The fortnight in fashion: Hong Kong pop-ups, parties, openings and more
Check out designer trunk shows (and Singles Day bargains) at Little Square, embrace monogram mania at Burberry or do your holiday shopping at a stylish charity bazaar.
Singles Day bargains from Hong Kong design trio at Little Square
Sarah Lai Label, PI’A and Carmen Chan Jewellery have joined forces for a pop-up at Little Square. Stock up on statement pieces, prints and dainty jewellery all under one roof. We’re coveting PI’A tuxedo trousers, Sarah Lai’s occasion dresses and quote rings from Carmen Chan. Enjoy 10 per cent off all purchases on November 11, Chinese Singles Day.
When: until November 29
Where: Little Square, G/F, 21 Square Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong
Revamp your home at iDecorate’s pop-up
Online store iDecorate has popped up in SoHo with affordable home items and stylish Christmas décor. The bright pink pop-up is full of eclectic finds like golden pineapples, printed plates, textiles and ornaments that will instantly transform your home. They’re stocking up on candles, vases and cake stands to make festive dinner tables picture perfect.
When: until December 4
Where: iDecorate, 67a Peel Street, SoHo, Hong Kong
Burberry gets personal
Monogramming has been a huge trend this year and it looks like it’s here to stay. Burberry embraced the craze with its ‘Personalised for you’ campaign that began with a big bash at its Pacific Place store last week. For a few days select stores will offer personalised monogramming services when you purchase a Burberry banner bag or bucket bag. Alternatively, if you’re looking for a perfect Christmas gift you can stock up on monogrammed scarves on their online store during the festive season.
When: Ocean Centre: November 12-13; Canton Road: November 14-15; Russell Street: November 16; Alexandra House: November 17
Where: Burberry Stores in Ocean Centre, Canton Road, Russell Street and Alexandra House
Guilt-free shopping at the AWA Charity Bazaar at PMQ
Shop for a good cause from more than 70 vendors at the American Women’s Association Charity Bazaar. The event has been going strong for 29 years and this year it’s bigger and better with lucky Lai See, a silent auction and the AWA Giving Tree. There will be a wide array of clothing, jewellery, gifts and more, with all funds going to education scholarships for Hong Kong students and charitable grants for those that need it most in the city.
When: November 13
Where: PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong