Flower power New York-based British footwear designer Paul Andrew's designs are fun, flirty and feminine. Standouts include the Blossom Blush with PVC heel (above right; HK$9,400) and the Chrysler Zenadia in black cheongsam silk (above left; HK$7,800). Paul Andrew is available at On Pedder, 16 Queen's Road Central.
Take cover One minute the sun is shining, the next it's raining … how does one dress for spring's temperamental weather? The answer is layering. Take a look at these two looks from New York label M.Patmos. We love the ensemble of off-white reversible coat (HK$19,600), sleeveless turtleneck tunic (HK$13,700), long-sleeved jumper (HK$4,900), grey trousers (HK$7,100), ribbed leggings (HK$6,400), blanket (HK$34,700) and knit beanie (HK$2,700; all above). Another great look for spring is the grey reversible blazer (HK$10,800), reversible trousers (HK$7,800), quilted scarf (HK$4,400) and knit beanie (HK$2,700; all below). M.Patmos is available at Joyce, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui.
Down to a fine art For Hugo Boss' spring-summer 2016 collection, artistic director Jason Wu has taken inspiration from the Bauhaus movement and, specifically, the work of Josef Albers and Wassily Kandinsky. The result is a line of accessories featuring a patchwork design. The smaller bag in pastel pink (below) is priced at HK$15,900 and the larger one in blue and orange (above) at HK$16,900. Hugo Boss is at 1 Pedder Street, Central.