Moving aid for quake victims Louis Vuitton has released a book featuring the photography of actor Chow Yun-fat. The profits from the book, entitled Chow Yun Fat: Moving Pictures (HK$1,288), will go towards the Hong Kong Red Cross for China Earthquake's relief operations. Available at all Louis Vuitton boutiques, including The Landmark, Central. Inquiries: 2736 6100 More Bosses in town Hugo Boss has opened two new outlets in Hong Kong. The first store, in Lee Gardens (above, right), will carry the Boss Black and Green collections, while the new Harbour City store will carry the Boss Orange collection. Hugo Boss, Shop G13, Lee Gardens Two, Causeway Bay, tel: 2576 4822, and Shop 2346-7, Harbour City, TST, tel: 2265 8131 Fresh face for Bally Bally has re-opened its Times Square location (below) carrying men's and women's ready-to-wear, accessories and footwear. Bally, Shop 211-2, Times Square, Causeway Bay, tel: 2506 3312. Lane Crawford supports PolyU grads Lane Crawford has teamed up with Hong Kong Polytechnic University to exhibit creations by 12 of the finalists from the school's annual fashion show. Entitled Future Fashion, the exhibition will run at Lane Crawford's IFC location until July 31. Victoria Beckham to launch a new line Victoria Beckham has announced she will launch a high-end, ready-to-wear line that will debut during New York Fashion Week in September. The as-yet unnamed collection is the second foray into clothing design for the former Spice Girl, who already has a successful denim line under her belt. Tom Ford behind 007's wardrobe Tom Ford has confirmed he was responsible for designing the wardrobe for actor Daniel Craig in the latest James Bond film, Quantum of Solace. Ford takes over from Italian label Brioni, which has outfitted James Bond in the past five films of the franchise.