PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 31 May, 2006, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 31 May, 2006, 12:00am

Funky denim D-Mop, an importer of funky Japanese brands, has opened a Moussy store offering a vintage denim collection, including tops and trousers. It promises new styles each month, at shop 502, Times Square, Causeway Bay, tel: 2890 6622.

Armani for England Giorgio Armani is the official designer for the England soccer squad's off-field look for the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Each squad member will sport a slim-cut, two-button suit, polo shirt and jumper, with a range of accessories.

Meet the Blues Adidas has launched the Impossible Team online game, in which internet players try to win a free trip to London to meet English Premiership champions Chelsea Football Club. The game can be downloaded at hk/football, and a free disc will be distributed at selected retail stores with the purchase of any Adidas soccer products. Adidas, shop 2501 A&B, Level 2, Gateway Arcade, TST, tel: 2730 6685

Sole centre Alden and Edward Green men's shoes are now available at Tassels, a new 700sqft store dedicated to designer men's shoes. Tassels, 2/F, 9 On Lan St, Central, tel: 2789 9911

Berardi joins Wolford Italian designer Antonio Berardi has been appointed creative director of Viennese label Wolford. He will oversee the entire collection, which includes hosiery, bodywear, swimwear and lingerie.

Moore Coco rumour US actress Demi Moore is said to have been signed to play Coco Chanel in a new biopic that's expected to highlight the designer's time as a singer and her numerous love affairs.

Designs go Dutch High Street chain H&M has recruited Dutch design duo Viktor & Rolf (Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren) for its third designer collaboration. The Paris-based designers will create a collection that's scheduled to be launched in November in stores in Europe, North America and the Middle East.

Cox offers at last Shoemaker Patrick Cox has put his business - said to be worth #10 million ($145 million) - up for sale after receiving a series of unsolicited bids. Cox hasn't commented on the sale.

Milla for Mango Milla Jovovich, better known for her star turn in The Fifth Element, has been named the new face of high-street retailer Mango. The 30-year-old model, actress, singer and fashion designer is expected to appear in the collection's autumn/winter 2006 advertising from August.

Guess accessorises Guess has opened its first accessories store in Hong Kong, offering a range of stylish eyewear, handbags, watches, wallets, belts and luggage. Guess Accessories, L1-21, Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong, tel: 2265 8809