Gas station When André Gas started French jewellery label Gas Bijoux, in 1969, his pieces found a natural audience in the villas and beaches of St Tropez. Today, with his son and daughter at the helm, the brand’s glamorous allure is undiminished. Our wish list includes the Gaia feathered earrings (abvoe left; HK$2,990), Scapulaire necklace (above centre; HK$1,990) and Pondichery earrings (above right; HK$2,290). Gas Bijoux can be found at Rue Madame, IFC Mall, Central.

Minimal instinct Ports 1961 creative director, Natasa Cagalj, has delivered a sophisticated collection of conceptual minimalist pieces, with just a hint of skater girl. We’re fans of these looks of oversized ecru mohair knit (HK$8,500), wide-leg trousers (HK$4,300) and black silk hat (HK$2,500; above right); pink doublebreasted wool coat (HK$14,100) and camel wool hat (HK$2,700; both above left); and the green asymmetric satin dress (HK$8,000) and black wool hat (HK$2,900; both above centre). Ports 1961 is at 116 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui.

Towering strength Vertigo-inducing heels appear to have been the name of the game in Giuseppe Zanotti’s latest autumn-winter collection. We’ve fallen for the Lilith in blue (above centre; HK$10,400), the Katherine in black and gold (above right; HK$17,500) and the red asymmetric bootie (above left; HK$8,750). Giuseppe Zanotti is in IFC Mall.