Full pelt Leathers were a big hit on the winter catwalks, with many designers embracing the head-to-toe look - none more so than Swiss label Bally. We adore the striking red leather coat (HK$109,990), matching asymmetrical dress (HK$39,990) and knee-high boots (all far left; HK$12,990). For something just as sexy and a touch edgier, match the black versions of the dress and boots (same prices as before) with the fitted leather jacket (HK$39,990) and Delphina bag (all left; HK$25,790). Bally is in Times Square, Causeway Bay, tel: 2506 3312.
Born free Traditional Valentino bags have been given a punk edge with zebra print and studs. The large tote bag (leftt; HK$18,100) is ideal for day-to-day use while the evening bag (below left; HK$18,400) is perfect for more formal occasions. The Valentino bags are available from On Pedder, 16 Queen's Road Central, tel: 2118 3489.
Fit for purpose With sportswear influences making major headway in high fashion, it comes as little surprise that the bandwagon is getting ever more crowded. Vivienne Tam's latest range is dedicated to sportswear, in particular yoga. Dominated by the clean lines and gorgeous prints long associated with the designer, the collection is reason enough to stay in shape. At the core of the range is the printed, purple Om hoodie (left; HK$1,650) and the bonded Om tunic T-shirt (far left; HK$1,050). Vivienne Tam is in The Landmark, Central. tel: 2868 2826.
Seeing spots Yayoi Kusama's original artworks were inspired by hallucinations. The avant-garde artist, who has lived in a psychiatric hospital since 1977, is now collaborating with the esteemed house of Louis Vuitton. The Monogram Nylon Dots Infinity flat ballerina shoe (below; HK$6,700) is topped with a bow patterned with Kusama's signature motif - the polka dot; while the Monogram Waves heeled pump (left; HK$9,250) sports a yellow tribal-inspired print. Louis Vuitton is in Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 8100 1182.