Cult attraction Rockers and heavy- metal enthusiasts will be happy to hear about the recent opening of Chrome Hearts' first boutique in Prince's Building, Central. Designed by renowned smith Leonard Kamhout, the cult-status jewellery label features a range of gothic-inspired chunky chains, necklaces and leather wear coveted by the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Julia Roberts, Steve Jones of the Sex Pistols and Britney Spears. Old world, new world 'I think British women are concerned about being cool. Whereas US women are more concerned with getting laid.' Fashion designer Zac Posen at www.vogue.co.uk White light Levi's is challenging the dominance of black in the fashion world with the launch of its new White Collection at the Levi's for Girls store (Extravaganza, Miramar Shopping Arcade, Tsim Sha Tsui). The new range features a variety of white tank tops, camisoles, minis and cargo pants and aims to shed a little light in the dark winter season. Haute Hollywood Italy's favourite designer duo, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, pay homage to America's icons in their new book Hollywood. Designed by the team at haute couture magazine Visionaire, it includes 100 glamour shots of Meg Ryan, Salma Hayek, Catherine Zeta Jones, Brad Pitt, Isabella Rossellini, Madonna and Halle Berry, all dressed, obviously, in Dolce & Gabbana. It contains interviews with stylists and photographers such as Ellen von Unwerth, Mario Testino and Gilles Bensimon, who talk about how they captured their iconic shots. The book, costing US$75, will be released next month, but eager beavers can buy copies online now at www.assouline.com . Vuitton venture A year after the inauguration of its flagship store in Omotesando, Japan, Louis Vuitton has opened a new boutique in Tokyo's Roppongi Hills. Designed by architects Aurelio Clementi and Jun Aoki, the shop features minimalist metal walls, the fashion house's signature monogram motifs and diamond-shaped facades and walls.