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Fashion shopping in Hong Kong

Six hot dates for the Hong Kong fashionista’s diary

Whether you are looking to grab a purse from Céline’s exclusive pop-up or check out K-Style Lab to indulge in the latest looks from Seoul, we help keep your finger on the fashion pulse with a round-up of events around the city

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 25 January, 2018, 1:19pm
UPDATED : Thursday, 25 January, 2018, 1:19pm

Céline pop-up will satisfy Hong Kong fans

Céline fans, still jumping for joy over this week’s news that Hedi Slimane will take the creative reins of the French brand, can celebrate at its pop-up at the end of the month. Céline’s PR tells us that the pop-up is a pre-launch for the brand’s spring-summer 2018 leather goods and accessories – and a global exclusive ahead of markets worldwide.

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The brand’s softly padded Purse line, seen on the spring-summer 2018 catwalks, will be the focus. Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central. Jan 31, 2pm-5pm. By appointment only.

Maria Tash is back in town at Lane Crawford

A-listers including Beyoncé and Scarlett Johansson are big fans of New York jewellery design guru Maria Tash. And now fans in Hong Kong can rejoice as Tash and her team are back in the city for a pop-up for private consultations at Lane Crawford. Get pierced with an edgy hoop design or her iconic diamond heart and arrow studs that we love.

Appointments at IFC Mall’s Lane Crawford until January 28, 11am – 8pm. January 26-28, Canton Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, 11am – 9pm. Inquiries: 2118 2288

Time for the Rug Lane Vintage & Secondhand Markets

Hong Kong’s vintage and pre-loved scene is pretty small, so it’s always good news when the Rug Lane Vintage & Secondhand Markets sets up, and the next one (March 4) will be the fifth instalment. Come along as a buyer or seller to Sunny Hills, Chancery Lane in Soho for some vintage goods as well as upcycled and eco-friendly products. Expect music and a friendly community vibe. And expect to find lots of pre-loved treasures. Ticketflap

Valentine’s Day at Morton’s of Chicago The Steakhouse

Upscale steakhouse chain Morton’s of Chicago is giving Cupid a helping hand with a Valentine’s Day engagement package (HK$29,888) that includes a Piaget Rose ring, set dinner for eight guests (including a personalised menu) and a champagne toast. For one night only (February 14, of course) the proposers’ nearest and dearest will gather in Morton’s private dining room overlooking Hong Kong Harbour, to watch the proposal. The ring, by the way, is 18K rose gold, inspired by a real flower called “Yves Piaget Rose”, named after Piaget’s fourth-generation scion Yves Piaget. Fingers crossed she says yes.

Morton’s of Chicago, The Sheraton Hotel, 4/F, 20 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Inquiries: 2732 2343

K-Style Lab makes its return to the city

K-Style Lab – a multibrand fashion and lifestyle retail platform dedicated to all things Korean (OK, there are some emerging international brands) is back for its third Hong Kong pop-up, this time at K11 in Tsim Sha Tsui.

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The pop-up features new Korean brands (A.Bell, Athluna, Bobeau, MT Jewelry, and Mudni) as well as previously stocked brands including Ara Cho, Iannmore, Jamie & Bell, Lash (eyewear) and Nodo. New French lifestyle brand Mathilde M will also be shown.

K-Style Lab at K11 Pop-Up Store, K11 Mall Atrium, 18 Hanoi Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui.

Sun to Thu, 10.30am-9.30pm; Fri, Sat 11am-10pm. Until February 11.

Sustainability in the fashion industry

Most of us have heard the news that the fashion industry is the second-largest polluter in the world (behind big oil). So it’s not surprising that in this age of fast fashion, that sustainability is a popular conversation.

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On January 30, “Cutting Edge Fashion and Retail – powered by 3D, Technology, Sustainability” will be held with experts discussing 3D product development and other technology and sustainability issues that the industry supply chain, from design to sales, has on the environment. January 30; 7pm-9pm. Paperclip Startup Campus, 3/F, Nam Wo Hong Building 148 Wing Lok St, Sheung Wan.

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