Out & About

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 23 January, 2005, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 23 January, 2005, 12:00am

Ryan Duxbury, 18, from Manchester, UK, is a football coach. Tidy and casual is his signature style. He recommends Sean John's high-end urban fashion to get this look.

Black knitwear $300 from U2

Jeans about $1,000 from V2

Sneakers about $500 from hip-hop brand Phat Farm

Lauren MacLeod, 18, from Scotland is a local student. She is addicted to Miss Sixty's jeans. She hunts for bargains at Stanley Market and more upmarket gear at Pacific Place.

White jacket $500 from Mango

Blue vest from French Connection

Earrings $50 from Stanley Market

Tight jeans, no brand, gift from friend

Puma sneakers $500

Hot Picks

Paul Sargent, 16, Island School

Green Day's American Idiot. The only album I've heard in a while with lyrics I can relate to.

Super Size Me. It's shocking to see what McDonald's can do to your body and the amount of preservatives they use in their food.

Ocean's Twelve. This movie has everything a good movie needs: suspense, conflict, humour and a good story line.

Dead Eric Gets a Virus by Nury Vittachi. I like Vittachi's writing style. He is funny and I can never put his books down.

Robert Tom in Causeway Bay. I go there for lunch as it is a pleasant, reasonably-priced ($25 up for a set lunch) alternative to other fast food places.

Anthea Chan, 15, St. Paul's Convent School

Robbie Williams' Greatest Hits. If you're a Robbie fan, you'll like this album. It has the best of Robbie's songs.

Troy. A great cast with Brad Pitt, Orlando Bloom and Eric Bana. Fabulous settings and costumes make for an enjoyable epic movie.

Closer. A movie about human nature, relationships and love. Top class acting from Jude Law and Natalie Portman.

The Da Vinci Code by Dan Brown. It's captivating and intense, with lots of action and a great climax.

Colours Cafe near Times Square. All food is freshly made and the cafe is cosy and warm with cushions and comfortable couches.