Jewellery designer Kai-yin Lo has turned her talents to fashion and homeware. The designer, who studied art at Cambridge University in England and is considered an expert in Chinese art, has recently launched an accessories collection, revolving around a range of cashmere and pashmina scarves and shawls. Lo has not worn a coat in 15 years, preferring to keep herself warm using wraps. Her new line features embroidered and beaded shawls in trendy seasonal colours, and is the first in an ongoing succession of soon-to-be-introduced fashion accessories. Lo has also begun concentrating on furniture with a line in hardwood called Yin Living in the pipeline. And Lo, an antique Chinese furniture collector, will be releasing some classical furniture and pieces, including Ming Dynasty wood carvings and doors from Anhui province, which she has kept in warehouses. Her new showroom is on Wellington Street. For an appointment, call 2521 0312 or 2773 6009. Bare care Spend a minimum of $300 at Seibu stores in Pacific Place or Windsor House from today until December 27, and have a chance to win a life-sized Ralph Lauren teddy bear. The 'Bear that Cares' is a Lauren signature and part of the designer's home collection. Smaller versions of the bear can be bought for $120 with any purchase of a Lauren fragrance or bath product, with proceeds going to the Save the Children Fund. But for a stab at the one-off life-sized stuffed teddy, a $300 purchase will give customers the right to fill out a lucky draw ticket, containing their guess at the bear's weight. The draw will take place at the end of December in Seibu's Pacific Place store.