Ready to wear The Landmark has the highest concentration of ready-to-wear outlets for men and women. Name a high-end European brand and you will likely find it. Represented in the shops are Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Prada and Valentino, as well as Fendi, Versace, Christian Dior and Dolce & Gabbana. A few Asian brands, such as Atsuro Tayama, Kenzo and Ozoc, join the crowd. Accessories The three buildings - The Landmark, Prince's Building and Chater House - cover between them almost every clothing need a shopper may have. Men's suits are sold at Ermenegildo Zegna and Ascot Chang, and smart and casual menswear is available at ST Dupont. Made-to-measure tailoring services are offered by Ideal, Italian and Kawa tailors. You can stop off at Takly Shirtmakers for custom-made shirts. Chater House, of course, is the destination for Armani aficionados. Lingerie Shoes, bags, eyewear, belts and boots abound in the stores. There are embroidered bags and shawls at Tabla, whimsical accessory designs at Anna Molinari and Blumarine, and wacky prints on Anya Hindmarch bags and notebooks. Accessories come in all sorts of materials, but leather prevails. Jewellers Those seeking quality leather craftsmanship will find it in all of Hongkong Land's malls. Classic bags and wallets are available from American brand Coach, and from Furla and Lanvin. Luxury luggage from Louis Vuitton is a must for vacationing in style. Head to Christian Dior, Moschino or Versace for the funkiest in shoewear, and visit Manolo Blahnik for shoes with sheer style. Food and Beverages Lingerie stores are strictly for the women, but some, such as Calvin Klein, stock the odd pair of undies for men. Lingerie Cafe and Private Shop have a large selection of lace and silk. At Wolford Boutique, you will find patterned and plain hosiery, and swimwear. If you cannot find anything that suits you at those stores, try Fogul or Cachet Lingerie. Most of the jewellery outlets hosted by Hongkong Land are located in Prince's Building and The Landmark, where Hong Kong and international talents share square footage. Some of the jewellers have specific areas of expertise. For example, Wai Kee specialises in pearls, diamonds and precious stones. Diamonds and jade sit in Lane Joaillier Fine Jeweler. Favourite Jewellers and Four Degree have simple jewellery for daytime and casual occasions. The costume jewellery at Alexandre de Paris is ornate; you will also find funky hair clips and grips here. Georg Jensen and Links of London specialise in silver jewellery. Exclusive jewels come courtesy of Cartier, Bvlgari, Van Cleef and Arpels, and Tiffany & Co. Charriol has its own boutique full of watches, and Dickson Watch houses a number of big-brand watches. If you are going to spend all day shopping, you should know the stop-off points for essential, rejuvenating food and fluids. Go to Cova or Oliver's Super Sandwiches for breakfast, the Cafe Landmark or Kiku for lunch, and Mezz for dinner. A good place to meet friends is the Emporio Armani Cafe lounge bar. If you are planning to host your own soiree, pop into Ponti Food and Wine Cellar and Godiva Chocolatier for dinner-party treats.