Logo's a go-go
Adidas opened its second store in Hong Kong last month. The 1,000sqft outlet is designed around the three-stripe logo. Adidas, Shop G23-25, G/F Silvercord, TST, 10.30am- 10.30pm. Inquiries: 2376 3990
D&G on mainland
Dolce & Gabbana has opened its first store on the mainland, in Hangzhou, near West Lake. The boutique is within a 370,000sqft section of a new luxury shopping centre devoted to Italian fashion. The store features the brand's women's, men's and accessories collections, plus a VIP area.
Italian jean label Gas has opened in Hong Kong (below) at LCX. During the day shoppers can browse the brand's hip line and check out the denim wall built from aluminium sinks. At night, the shop transforms into a party venue, with the cash desk doubling as a DJ platform. Gas, LCX Level 3, Ocean Terminal, TST. Inquiries: 3102 3668.
Par for the Kors
American designer Michael Kors has opened a store in the Landmark (right) showcasing his signature luxury sportswear. The 2,000sqft boutique features Kors' diffusion line of men's and women's ready-to-wear, women's handbags, plus fragrance and beauty products. His higher end line is expected to be launched in Hong Kong later this year. Michael Kors, Shop 105, the Landmark, Central. Inquiries: 2523 0998.
Indian Designer Suneet Varma returns to Hong Kong next week with his spring/summer collection. It features sensuous silhouettes and vibrant colours. Prices range from $2,000 to $12,000. Apr 12, 11am-7pm, Conrad Hotel, Caine Room, 7/F Pacific Place. Inquiries: 9495 5147.
RLX marks the spot Ralph Lauren has re-opened its Landmark store. The two-storey boutique carries all the brand's lines, including the Ralph Lauren Collection, Black Label and Blue Label for women, and Purple Label, Polo by Ralph Lauren and RLX for men. The shop also has a children's collection. Tailors are available in store and delivery can be arranged. Ralph Lauren, G14-16 &113-114, the Landmark, Central. Inquiries: 2869 0388