Five Hong Kong-inspired fashion and accessories gifts to give your nearest and dearest
- Cheeky clutches, a cashmere bomber jacket, and life-enhancing bracelets among our selection
- Not to be missed are G. O. D’s limited-edition Hello Kitty silk scarves
These fashion items from Hong Kong-based labels make for great holiday gifts.
Bomber jacket (HK$8,800) from Movers & Cashmere, www.moversandcashmere.com.
Movers & Cashmere was founded in 2016 by Leslie Tsang and already has a cult following thanks to its super-soft, high-grade cashmere in classic styles with a fashionable edge.
Perfect for travelling or running around the city, the bomber jacket now comes in a festive shade of red and is finished with luxe leather details and rose gold hardware.
Nathan Road scarf (HK$1,388) from G. O. D, god.com.hk
No other brand pays tribute to Hong Kong culture quite like G.O.D. Although it’s known for its tongue-in-cheek accessories and bold T-shirts, its latest limited-edition collection highlights Hello Kitty, one of the city’s favourite icons. Perfect for Christmas, the silk scarves are covered in a fun print showcasing familiar Hong Kong landmarks including neon shop signs and old tenement buildings.
Hong Kong Cufflinks (US$398) by City Cufflinks, www.citycufflinks.com/
After capturing the spirit of other cities including New York, London and Amsterdam, City Cufflinks has just released the Hong Kong cuff links. With only 500 sets available, the sterling silver pair depicts the city’s quintessential skyline, featuring buildings such as IFC, the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, the HSBC headquarters and Lippo Centre. Each set comes with a numbered certificate signed by design agency Seroj.
Vogue Box Clutch (HK$2,490) by Cecilia Ma, www.lanecrawford.com
Accessories designer Cecilia Ma was a finalist in Lane Crawford’s Creative Call Out and is known for her clutches featuring whimsical details and bold statements. Her box clutches are great for a night out and are made from acrylic emblazoned with cheeky quotes about life and fashion.
Beaded bracelet (HK$1,600) and drop earrings (HK$2,500) from Niin, www.niinstyle.com
Ethical and sustainable practices are at the core of eco-jewellery house Niin, which was founded by designer Jeanine Hsu. Using recycled materials wherever possible, its latest collection, Ha Tha, includes drop earrings made from green rutilated quartz to enhance concentration, and a beaded bracelet-cum-necklace of black rutilated quartz to remove negative energy and purify toxic thoughts.