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Sandro offers French style for the masses

Above: Sandro's founder Evelyne Chetrite. Below: looks from Sandro's collection for autumn-winter 2012/13, inspired by the New York working girl of the 1990s. Photos courtesy of Opera Gallery

The Gallic fashion revolution continues in Asia, with chic brand Sandro opening its first free-standing boutique in the region at IFC Mall earlier this week.

Monday, 15 October, 2012, 6:12pm

Get the Look: Layering

Get the Look: Layering

The best way to keep warm is through stylish layering. The operative word being stylish, meaning you don't just pile pieces of clothing on top of each other. Fit is key to achieving the layered style, so attempt this only with clothes that fit your body well.

15 Oct 2012 - 5:18pm

News: Taylor Momsen

Taylor Momsen feels a song coming on. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Despite her platinum blonde hair, slender figure and innocent face, 19-year-old Taylor Momsen is not quite everyone's little sister, as she's portrayed in the popular teen television drama Gossip Girl.

5 Oct 2012 - 10:12am

Treasured islands

Treasured islands

Intimate island resorts are the choice for those who want privacy without compromising on luxury. Here we look at three eco-friendly resorts that are far from the madding crowd …

22 May 2014 - 4:08pm

Behind the label: Francesco Scognamiglio

Behind the label: Francesco Scognamiglio


29 Sep 2012 - 11:49pm

Christian Dior: He who dares

At the Christian Dior SS13 show.

Raf Simon's first women's ready-to-wear debut was a minimalist interpretation of the storied French house through the Belgian designer's eyes.

4 Oct 2012 - 3:55pm

Smell of success

Francis Kurkdjian is renowned for his work with some of the biggest names in the business.

Heady scents are synonymous with perfumer who dares to be different, writes Catharine Nicol.

16 Oct 2012 - 11:39am

Fur industry targets rich warm countries for future growth

Fur is part of Prada's Spring-Summer collection. Photo: AFP

Fur on Copacabana beach? Why not. Boosted by a 10-year surge in sales to Asia, the global fur industry is primed to take on what it sees as the markets of tomorrow.

26 Sep 2012 - 3:44am

Cerruti 1881 celebrate launch of flagship store in Harbour City

Cerruti chief Catherine Vautrin, actor Chang Chen, brand director Agnes Shen and distributor Trinity's Sunny Wong. Photo: SCMP

To celebrate the launch of Cerruti 1881's flagship store in Harbour City, mainland actor Chang Chen flew in on Thursday to officiate the ribbon-cutting ceremony alongside president and chief executive Catherine Vautrin, brand managing director Agnes Shen, and Sunny Wong, group management director of distributor Trinity.

17 Sep 2012 - 4:20am

NY Ink star in Hong Kong for opening

Tattoo evangelist Ami James.Photo: Jonathan Wong

Inked up by the tender age of 13, tattoo artist Ami James of TLC's reality show NY Ink hasn't always been a star.

"The stereotypes attached to people who are tattooed - I've heard them all," says James.

14 Sep 2012 - 9:37am

Free range

Park Seung Gun

South Korean designer Park Seung Gun is pushing gender boundaries with his quirky label, writes Annie Gotterson.

14 Sep 2012 - 12:37am

Armani Inc: the man with fashion's Midas touch

Giorgio Armani pictured in Milan in 1979. PHOTO: CORBIS

Iconic Italian fashion designer Giorgio Armani opens up about the evolution of fashion over his almost five decades in the industry, writes Jing Zhang.

14 Sep 2012 - 1:00am

Girls will be boys

Jacket (HK$39,000) from Prada, Alexandra House, Central. Shirt (HK$2,400) and shorts (HK$4,450), both by Junya Watanabe from Comme des Garçons, Ice House Street, Central. Hat (HK$1,699) by CA4LA and black collar accessory (HK$1,999) by Simone Rocha, both from I.T, Ice House Street. Shoes (HK$3,700) from Zadig & Voltaire, 50 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay.

Blur the boundaries with womenswear in flattering, masculine styles.

9 Sep 2012 - 12:04am

Talking points

Students, teachers and parents gather outside Central Government Offices in Tamar to protest against national education. Photo: David Wong

National education petition goes to school

7 Sep 2012 - 2:27am

Louboutin wins US court appeal in battle over right to red soles

Stars love Christian Louboutin's sexy shiny shoes. Photo: AFP

French shoemaker Christian Louboutin can trademark his famous red soles, a United States court has ruled, reversing a previous ruling that had allowed rival Yves Saint Laurent (YSL) to paint its soles scarlet as well.

The case featured two of the fashion world's heaviest hitters in a battle to own the glossy red outsole that Louboutin says is at the heart of its shoes' appeal.

7 Sep 2012 - 4:35am