Here is the deal. From today till Sunday, anyone who spends HK$1,000 or more in one day within the Hongkong Land portfolio in Central (Chater House, The Landmark, Prince's Building) will be entered into a lucky draw. The grand prize is HK$50,000 to spend at any shop or restaurant within the same portfolio. Other prizes include HK$2,000 shopping vouchers from leading fashion houses. And instant lucky draws will be available until the end of June. Prizes include shoes, bags and accessories from designer labels, and dining vouchers, and between June 19 and 22, another grand prize. The number of participating brands continues to grow, so we cannot provide a definitive list. Instead, we have compiled a guide of some of the items that could, or should, be yours. And, if you need to stop for a bite to eat, Oliver's Super Sandwiches will provide a free tea, coffee or fountain soft drink with any purchase over HK$25. All you have to do is present a copy of this supplement. (Please note that this is not valid for delivery service. The offer is available only in Prince's Building, Exchange Square and The Landmark Oliver's Super Sandwiches; the promotion is valid up to May 31.) Escada Hippy chic meets vintage meets classical elegance in Escada's store. Designer Brian Rennie looked to celebrities Jennifer Lopez, Audrey Hepburn and Gwyneth Paltrow for inspiration, so if it is J.Lo's sensuality, Audrey's timeless elegance, or Gwyneth's cool glamour you aspire to, this is where to find it. Also look out for soft bags with tassels, cords and braiding, and slingback pumps with Swarovski stones. Top pick: Swarovski crystal evening bag. Ralph Lauren For clothes with a dash of romance, Ralph Lauren is the label. Here you will find floaty chiffon and antique silk dresses, jackets and skirts in soft, muted colours. The men's collection takes on an understated elegance, with an aristocratic flair. Unconstructed suits and textured linens are mixed with hand-tailored craftsmanship. Yves Saint Laurent Tom Ford for the Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche collection is undeniably sexy, and shoppers looking for evening gowns should head here. Silk jersey dresses are ruched down sides, others are strapless. For the truly glamorous, there is the plunge-fronted halterneck with mermaid tails. Accessories are cheeky. Lips lick the front of open-toed shoes and heels inches high - totally impractical, seriously fashionable. Burberry British brand Burberry searched its archives and came up with a '60s feel, with splashes of aviator and utility themes. Mesh, canvas and distressed leather mixes with parachute silk and lace. Men's shirts take on casual and smart styles: rugby, grandad collar, and classics are key pieces this season. Keep eyes peeled for baguette bags in eye-popping reds, orange and canary yellow, thong sandals and espadrilles. Top picks: women's green silk parachute pants, men's yellow-striped grandfather shirt. Burberry's interpretation of thongs and espadrilles is one of the season's big trends in footwear. Moschino If it is a bold statement you wish to make, Moschino is the label. This season's collection includes prints, flower motifs, multicoloured patterns, and polka dots on everything, from dresses and skirts to shirts and trousers. The Cheap and Chic patchwork theme is adorned with flowers, ribbons and bows. Top picks: striped sundress with bow appliques, men's T-shirt with silk-screened waistcoat applique, chiffon scarf and key chain. Anna Molinari Pleated linen skirts and macrame lace dresses, layered fabrics and bold reds, gold, and black. This is Anna Molinari spring/summer 2003. Casual and elegant, with an edge that flows between hard and soft boundaries. Anna Molinari's Blumarine line is a whirl of ballet, opera and the East. Look out for chiffon and satin dresses, halter-top dresses and tutu touches. Eastern influences are one of the season's main trends; here the kimono is re-invented as an imperial coat, and encrusted with embroidery. Top picks: embroidered camisole, black silk combat pants. Lanvin Jewel-embroidered dresses in floaty silk chiffon and satin mean that princess dresses are a reality at Lanvin. Silhouettes are fluid, colours a mix of exotic fruit, spices and burnt earth. For men, casual jackets, light suits and classic shirts are tailored to be worn day or evening. Hot picks: pink chiffon dress, and for men, maroon leather lace-up shoes. Paule Ka You can always rely on Paule Ka for straightforward silhouettes that are distinctly Parisian. This season, the label opts for body-conscious cuts. Straight skirts, shirtdresses that stop at the knee, and tops that follow the contour of the body. Breathe in - waistlines are cinched, and