German luxury leather brand MCM Haus celebrated the first anniversary of its presence in Hong Kong with a star-studded gala dinner at its flagship store in the Entertainment Building in Queen's Road Central.Wednesday, 13 June, 2012, 12:00am
German luxury leather brand MCM Haus celebrated the first anniversary of its presence in Hong Kong with a star-studded gala dinner at its flagship store in the Entertainment Building in Queen's Road Central.13 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Go for a touch of tribal flair and opt for this high-heeled black and white woven leather pair. Gladiators (HK$9,900) from Balenciaga, Entertainment Building, Central, tel: 3428 808611 Feb 2008 - 12:00am
The hip and happening turned out in style to support hair salon Xenter Jut's opening in the Entertainment Building in Central last month. The launch of the salon, also a massage centre, was hosted by six stylists.23 Jun 2006 - 12:00am
Hysan takes nearly $1b less than purchase price
Hysan Development yesterday sold the Entertainment Building in Central for $2.7 billion, almost $1 billion less than it paid for it in 1996.
The Hong Kong-listed property firm made the sale to cut its debts, the company announced last night.10 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
If it looks like retailers can't sell their wares fast enough these days, it may be because they really can't.
Despite the throngs of mainland tourists arriving each weekend and the expectation of surging arrivals when Disneyland opens on September 12, an increasing number of retailers in Hong Kong's shopping hubs are getting squeezed.27 Aug 2005 - 12:00am
Cross from day to night in these figure-hugging outfits that emphasise feminine curves.
Stilettos ($725) from Nine West.Stilettos ($645) from Nine West.
Stockings ($195) by Wolford from Seibu.
Top ($1,290) by Plenty from Seibu.
Velvet skirt ($419) from Mango.
Dress ($1,299) from Jessica.12 Dec 2004 - 12:00am
Hysan Development has reported a worse than expected 23.58 per cent drop in earnings after taking a $242.6 million charge for the fall in value of overseas properties.
The company, one of Hong Kong's biggest property investors, was also hit by increased interest expenses and losses on sales of securities.17 Mar 1999 - 12:00am
Insider dealing accusations hurled at Chinese Estates boss Joseph Lau Luen-hung were vigorously rebutted yesterday, with his lawyers asserting that the $3.64 billion Entertainment Building sale was 'not price-sensitive'.
A two-month inquiry had failed to prove otherwise, barrister John Griffiths, SC, argued.12 Mar 1999 - 12:00am