The goods

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 11 April, 2010, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 11 April, 2010, 12:00am

Power of the pen

Alfred Dunhill has launched two collectors' pens. The Revolette Skeleton (far right; HK$15,295) features a cut-out design inspired by skeleton watches and art deco buildings, and a Revolette mechanism allowing users to choose from black and red ballpoints and a pencil. The Namiki Turtle fountain pen (right; HK$685,599), created by maki-e lacquering master Seiki Chida, has exotic illustrations of fish, seaweed, coral and turtles. The pens are available at Dunhill, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2537 1009.

Marine life

Nautica's latest range includes T-shirts with ocean-inspired designs such as yachts and rope and anchor icons. Look for classics such as the navy print polo shirt (left; HK$590) and the bright cobalt mini-houndstooth shorts (HK$590). The collection is available at Nautica, Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong, tel: 2265 7123.

Halo effect

British vintage-furniture specialist Halo has launched its first line of bags. Made from leather that has a worn-in look, highlights include the Gladstone VL Cigar (HK$3,990) and Weekender Ebony (left; HK$1,599). The collection is available at Halo, 17 Gough Street, Central, tel: 2559 3021.