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Harbour City

Art exhibition showcases Korea's most influential painters

As the Korean cultural wave continues to sweep Hong Kong, a new contemporary art exhibition has just landed in the city.

Tuesday, 17 June, 2008, 12:00am

All-rounder discovers he's not quite a shoo-in for footwear-designing job

We know Craig Au Yeung Ying-chai is an all-round media guy who can write, draw and host TV programmes on food and travel. But design women's footwear? I don't think so. Oddly, shoe shop Staccato invited Au Yeung (right) to be the lone male among a group of gal guests in designing pumps at their shoes jam on Monday afternoon at Harbour City.

14 May 2008 - 12:00am

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Hong Kong shoppers have always loved limited-edition designer goods, so no doubt they will snap up the new items from Yves Saint Laurent's Ymail collection, which have been designed exclusively for the relocated 4,000 sq ft store in Harbour City. The range comprises three pieces (right): a tote bag (HK$8,950), evening clutch (HK$2,950) and Octopus card holder (HK$2,940).

20 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

on style, she rules

I was surprised to hear that stars are suddenly hot. Where can I buy them and on what?

Star Struck, Kowloon

13 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

Style bites

Boutique bonanza

Indigo will hold an event featuring Chako bags of vintage obi and kimono fabrics, and John Ferdinand unisex jewellery accessories, as well as the boutique's unique denim selection. Owner Eizelle Taino will give advice on how to wear this season's wide-legged jeans. Friday April 11, noon-9pm, Indigo, G/F, 32A Staunton Street, Central, tel: 2147 3000.

9 Apr 2008 - 12:00am

Canto-pop mum makes a wish for family harmony

Becoming a mother has made singer Kay Tse On-kay more philosophical about life. A year ago she had just married fellow artist Louis Cheung Kai-chung and was five months' pregnant with son James. Since then, her situation and priorities have changed. The Canto-pop career gave way to matters a bit more significant, like family and son, and that reflects her choice of causes now.

29 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

Chopsticks on six

The Marco Polo Hongkong Hotel has opened the ultra-modern Cucina, which occupies the sixth-floor space once filled by North American grill Gripps (which has ceased to be) and Japanese restaurant Nishimura (which is now across the corridor from Cucina).

20 Jan 2008 - 12:00am

on style, she rules

I want one of those stretchy bright blue dresses. Send me details soon. Not too pricey please.

Code Blue, Tai Tam

The Dictator rules: Wait a minute, who's the Dictator here? (I am, and don't you forget it.) And what are you on about, anyway? Ah, yes, the stretchy blue dress fad, of course. How could we have missed it? We won't even mention Monica Lewinsky.

18 Nov 2007 - 12:00am

City entertains with mall wonders

Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui has been turning heads for its shopping experience and for bringing art to the community with a public gallery staged every month.

Hong Kong's major shopping mall has become an outdoor exhibition venue featuring works by renowned Japanese painter Yayoi Kusama whose Dots Obsession - Soul of Pumpkin was enjoyed by thousands at the mall recently.

16 Nov 2007 - 12:00am