Twin engines In our eyes, superstars Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who were recently in Hong Kong, can do no wrong. And the latest jewellery collection for their Elizabeth and James label is yet another example of how they’ve transitioned from child stars to style stars. Marrying feminine sophistication and downtown edge are the gold double ring (above right; HK$2,790), with its delicate chain, the studded star earrings (above left; HK$2,590) and the double-cross necklace (top right; HK$2,490). Elizabeth and James is available at Harvey Nichols, The Landmark, Central.

 

 

Tighty whities Since being appointed creative director of preppy British brand Jack Wills, Richard Nicoll has combined his streamlined aesthetic with the label's free-spirited attitude. His latest bikinis have a nostalgic, delicate vibe and playful prints, as seen on the Ballyroe (top right; HK$560), with its aqua stripes; the Thirwall (above right; HK$620), with its blue flower motif; and the Pheasant Paisley (above left; HK$600). Jack Wills is in Festival Walk, Kowloon Tong.

 

Sweet swan song Donna Karan recently announced that she will be stepping down from her label after 30 years at the creative helm. And judging by her summer collection, she’s going out on a high. Coral, blue, yellow, black and white have been fixed into geometric patterns on full silhouettes. Our favourites are the gold textured skirt with black band (above centre; HK$5,290), the black and coral striped dress (above left; HK$4,990) and the grey-blue and black striped dress (above right; HK$3,290). DKNY is in Fashion Walk, Causeway Bay.