Band on the run Much as one hates to admit it, Run-DMC knew what they were talking about when they released My Adidas. The German sportswear brand, which brings us those signature three stripes, shows it is still the coolest in the gang with its latest collection of streetwise separates and accessories. Our picks: this gold blouson ($1,000) and faux leather gym bag ($780) from J-01, Paterson Street, Causeway Bay. There are waiting lists for both, so sign up now. What to wear with? Alas, shell tops are so 1986. We recommend Louis Vuitton's grandmaster-flashy hightops ($3,750), below, which are sure to be immortalised on a radio station soon. Dressing down 'Her barely-there bimbo boobs wouldn't cover a gnat. Let's just call her the 'Worst Undressed' and leave it at that.' Mr Blackwell on Christina Aguilera, ranked nine on his annual Worst Dressed List. Sowing a seed There is good news for mums-to-be remaining in Hong Kong: stylish local maternity label Seed (The Landmark Annexe, Central) has lost its lease and will sell all remaining stock at reductions of 40 to 70 per cent. So strap on your Sars masks and invest in key items, including stretch cotton dresses (they'll last you nine months), boot-cut jeans with elasticised front panels and cute children's wear for your new arrival. Get them while you can: the shutters go up on May 20. On the ball Now here's an exhibition with balls: the Paintura Project, on now at D-Mop (Kingston Street, Causeway Bay), features collectible, FIFA-approved footballs designed by a handful of hip, graphic and graffiti artists, including New York's Reas (last seen at Britain's Tate Modern), London's Mr Jago, Stockholm's Var and Mo'Wax art director Ben Drury. Manufactured by Puma, they sell for $1,600: a fine gift for the sweet and tender hooligan on everyone's list.