narrow belts and bows go round them. Jewel-bright red stands out among the label's usual neutral black, navy, cream and white. Accessories include gondola-shaped basket bags and kitten-heel stilettos. Top picks: woven flower pot handbag, canvas blazer with contrast stitching. Fendi Fendi is paying tribute to Roman deities, so if it is draping necklines, long blouses, baggy pants and full skirts that excite you, pop in. Chiffon features heavily, with pearls and metallic jewellery holding together swathes of white, blue and seagreen fabric. Menswear is punctuated with tight and loose- fitting clothes. Suits hug the body, while safari jackets and blousons are less constructed. Bags from the Diavolo, Ostrik, Biga and Spring Roll series are luxurious, and shoes strappy and sexy. Top pick: silver and black leather stilettos. Tommy Hilfiger Tommy Hilfiger moves a step away from his preppy image and crosses the water to Mustique for inspiration. Batik prints, sarongs and cut-off shorts loom large; khaki, pure white and suede are the dominant colours. Ermenegildo Zegna Head to Ermenegildo Zegna for Italian tailored suits, made-to-measure or off the rack. Choose from a range of seasonal fabrics and classic Italian styles. Chanel Coco's memory is stamped all over the current Chanel collection: jackets 'too small' worn with tomboy pants, wide-legged trousers emphasising the waist, and Coco's image hanging from belts and rope necklaces. The collection's twist arrives courtesy of the surfer chick look. Get yourself a teeny bikini and surfboard, if you fancy yourself as a Chanel beach babe. And on accessories, the double-C logo, naturally. Top pick: print shopping bag. Bvlgari Bvlgari's Geometrica bags are best described as streamlined, smart and colourful. Two sizes in ten shades (including ocean blue, plum, brick red and lemon). Gucci The mini was one of the hottest items on the catwalk during shows this season, and at Gucci hemlines reached new highs. If you have legs worthy of exposure, and youth on your side, head on over. The general move is away from black, with colour prevailing. Tom Ford's signature edge is softened, with handprinted silks, embroidery and silk linings. For men, think south-of-France summers, glamorous, sexy and rich. Japanese kimonos and floral prints dominate. Look out for Tom Ford's silver version of the season's hottest footwear, open-toed sandals. Be warned, these were not made for walking! Coach If you are heading for the coast, a beach bag calls. Check out the latest from Coach. The range includes the new Soho and Straw Basket. Fun and fresh, both are big enough for beach essentials, and they are funky too. Giorgio Armani A care-free look and sensuality rule at Giorgio Armani, where skirts are soft and jackets long, short or ultra-slim, and trousers striped. The colours are orange, blue, fuchsia and enamel green. For men, it is linens and silk: blouson and kimono shirts, double-breasted jackets and trousers made for weekend relaxation. Emporio Armani is in holiday mode. Sports shorts, striped T-shirts and a blaze of lime wash, pastels, reds and fuchsia for women; safari jackets, bomber jackets and long Bermudas for men. Gianfranco Ferre Gianfranco Ferre is immersed in Eastern flavours and fluid shapes. The women's collection features skinny jackets and georgette skirts, with obi belts and kimono shirts, paprika pants and knife-pleated ribbon skirts. And for men, there are cotton organza shirts, sports jackets and slim-fit shapes using stretch fabrics. Celine You are poised for a journey through India when you enter the Celine store. Magenta and tangerine, curry satins and suedes, crinkled linens and cottons run through cropped boleros, slit skirts and skinny pants. The accessories collection includes rugged belts, belt pouches and strappy thongs with drop jewellery detail. Top pick: flat strappy sandals with brass medallions. An Indian summer mood hangs over Celine. Clockwise from above right: luggage vachetta tarnished brass stud sandals, leather and tarnished brass ankle laced sandals and nutmeg embroidered suede leather flat shoulder bag. Louis Vuitton Louis Vuitton's summer collection smacks of Las Vegas style: candy-coloured satin dresses with '50s twists and cool cut-outs, chiffon frills and peep-toed sandals. The collection is chic, French and highly desirable. Top picks: zipped murakami monogram change purse with keychain, and black shower sandals with multicoloured monogram. Longchamp Parisian brand Longchamp offers three bags for the summer months. The lightweight canvas Croquis is painted with a landscape; suede and calfskin Nomade bags evoke African tribes, and the saddle Olympe epitomises the weekend-in-the-Hamptons look.