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Masculine looks

Rock out with sharp androgynous outfits like those at Yigal Azrouel.

Textured bags

Show some serious bling with this embroidered tweed Chanel Mademoiselle.

Sunday, 25 September, 2011, 12:00am

Style meter


The Celine clog

Wooden clogs; coming to a wardrobe near you.


Original incarnations from Westwood to Sportmax.

Cropped tops

All you need now is that washboard stomach.

Knee-length skirts

Spring/summer is definitely more demure.


20 Feb 2011 - 12:00am

Editor's picks: Wedges

Ideal for more formal occasions, this black style comes with a silver trim and a miniature version of the brand's signature buckle on the front. Cordell'or wedges (HK$3,900) from Roger Vivier, The Landmark, Central, tel: 2810 8690

5 Jul 2010 - 12:00am

Editor's picks: Clogs

Going for a sportier look? This runway style features colourful velcro straps, a tassel detail and a kitten-shaped heel. Daisy Suede Calf Leather Criss Cross Sandal from Louis Vuitton, The Landmark, Central, tel: 8100 1182

5 Apr 2010 - 12:00am

Editor's picks: Mid-heels

Looking for something feminine and sexy? This more streamlined version of the chunky wedge features interwoven snakeskin printed leather straps for a pretty look. Wedges (HK$5,550) by Jimmy Choo from On Pedder, 1/F New World Tower, Central, tel: 2118 3489

25 Jan 2010 - 12:00am

Neon Nights

Silk dress (HK$8,790) by ck Calvin Klein. Plate necklace (HK$4,000) and high heel sandals (HK$10,000) both by Celine. Transparent earrings (HK$890) and transparent bangles (thin HK$490, thick HK$550) all by Kenneth Jay Lane from On Pedder.

Strapless tube dress with long fringing (HK$49,090) by Escada. Satin sandals by Versace (enquiries 2234 7626).

6 Mar 2009 - 12:00am

Couture clogs part of Dutch-oriented display in Wan Chai

As part of Business of Design Week's special focus on the Netherlands, a quirky exhibit organised at the Red Elation Gallery in Wan Chai features 60 specially designed pairs of wooden clogs, dressed up by five dozen local and mainland artists, giving the traditional Dutch footwear a more fashionable kick. All of them will be auctioned off next year to raise funds for underprivileged children.

10 Dec 2008 - 12:00am

East meets west in Dutch fashion show

The Netherlands has given the world Renaissance painters, Edam cheese and clogs, but yesterday at The Peak, the gift of style when two Dutch designers held a fashion show on an east-meets-west theme at the home of Agnes Revis, wife of the Dutch consul-general.

31 May 2007 - 12:00am

Roses aren't red

Black and white is the must-have combination for the season and even your feet can get in on the act with the Black Rose collection from Lulu Guinness. The line features various styles, ranging from feminine pumps and elegant sandals to casual espadrilles, flip-flops and clogs.

7 May 2006 - 12:00am

Take the platform

1 Striped T-shirt ($325) from French Connection, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2918 1760

2 Pink satin and lace skirt ($1,500) by Joy & Happiness from Lane Crawford, Queen's Road Central, tel: 2118 3388

3 Stripy cotton twill and leather shoulder bag ($2,410) from Coach, The Landmark, Central, tel: 2537 4663

26 May 2004 - 12:00am


Put your best foot forward in this season's eclectic and idiosyncratic selection of footwear, from wedges and lady-like pumps to transparent sandals and kooky clogs.

Wooden platform sandal ($695) from Nine West.

Tie-up sandal ($645) from Nine West.

Open-toe sandal ($398) from More on the Lane.

Wooden wedge sandal ($699) from Charcoal.

4 Apr 2004 - 12:00am

Clues galore as to what the future holds

Buyers at the Fashion and Finished Products Spring Show of the Asia-Pacific Leather Fair '97 will get plenty of clues as to footwear and handbag trends for the coming autumn/winter season.

28 Apr 1997 - 12:00am

Patten's radio spot may cook up a culinary upset

NOT a good time to be going to your favourite Chinese restaurant in London (or anywhere in Britain for that matter) on a certain Friday early next month.

11 Mar 1993 - 12:00am