Swimwear store Ozzie Cozzie is holding trunk shows of resort and swimwear from Australian brands Seafolly, Sunseeker, Neilpryde and Moontide. The shows will be
held at Discovery Bay Residents Club, Lantau Island, on Saturday, 1pm-7pm, and Sunday, 10am-6pm. Inquiries: 2810 1356 or 9462 0352
Italian lingerie label La Perla has moved from Chater House to Pacific Place. La Perla, shop 360, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2118 3977
Fledgling Chinese brand Novo plans to open an outlet in the MegaBox shopping mall in Kowloon Bay next year.
The concept store will feature fashion, arts, music and a performance space.
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Hedi Paris-born designer Hedi Slimane (below), who made a name for himself at Dior Homme, is said to be having trouble renegotiating his contract. Salary demands and the upcoming launch of Slimane's womenswear line are believed to be at the root of the conflict.
Anya on the march
London accessories designer Anya Hindmarch is opening her first store in Kowloon at shop 113B, Level 1, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2918 1689.
British high-street retailer Topshop is to sell its Unique collection at Tokyo's 10 Corso Como Comme des Garcons store from next month. 5-3 Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan, tel: (81 3) 5774 7800
Gucci will release a new book to celebrate its 85th anniversary this year. The book features photographs and information from the fashion house's archives, including famous Gucci red-carpet moments. It will be launched during Milan Fashion Week in September before going on sale in selected bookshops worldwide from November. An exclusive version, wrapped in a La Pelle Guccissima slip, will also be sold at Gucci boutiques.
Singer and reality TV star Kelly Osbourne (below) is taking over model and actress Elizabeth Hurley's role as presenter of the second series of the British reality show, Project Catwalk, scheduled to air this year.
Brendan Fraser (The Mummy) has beaten Alec Baldwin to the role of renowned US fashion designer Roy Halston Frowick. The film, which is due to be released next year, is inspired by Steven Gaines' Simply Halston biography. 'This movie will do for Brendan Fraser what Capote did for Philip Seymour Hoffman,' said Gaines.