Indigo Living is designing and sourcing original statement and limited-edition pieces to cater to the shifting preferences of consumers. 'People have emerged out of the recession with a [different] attitude,' says brand director Deirdre Gleeson. 'They are after quality rather than quantity. They want high-end statement pieces rather than lots of small bits. And they want things they feel passionate about - products they really love that are an expression of themselves.' This ethos fits hand in glove with Indigo Living, whose philosophy has always been to produce and source original high-quality home accessories and furniture that help customers to express themselves. The 18th-floor store will become the first retailer to debut the new Kelly Hoppen Home Collection this month. It will feature the celebrity designer's simple but opulent approach to interior design. Reflected in more than 30 pieces of vintage living and dining designs, the range will offer sofas, armchairs, chaises, coffee tables, side tables, trunks, dining furniture and bespoke cushions. 'Indigo's partnership with the Kelly Hoppen Home Collection is a perfect synergy,' says John McLennan, Indigo Living's managing director. 'Our philosophies for providing customers with the finest level of quality, innovation, attention to detail and inspirational ideas complement each other. 'We are very excited about bringing this amazing collection to Hong Kong because we feel our customer understands her chic aesthetic, and it provides accessible designer luxury that they desire.' The pieces are available in a variety of fabrics and finishes, including premium leather from Brazil and Argentina, and quality oak and pine from northern China, with the finest lacquer finish. 'The Kelly Hoppen Home Collection is perfect for Hong Kong. It provides understated glamour and opulence, and it is great for apartment living. The range offers beautiful pieces that will look great in any home,' Gleeson says. That versatility and ease of fitting into a home so effortlessly is also a notable feature of Indigo Living's own autumn collection, which draws upon a tribal chic theme. 'The pieces are elegant, have simple silhouettes and a natural earthy characteristic. It gives a natural look in the home,' Gleeson says. Produced by its in-house designers, the Tribal Chic collection offers easy-to-use accessories and larger furniture pieces that can instantly update a room. Earthy taupe and brown, the dominant colours of the collection, are lifted with occasional red details, which highlight textures, fabrics and designs. Key Tribal Chic pieces include cushions and soft accessories featuring strong black and white graphic embroideries with a touch of red; hand-turned pots and candle holders (each one a unique work of art); a range of Indian antique storage boxes, bowls and small tables; and Vietnamese lacquered furniture and accessories.