Tam brings couture to anime Vivienne Tam is designing two exclusive dresses for Animax Asia's series LaMB. The dresses are for the animation's protagonist Eve (far right) and feature the designer's signature east-meets-west style, with necklines cut down to add a sleek and sexy touch to match the story's futuristic setting. The dresses will be made into actual pieces that will be showcased when the series debuts in March. Model does the bling thing Diamond brand Forevermark will be exhibiting its Forevermark Precious Collection from February 10 to 13 (right). It includes jewellery designs by names such as supermodel and designer, Alek Wek, as well as local names such as Alan Chan, Barney Cheng and Bao Bao Wan. At the Landmark Atrium. Short and sweet for YSL American actor and musician Michael Pitt recently starred in a short film shot by photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for Yves Saint Laurent. Buffalos tee up a fund-raiser The Lantau Buffalo Association has launched a range of quirky Year of The Ox fund-raising tees, featuring a drawing designed by a student at Lantau International School. Only 800 tees are available and they come with an eco-shopping tote (HK$100 per set). Proceeds go to the association. Available at a range of outlets, including The Stoep Restaurant and Cafe Paradiso. Burberry ditches budget brand Burberry is discontinuing Thomas Burberry, its lower priced bridge brand, as part of a #50 million (HK$563.78 million) cost-saving initiative, according to trade publication Drapers. Adidas gets streetwise Adidas Originals is collaborating with three streetwear designers - Jeremy Scott, Alyasha and Kazuki. The collection, named Originals by Originals, includes apparel and footwear for men and women. It's available at all adidas boutiques including Times Square, Causeway Bay, tel: 25060165. Fresh faces for spring Giselle Bundchen has taken a break from the luxury brands and is the face of junior sportswear brand Rampage's latest advertising campaign. Meanwhile, designer Roberto Cavalli has transformed model Daria Werbowy into a willowy, blonde Marilyn Monroe for his spring campaign. Orla Kiely hits the target Following in the footsteps of designers such as Alexander McQueen and Thakoon is Irish designer Orla Kiely. The latest to lend her talents to mass retailer Target, the designer's range for the store includes homewares featuring the brand's signature quirky prints. Her range will debut on shelves later this month.