Join the tribe The futuristic tribal trend has been gestating for some time now and, for spring-summer 2014, a whole medley of beads, feathers and associated motifs made it onto the catwalks. Local brand Daydream Nation has proven to be a style early bird, with its feathered Circle of Life neckpiece (above right; HK$2,995) perfect for lending drama to a simple dress. The Dreams do Come True necklace (top; HK$1,495), made from bobbles, sequins and pearls, is another strikingly original piece. The necklaces are available at Cocktail, Lee Gardens Two, Causeway Bay, tel: 2907 4388. Bootie calling Elegant, pointy booties are a must when the temperature drops, and we're really into the sleek lines of Gianvito Rossi's autumn-winter collection. When Italian footwear icon Sergio Rossi happens to be your father, it is fair to say the pressure is on, but Gianvito has done well for himself after many years under Rossi Senior's tutelage. Cases in point are the well-proportioned mustard ankle boot (above left; HK$7,200) and the army green python (above, second left; HK$12,100), which hits on a Safari theme. Gianvito Rossi is at 10 On Lan Street, Central, tel: 2522 4001. Raise the bar Who doesn't love Christian Dior's iconic Bar Jacket? The French maison's creative director, Raf Simons, has shown he can move away from his strictly minimal Belgian aesthetic when he wants to. Keeping it modern, though, will always be his forte, as shown by this red wool jacket (HK$43,000) and matching trousers (HK$9,400; both below right). With party season upon us, the elegant yet kooky cotton silk coat dress, seen here in off-white, pastel pink and black (far right; HK$57,000) is sure to be a winner. For something more sensual, there's the fresh pink silk dress (above right; HK$100,000), worn here with a knitted bra (HK$8,100) and metallic cotton high-waisted underwear (HK$9,200; all above right). Just remember to zip the dress all the way down when wearing this out - we don't want you getting arrested. Christian Dior is at 1 Peking Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2269 5000.