the answer to every shoe l[……]
Movers & Cashmere Series II
Who doesn’t love a beautiful piece of cashmere? Our only gripe is that the majority of styles in the luxe category tend to err on the conservative or more formal side.
Things however are changing as more designers are becoming creative with this luxe fabric. Our[……]
Looking to spend your Chinese New Year bonus? Here are three new pop-up stores worth checking out.
We have always been fans of edgy British label All Saints so we were super excited when we heard they were opening a pop-up in Hong Kong Known for its cool East London aesthetic, the[……]
Phvlo’s new collection
Sustainability is still a hot topic among many fashion brands, but there are still some segments of the market that haven’t quite embraced it. Activewear was lagging behind but things are changing as several new eco-friendly activewear collections have hit the market.
A selection of sneakers from Soloviere
As much as we love our APL or Adidas Boosts, there are times when you want a more polished shoe, that’s just as comfortable and easy to wear as a sneaker. It’s these very attributes that make casual shoewear brand Soloviere so appealing.
The independent l[……]
After successful runs in cities like Seoul and London, Chanel’s Mademoiselle Privé finally opens its doors to the public today.
Staged at local creative hub PMQ, the exhibition provides a glimpse into the history and vision of the fashion house, and its three iconic creations: Haute Couture, perf[……]
Styles from Baum und Pferdgarten (left) and Dagmar (right)
Getting our fix of Scandinavian fashion just got easier with opening of the Skandiastyle pop-up store in Causeway Bay.
Skandiastyle is actually an e-commerce platform carrying lifestyle and fashion brands from Denmark, Norway, Sweden,[……]
EDIT’s latest collection
We are huge fans of independent fashion boutiques, so we were sad when local favourite EDIT shuttered their original Hollywood Road location. We just got news that the store is back with new digs and a new concept called EDIT/EDITECTURE.
The 3,000 square foot space is[……]
When we first spotted Celine’s pointy toe Babouche – which is inspired by Turkish/Morrocan slippers – we had our doubts. Over a year later, the style is still a favourite with editors thanks to its casual chic vibe and comfort.
While Celine’s version may be out of your budget, Nodo’s are not. Des[……]