Clean break There's not much left on Nathan Road now Joyce has moved its Tsim Sha Tsui outpost to Harbour City on Canton Road. The duplex, which had its grand opening last week, is decorated with late Ming Dynasty antiques and stocks all your favourite men's and women's brands, including new arrivals Stella McCartney and Baum und Pfergarten. Gone are the Prada and Miu Miu corners, but the skincare, fragrance and beauty selections are still strong. Check out Menthoderm, the American skincare line based on plant extracts, botanical oils and alpha hydroxy acids. Its three new cleansers - Silky (for dry skin), Active Cleansing Gel (for oily skin) and Glycolic Mud Cleanser (for normal skin) - are perfect for the summer months. Prices range from $270 to $340. Desert return That 1980s classic, the desert boot, is updated for the new millennium - and the New Man - by Bottega Veneta for summer. Printed with the Italian luxury brand's subtle, signature butterfly, it hits shops in July and costs $2,800 (not exactly a steal, but the soles are leather, not crepe). Reserve your pair now. I'll show you mine if ... Lingerie shopping, always a difficult endeavour in Hong Kong, is made easier by Lingerie Philosophy's unique changing rooms. The chain, which stocks French labels Chantal Thomass, Dim and Cacharel, has introduced a room-within-a-room concept so that friends and significant others can give second, third and fourth opinions. Give it a go at locations in Ocean Terminal, Causeway Bay and Queensway Plaza, Admiralty. In the frame Fashion victims who love the idea of body piercing - but are not big fans of pain - will love Chanel's latest sunglasses. Available in graded shades of pinks and browns, or totally transparent, they are pierced by a pearl drop, which dangles from the left lens. The only ouch: its $2,000 price tag. From Chanel boutiques including Prince's Building, Central and The Lee Gardens, Causeway Bay.