Kate Moss has become the latest celebrity to jump on the fragrance bandwagon, but her debut fragrance, Kate Moss Fragrance (above, HK$419/50ml), is a pedestrian effort from the bottle to the scent. From a supermodel who has a taste for the outrageous, we expect more.
Bliss' Snow Wonder Body Butter (below right, HK$300/250ml) is a limited-edition moisturiser that leaves skin glowing with just a hint of sparkle.
Chantecaille's Nano Gold Energising Cream (bottom left, HK$4,200/50ml) is said to rely on nanotechnology to deliver the anti-ageing powers of pure gold and silk at a cellular level. You really are paying for gold.
Benefit's Her Glossiness (HK$150/3g) glides on smoothly to give lips a high shine and translucent effect.
Dolce & Gabbana's The One (below left, HK$536/50ml) is energising and long-lasting. Packed in a plain and simple bottle with a gold cap, the fragrance is the epitome of pared-down modern luxury.
Bernard Cassiere's Hemp Bamboo Hydrating Serum (HK$480/30ml) contains an unusual mixture of hemp oil, bamboo and aloe vera extracts. It's non-oily, diminishes dry, flaky patches and calms inflammation.