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PUBLISHED : Wednesday, 03 December, 2008, 12:00am
UPDATED : Wednesday, 03 December, 2008, 12:00am


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Python released

French fashion house Yves Saint Laurent has launched its Python collection exclusively in Hong Kong. It includes a series of limited-edition tees (right) for men and women, with python embroidery (HK$1,690 to HK$6,350). At all boutiques, including Alexandra House, Central, tel: 2868 0092

Beat a path to trunk show

Local boutique Tabla is hosting a trunk show featuring Indian brand Patina, which is known for its stunning separates with Parsi ghara, chikankari and thread embroideries. Today and tomorrow from 10am to 7pm at Tabla, Shop M31, Prince's Building, Central, tel: 2525 5590

Petit Bateau drops anchor

Children's clothing brand Petit Bateau has opened its first boutique in Hong Kong, stocking its signature cotton basics for infants, children and adults. Petit Bateau, Shop OT G52A, Ground Floor, Ocean Terminal, Harbour City, 3-27 Canton Road, TST

Chaumet space

French jewellery company Chaumet has opened its second standalone boutique at Elements mall. Shop 2022, Elements, 1 Austin Road West, TST, tel: 2196 8668


Japanese lifestyle brand Muji has opened an exhibition area at Harbour City, showcasing its latest collection of men's and women's wear, and household items. Shop 415, Level 4 Ocean Centre, Harbour City, TST, tel: 3188 4051

Easy tiger

Hermes has opened a 4,000-sq ft boutique on Canton Road. To mark the occasion, the fashion house has released a limited-edition scarf, 'Les Tigreaux'. A portion of sales will be donated to the Jackie Chan charitable foundation. Hermes, Shop G001, G Floor & Level 1, 5 Canton Road, Harbour City, TST, tel: 2866 3119

Designed by children

Marni has launched a limited collection of T-shirts for Christmas, with prints designed by children. Available at all Marni boutiques, including The Landmark, Central, tel: 2895 7632