British carpet weaver and knitter John Allen has collaborated with Loewe to create a series of accessories for the Spanish brand. The prints featured here have a nostalgic quality that is typical of octogenarian Allen's work. Highlights include the canvas and calf leather Cornish Harbour duffle bag (top right; HK$21,400), the texture-laden black and white Pink House beach tote bag (above left; HK$12,450) and the eye-catching Falling Leaves beach towel (above right; HK$8,800). Loewe is in The Landmark, Central.
Creative director Yiqing Yin's latest collection for Leonard mixes elaborate tailoring with comfortable daywear. Take, for example, the oversized denim jumpsuit (above right; HK$58,500), with delicate lace inlays that transform a workwear staple into a feminine masterpiece. We also love this silk lurex kimono-like blouse (HK$15,500) paired with the plain blue silk satin trousers (HK$16,500; both above left), though we do recommend a few ab-tightening workouts beforehand. Leonard is in The Landmark.
Established by Massimo Giorgetti, in 2008, MSGM can be relied on to bring an unapologetic blast of colour into Italy's conservative high-fashion scene. And this season is no exception. We love the pineapple fringe patch cotton shirt in a sweet pastel pink (top left; HK$4,800), the vivid yellow floral print trainers with a layered platform (above; HK$3,490), and the flirty pineapple skirt that contrasts olive green and peach hues (above right; HK$4,000). MSGM is available at Harvey Nichols, The Landmark.