Asian firms keen to link up with clubs and share spotlight

Manchester United might be top dogs across Asia in more ways than one, but smaller Premier League clubs are working hard to get their own slice of the action.

Saturday, 24 September, 2011, 12:00am

Sporting the strip

Interest in football strips has never been higher than it is today. Proudly wearing a football shirt as a fashion item is serious business for fans. And clothing firms annually make millions of dollars by producing strips for the fan-in-the-street to wear.

21 Sep 2010 - 12:00am

Numbers, please!

Part 1 Dates and ordinal numbers

Dates and ordinal numbers

26 Feb 2010 - 12:00am


The hip hop music scene may have infiltrated today's pop culture but one of its worst fashion influences is the baggy jeans phenomenon. After seeing far too many young (and not so young) men wearing jeans that are literally falling off their backsides, it's nice to find some stylish guys out there who are cool enough to don a pair of braces to keep their trousers up.

25 Feb 2008 - 12:00am

Small Wonders

Being on the go doesn't mean sacrificing your beauty routine, as these travel-size toiletries prove.

Flawless Skin Travel Collection by Laura Mercier HK$650

Discovery Set by CARE by Stella McCartney HK$295

Travel kit by Malin + Goetz from Harvey Nichols HK$315

Organic-to-Go kit by Juice Beauty from Faces HK$470

4 May 2007 - 12:00am

My Family

My Family enters its final week on TVB Jade at 9pm.

Episode 16 (February 21)

Hay resents Kit's unreasonable objection to his plan to open a cake shop. He asks the family to vote to force Kit into financing his project.

Kit declares the vote invalid. Hay and Ching are angry and leave home.

21 Feb 2005 - 12:00am

On style, she rules

In her clutches

I love handbags. A few years ago I bought a flea-market clutch in snakeskin and have used and abused it. I'd like to spoil myself for Christmas and get a luxury clutch. Any recommendations?

Bag Lady, Central

15 Dec 2002 - 12:00am

30pc drop in retail sales as fans stay home

Retail sales have dropped by up to 30 per cent during the World Cup as fans stay at home to watch the matches.

The Hong Kong Retailer's Association said department and chain stores had suffered the biggest losses, but outlets such as supermarkets and wet markets had not been affected.

24 Jun 2002 - 12:00am

Kit Kat advert takes the biscuit

KIT Kat seems to have found humour in the breakup of Charles and Diana as displayed in their December 30 advertisement ''Have a break . . . Have a Kit Kat'', complete with a picture of the unhappy couple. If Kit Kat feels the only way they can sell biscuits is by taking delight in other people's misery then I'll have my break without them.


5 Jan 1993 - 12:00am