When Tse Yuen-man quit her job as an architect, the next thing she did was throw out everything in her wardrobe - except her vintage collection.Wednesday, 15 August, 2012, 11:15pm
If you still think Hong Kong's vintage shopping scene is either about Milan Station - a chain of second-hand shops for luxury brands such as Hermes and Chanel - or the ghetto night markets of Kowloon - often managed and frequented by scavengers - it might be time to take a closer look.27 Jul 2012 - 12:00am
Oversized leather clutches
Trending all over spring catwalks.
A masculine Margiela jacket
Fashion forward yet timeless.
Tropical print one-piece swimsuits
Rock them with retro glasses.
Anything that popstar Ke$ha is wearing
Marvel at the trashiness.6 May 2012 - 12:00am
If you thought the Americans had the monopoly on luxe tees, think again. Launched in 2005, French brand American Vintage has become a cult favourite with fashion insiders. Now the brand has opened its first Asia store, in Hong Kong. The 700 sq ft boutique stocks the brand's complete line of luxe basics for men and women, including tees, trousers, jackets, blouses, underwear and accessories.19 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Who's calling?26 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
We are loving old-school Jackie O glamour.
Retro hats and headpieces
Jil Sander's veiled versions are to die for.
Walking tall into stylists' wardrobes.
Studded and embellished Ugg boots
Like lipstick on a pig.22 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
For slinky looks with high-voltage style.
Perfectly applied deep red lipstick
Sophisticated and sexy.
We love retro colours and chunky heels.
DIY overload11 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
Ever since the Mad Men phenomenon, style seekers have been looking for the next retro TV series to shake up their silhouettes. That show launched a return to femininity and made pencil skirts and tight sweaters go mainstream. Well-coiffed hair and pearl necklaces came with a dose of office sexism in the programme, but were embraced by sartorial experts.2 Dec 2011 - 12:00am
It might sound a bit far-fetched - model Vanessa Yeung Tsang turning up at the launch of a Scottish pop-up store. But Yeung has quite a soft spot for everything Scottish.
The beauty was guest of honour at the opening of Museum Context, a concept store established by Edinburgh-based, award-winning interior designers Andrew and Alice McRae.30 Nov 2011 - 12:00am