Lulu Frost jewellery is, says Lisa Salzer, absolutely a family affair.
'We were inspired by my grandmother, my mum is our buyer and the director was my best friend growing up,' says Salzer, who founded the brand in 2004.Friday, 18 May, 2012, 12:00am
British accessories designer Lulu Guinness has dressed the likes of singer Katy Perry and actresses Sienna Miller and Helena Bonham Carter, but her funky lip clutches are too cool for the Duchess of Cambridge.
'The thing about Kate Middleton is that she likes things very plain, and she would never carry a handbag if you can tell where it comes from,' Guinness said.19 May 2011 - 12:00am
If you're looking for something that is fun for all the family, check out the Scotty & Lulu - Popcorn show.
With songs, comedy routines, video clips and even magic, the show promises to have the whole family laughing, singing and dancing in their seats.6 May 2007 - 12:00am
Award-winning family entertainers Scott Ligertwood and Nick Harvey - aka Scotty and Lulu - are back with a new show, Whoopee! Laugh Out Loud with Scotty and Lulu.14 May 2006 - 12:00am
Scotty and Lulu are back with their lively children's music show which includes storytelling, comedy and live interactive music. Today, 10am, 2pm, 4pm, HK Academy for Performing Arts, Drama Theatre, 1 Gloucester Rd, Wan Chai, $128-$388 HK Ticketing. Inquiries: 2584 850012 Jun 2005 - 12:00am
Lulu has left Beijing for Berkeley, and Beibei and Niuniu feel lost. The three have been inseparable since Niuniu came back from America four years ago.
Over lunch at a chic French restaurant, 36-year-old Beibei tells Niuniu: 'I really wish I had a child.'30 Jun 2004 - 12:00am
Niuniu, Beibei and Lulu meet at a trendy French cafe in Beijing's Factory 798 arts hub - ostensibly to make plans for the weekend. But Lulu has told them she's got a big announcement to make.
They start with their usual banter, over salad and iced tea. Then, Lulu drops her bombshell. 'Well, I'm going to America,' she says
'What?' the other two ask.23 Jun 2004 - 12:00am
Matchmakers are believed to earn positive karma in Chinese culture.
Still, Niuniu doesn't enjoy the role. She detests watching people squirm when they meet for a blind date.9 Jun 2004 - 12:00am
Women often get competitive and jealous of each other. Beibei, Lulu and Niuniu have been partners in crime for more than 15 years. What makes their friendship so long-lasting? Lately, Niuniu has been trying to find the answer.26 May 2004 - 12:00am
Nowadays, everybody in Lulu's circle plays golf. Just as they were into drinking coffee five years ago, and wearing Nike shoes 10 years ago, golf is the latest craze among young Beijingers. Lulu's friends, Niuniu and Beibei, both play regularly. Lulu - who can't afford to join a golf and country club - feels left out.19 May 2004 - 12:00am
Niuniu and her friends Lulu and Beibei have been talking about starting a business: it's now fashionable to hold down a full-time job and a sideline at the same time.5 May 2004 - 12:00am
Niuniu has returned from a reporting trip in the impoverished countryside, and invites Beibei, Lulu and C.C. to catch up over afternoon tea at her house. The trip has opened Niuniu's eyes to a harsh world beyond the neon lights of Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong. She wants to discuss everything she's seen of the rural people's poverty and their daily struggle for survival.31 Mar 2004 - 12:00am
Last week's column looked at the many thirtysomething 'Grade A' women in big cities who are still single. They share certain traits, including a love for buying property and spending time with their girlfriends talking about men.3 Mar 2004 - 12:00am
IN HONG KONG, he's considered silly and juvenile. But in Britain, com- poser Nick Harvey is taken rather seriously.
Tomorrow night he should be putting on a dinner jacket for the BAFTA Children's Film and Television Awards in London where one of a number of shows he has written music for is in the running for a prize.29 Nov 2003 - 12:00am
Everyone is confused by something. No one likes to admit it, but it's true. In a rapidly changing society such as China's, life can be a constant drama, filled with events that lead to, or create, fresh confusion.
According to a recent survey, young Chinese aged between 25 and 40 are confused about seven major issues stemming from basic life choices or decisions.12 Nov 2003 - 12:00am