Sock it to 'em The ankle-socks and stilettos combo so popular in the spring/summer shows is already in stores. We love this hybrid by Paris-based shoe designer, Bruno Frisoni. Part sock, part ankle-strap heel, it's sexy, shiny and, best of all, eliminates the need to buy your shoes two sizes too big. Get a pair for $3,950 from D-Mop, On Lan Street, Central. New moon Style is a family affair chez Sistyr Moon. The local retailer, which sells cult streetwear from Japan and the United States, is expanding into childrenswear with its latest shop Luna Baby (2/F, Windsor House, Causeway Bay). Stocking everything from Hysteric Mini, the 'club-kid' line from Hysteric Glamour, to Criket, the house label, the shop is ideal for the tot who has everything including, most importantly, a trust fund. Top picks include rock T-shirts ($400), pinstripe trousers ($450) and cashmere sweaters ($750) by Claude (a favourite of Hollywood parents), and cute dresses from American label Halabaloo (right, $1,350). More affordable and lots of fun is the range of printed tights ($120), available in everything from a Burberry-esque check to topographical maps. Skin city Urban Decay, the no-frills makeup line for inner-city chicks and saucy suburbanites, is launching a skincare range. Called Urban Defense, it centres round products that soothe and protect the skin against modern living's stresses and strains (such as free-radicals, pollution, sun exposure and spots). We recommend you try the Skincare Sampler, which includes Zen Cleanse cleanser and toner, Detox Cocktail anti-oxident complex, Guardian Angel moisturiser and Magic Mud face mask and exfoliator. The set comes in a handy travel bag, is refillable, and is available from Urban Decay counters and shops. Home economics Stumble into I.T's recently redesigned and annoyingly underlit Sino Plaza location (on Percival and Lockhart roads, Causeway Bay), and you'll find more than the usual assortment of edgy European labels and Japanese oddities. The ever-expanding fashion chain is entering the lifestyle/design arena, stocking a small but well-edited selection of gadgets, homeware and furniture from the likes of Kartell, Vitra, Graepel Italiana and Magis. Looking to splash out? Invest in a collectible chair by Philippe Starck, Ron Arad or Verner Panton. And if it's details you're after, there are a lot of those as well: check out the door stoppers ($490), candle sets ($490), and designer loo-roll holder ($90).