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Friday, April 21, 2017

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Founded by Yoon Chun Ho, emerging Korean brand YCH presents collections brimming with interesting, bright colour combinations, bold prints and rebellious punk aesthetic. YCH filled the runway with unique details such as the signature slits and mesh pleats. The SS17 Collection, ‘What a lovely war’, reinterpreted military looks with a romantic touch. Focusing on graphical elements, YCH developed its own camouflage pattern with heart symbols - the brand seeks for trendiness with a touch of punk, feminine and street mood.

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

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Established by decoupage artist John Derian in 1989, John Derian Company Inc is known for its plates, platters, paperweights, coasters and bowls decorated with his signature paper cut-out style. John combines his love for painting and craft, he began to work with artisans to develop reprints from his personal archives of 18th and 19th-century images, mostly sourced from dealers, antique bookshops and flea market during his travel. Handmade in John’s New York studio, each design is embellished using decoupage techniques to create decorative pieces such as paperweights and trays that will bring charm and character to your interior space.




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Friday, April 07, 2017

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Heavily influenced by music, fashion and culture from the past and present, MAGIC STICK’s bold aesthetic features statement graphics, prints and slouchy, oversized staples. As one of the cult Japanese streetwear label, MAGIC STICK recreates the great time of the 90’s through its clean design. 

Inspired by Francis Ford Coppola’s classic war film "Apocalypse Now", the SS17 collection is entitled "Death from Above”. Mixing up oversized fittings with materials sourced from the period of Vietnam War, the new collection integrates signature urban military aesthetic into street. For instance, dazzle camouflage pattern is used extensively nowadays, which was first introduced on Battleships during World War 1. A style infused take on a casual classic, MAGIC STICK doesn’t feel compelled to follow fast fashion trends, instead it moves towards simple silhouettes that never get outdated. 
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Friday, March 31, 2017

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Founded in 2011 by Japanese designer Hanako Maeda, ADEAM is inspired by her two hometowns of Tokyo and New York, the designer’s collections perfectly fuse art with wearability. ADEAM Resort 2017 draws inspiration from traditional Japanese summer dressing. The yukata, customarily warn during the warmer months, is a lightweight kimono with a looser silhouette, made with silk crepe or linen. 

Women's yukatas are traditionally belted with silk obis made with shibori fabric. Shibori is a technique where the material is twisted and bound while dyeing to create intricate patterns. In this collection, the traditional shibori is reimagined as textured organza fashioned into obi-like bow accents and deconstructed skirts. In addition to the women’s yukata, the collection also borrows from Japanese summer menswear. Natural beige and indigo-dyed linens are commonly used fabric for men's yukatas, and make appearances in this collection as menswear-inspired pieces such as the oversized trench coat and the wide-leg pant. The collection filters traditional Japanese summer dressing through the designer's intercontinental lens.


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Friday, March 24, 2017
Maria Tash’s Pop-up Salon

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Lane Crawford, Asia’s iconic luxury department store and a globally recognised retail innovator, presents Maria Tash’s elegant fine jewellery collection in a pop-up salon in its ifc mall and Canton Road stores. Being the first retailer in Asia, Lane Crawford has invited celebrity piercer Maria Tash and her expert team from New York and London to offer styling advice and piercing service from April 5 to April 17, 2017.

With over 20 years of experience, Maria Tash’s eponymous piercing and tattoo spa in New York City is frequented by celebrities and the fashion and beauty industry elite, many of whom travel to see Maria in person for her unique technique and unrivalled design eye. Since the opening of her London studio at Liberty Jewellery Hall in 2016, Maria Tash is widely regarded as the pioneer of the modern movement for luxurious, dainty diamond jewellery in unusual areas. 

Her unique technique and unrivalled design eye has created a new wave of fashionable piercings, and therefore attracted celebrity fans including Scarlett Johansson, Beyoncé, Miley Cyrus, Gwyneth Paltrow, FKA Twigs, Julianne Moore and Zoe Kravitz among her loyal clientele.

Inspired by the art of body piercing and Indian and Pakistani design, Maria Tash’s collections are filled with everything from gold spikes on tiny-hoops to diamonds set in scalloped gold. She also ensures these exquisitely fine earrings are not only hypoallergenic and durable, but also comfortable and beautiful. Her classic diamond eternity ring and single diamond heart and arrow studs are the most popular pieces. Together with a wide range of clever closures and decorative backings earrings, her expert team will offer tailored ear curation and piercings according to customer’s personal style.

A private consultation with Maria Tash can be reserved at Lane Crawford ifc mall and Lane Crawford Canton Road.

Friday, March 17, 2017

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A desire for a new kind of evening wear – modern, clean, cool – lies at the heart of Galvan London. The London-based label was established by four young women from the worlds of fashion and contemporary art: Anna Christin Hass, Sola Harrison, Carolyn Hodler and Katherine Holmgren. Frustrated by the formality and over-embellishment of most evening wear, they decided to launch Galvan in 2014. The brand reflects their shared longing for a more cosmopolitan approach, for something luxurious but also effortless, fashion-forward yet timeless, versatile enough that it can be styled differently and worn repeatedly.


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Friday, March 10, 2017

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With an emphasis on flawless luxury, comfort and functionality, Korean based womenswear label, KUHO, offers up effortlessly cool, minimalist pieces that often find their roots in the creative sphere. Fine art, ballet, photography and architecture have all played roles in past collections and shaped previous campaigns to striking effect. It plays with shape and form to create streamlined clothing that is at once strong and delicate, structured yet fluid which you can wear for work and going out in the weekend.


Clean, uncomplicated lines point to someone with more than clothing on her mind, while playful flourishes reveal an understated style maven, confidently settingher own sartorial rules. Largely devoid of embellishment, the label instead uses bold prints, unexpected pops of color and rich, custom made fabrics to make a statement.



KUHO SS17 Collection is exclusively available at Lane Crawford ifc mall, Canton Road, and online at

This Month's Entries:
Maria Tash’s Pop-up Salon
Get Moving

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