Style Bites

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 10 January, 2007, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 10 January, 2007, 12:00am

Loewe down


Spanish luxury goods maker Loewe has opened a 300sqft accessories store in the Landmark (below). It will stock handbags, shoes, ties, scarves, sunglasses and other leather products. Loewe, Shop G13, G/F, the Landmark, Central.


Inquiries: 2525 6837


Italian job


Moschino plans to open a hotel in Milan with Mobygest, one of Italy's leading exclusive hotel chains. Due to open next year, the hotel will be designed by the brand's creative director, Rossella Jardini, and will be in Milan's Corso Como area. It will boast 72 rooms, a spa and a restaurant. Moschino will also develop a new home collection exclusively for the property.


Style week


Hong Kong fashion week begins on Monday for the autumn/winter 2007 season, with about 1,300 exhibitors from 25 countries. Taking place concurrently is World Boutique, which showcases Asian fashion designers' collections, branded fashion products, fashion accessories and home fashion and lifestyle products. From January 15-18 at the Hong Kong Exhibition and Convention Centre, Wan Chai. For details, go to hkfashionweekfw.tdctrade.com.


Shoe business


Sportswear brand Nike will host an exhibition to celebrate the 25th anniversary of its Air Force One shoes. It will feature more than 100 styles, as well as Edison Chen's AF1 personal collection. Other highlights include the Airforce Luxe 07 collection, featuring styles made from anaconda and crocodile worth HK$15,999 each. Ends January 14, noon to 6pm at the Central Ferry Pier No7. Admission is free.


 

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