Colourful partnership H&M plans to work with British designer Matthew Williamson - who is famous for his colour-drenched designs and prints - on one men's and two women's ranges that will launch between April and May. What a peach Japanese label Peach John has opened a 1,500 sq ft store in Causeway Bay, stocking the brand's fashionable lingerie collection as well as clothing, outerwear and cosmetics for young women. Peach John, 2/F World Trade Centre, Causeway Bay. Lucky dip Agnes b. has launched its so-called Fortune Bag (HK$250), with each containing a surprise item from the brand's various collections. The French brand will donate HK$50 from each sale to Make-A-Wish Hong Kong. Available at all Agnes b. and Agnes b. sport boutiques, inquiries: 2805 0678 So many possibilities I.T has relocated its store in Silvercord. Occupying 10,000 sq ft, the store is divided into 14 different areas, each with a unique design and concept. Japanese brand Tsumori Chisato and label A.P.C. will have their own dedicated sections. I.T, LG01 & LG16-17, lower ground floor, Silvercord, 30 Canton Road, TST, tel: 2730 7681 Art tour discontinued Chanel has cancelled its Mobile Art tour, which launched in Hong Kong earlier this year, according to Women's Wear Daily (WWD). The tour was originally scheduled to be shown in other major cities worldwide in a structure designed by architect Zaha Hadid. Pashmy that bag Tod's has opened a new boutique at Elements. Measuring more than 1,500 sq ft, the boutique is decked out in hues of ivory, light grey and chocolate brown, with lacquered wood furniture and wall shelves resembling bookshelves. Expect to find both women's and men's collections. To celebrate the opening, the brand has also created a limited-edition Pashmy bag (above), with a unique pendant. Shop 2039, Level 2, Elements, TST. Turlington for Bally Bally's spring campaign will feature photos of supermodel Christy Turlington taken by Italian photographer Mario Sorrenti, and will debut in February. Brands withdraw from Byrant Park DKNY, Vera Wang and Betsey Johnson have opted out of showing their wares at Bryant Park for New York Fashion Week next February, choosing smaller-scale presentations instead, says WWD.