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With so many brands following the same streetwear trends, it can be difficult to discover menswear designers who are creating something that's truly unique. These four brands are changing the game through their unconventional designs, construction and wearability.


Founded in 2015 by brothers Giuliano and Giordano Calza, Italian label GCDS - “God Can’t Destroy Streetwear” - has garnered cult appeal thanks to its oversized silhouettes and bold graphics. A favourite among edgy fashion insiders, GCDS is frequently spotted on A-listers like Teyana Taylor, Joe Jonas, Lil Yachty, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner. Look no further than the brand’s colourful, eye-grabbing collection to make a statement.



Berlin might be known for its all-black sporty club-wear, but GOETZE is redefining the city’s sartorial cool factor. Founded in 2011 by Central Saint Martins graduate Sissi Goetze, the label is taking a fresh new take on classic menswear tailoring through striking patterns, unconventional cuts and minimalist design touchstones. Accessible, versatile and timeless, GOETZE’s subtle twist on men’s staples combines laid-back cool with an urban edge.



Los Angeles label RtA fuses street-tinged basics and high-end design through trend-forward pieces that can be worn casually or formally. Launched in 2013 by Eli Aran and David Rimokh, RtA specialises in lush fabrics and European craftsmanship, but with a pared-back West Coast flair.



Tokyo-based label Children of the Discordance is changing the game when it comes to sustainable fashion. Culling together fabrics from vintage outlets and fair-trade pieces from all over the globe, designer Hideaki Shikama combines his taste for early 2000s hip-hop styles with Japanese pattern-making techniques for clothing that’s both one-of-a-kind and personal.


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Athleisure blends fashion and comfort for everyday life. Check out some athleisure inspirations from Vaara, beyond Yoga, Abysse and P.E. Nation. Whether it is street-meets-sportswear or yoga-meets-fashion, you will find your personal style in the fit room.


Kayla Colourblock Stripe Performance Leggings HKD 1,350


A vision of model and entrepreneur Tatiana Korsakova, Vaara’s timeless and understated collection brings together fashion, wellbeing and the everyday. Made for the health-conscious, modern woman, the brand uses fine materials and intricate craftsmanship to create its effortless, versatile wardrobe.


‘Junko’ Checkerboard Performance Leggings HKD 1,900
‘Kay’ Checkerboard Raceback Sports Bra HKD 1,300

Driven by Tahitian surfer, Hanalei Reponty’s unconditional love for the ocean, Abysse combines fashion and function. The wetsuits, bikinis, and activewear are made from eco-friendly Japanese limestone neoprene and recycled fabric with an aim to increase environmental awareness.


‘Crossroads’ Twist Front Performance Tank Bralette HKD 500

Luxury athleisure brand Beyond Yoga seamlessly elevate classic silhouettes with striking prints, lush textures and intricate detailing.  At Beyond Yoga, the fabrics are responsibly sourced from all around the world. Designed to empowering woman to live their best lives, the collection is made for modern living. You will want to wear everywhere. 


‘Long Lift’ Layered Stripe Outseam Performance Leggings HKD 1,400

Refresh your altheisure look with a pop of colour. P.E. Nation’s aesthetic gives a nostalgic nod to Physical Education with a tomboy attitude, coupled with a focus on fit and functionality. Designed to take you to from the studio to the street, the brand celebrates an active way of life.


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Inspired by the liveliness of eyes, Christian Louboutin expands his opus of Eye Amplifiers, introducing Tape à l’Oeil Eye Colour collection. Enthused by and named after women who turn heads, this pigment-rich Eye Colour range is striking in tone and finish."Tape à l’oeil means eye-catching. It is a woman who exposes her femininity so that no one can miss her," describes the designer. Christian Louboutin’s Eye Colours enable a woman to enhance her eyes with a variety of looks to reveal or conceal her attitudes and intentions. The Maison introduces Eye Colour in two statement-making finishes – matte nude and metallic. Both collections launch in six shades for a total of twelve eye colours. 



Introducing the next generation of the coveted ambient® lighting edit from Hourglass. The unlocked edition features 6 new exclusive shades of powder, bronzer, blush and metallic strobe powder. This 100% vegan palette features the Hourglass symbol representing our commitment to being a cruelty free brand. A portion of profits from this palette will go to support the nonhuman rights project - the only civil rights organization in the united states working to secure legally recognized fundamental rights for nonhuman animals.




Charlotte Tilbury has the confidence-boosting, skin-enhancing answers you need. Introducing her new most magic concealer, Magic Away! – a miracle stick with concealing super powers in 16 magic shades. It instantly reduces the appearance of dark circles, blemishes and imperfections. The upshot of five years worth of work, this full coverage product is topped with a Magic Precision Sponge tip, designed to seamlessly roll over imperfections and leave behind a flawless, radiant complexion — no tricks necessary.






Monday, September 10, 2018

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Victoria Morris Pottery -
Gidon Bing -
Mt. Washington Pottery -




I started taking pottery lessons in high school and was totally obsessed after the first class,” says Victoria Morris, Founder of Victoria Morris Pottery based in Los Angeles. “I love the combination of the tactile, highly focused mental and physical experience of throwing, with the immediate gratification afterward of having made a functional object from a ball of clay.”

Morris is expressing a sentiment shared by many artisans; indeed, clay is one of our most ancient and loved materials.

Auckland-based sculptor Gidon Bing, is also a fan of clay’s immediacy. He creates deceptively simple, reductionist, works of art using experimental processes, represented in a select range of ceramic, metal and print works. “Concept to realisation can happen very rapidly, which is great for spontaneous conceptual work as well as rapid prototyping of more complex forms,” he says. “And I love its capacity for endless variation both in methods of construction, material and glaze and finish.”



Some of the material’s characteristics are just as appealing to users as makers, according to Bing, such as “its foundation in antiquity and our cultural heritage”. Morris goes further. “I think all handmade pottery is imprinted with the energy of the maker, and it’s that very quality that I believe translates into the unique feeling one gets when they hold handmade work of any kind. I love that there’s always an element of surprise with small studio pottery - the firings are all unique and different, so it’s virtually impossible to make any two pieces look the same.”




But raw material must be worked with the right process, and both are inspired by traditional manual craft. Bing’s creations combine this with a distinctly modern approach. “My steam wood bending methods and plaster model and mould making techniques are very traditional, but I often complement them with methods like laser cutting and 3D printing - this enables me to produce forms that have the tactility and boldness of hand-crafted objects with the precision that’s sometimes required for forms or objects that have human function.”



For her part, Morris creates her pieces uniquely by hand. “Every single piece is thrown on the wheel, trimmed, glazed and fired by me,” she says. “So I’d say each piece is quite personal and one of a kind.”





Morris’s and Bing’s works feature in store alongside charming, organically shaped pieces by Mt. Washington Pottery, geometric vases as part of Lane Crawford global exclusive collections and architecture-inspired creations by L’Objet. These beautiful ceramics will perfectly complement the showcase at Lane Crawford ifc mall by fashion industry veteran Leena Similu, a Lane Crawford Creative Call Out finalist from Los Angeles. Similu's studio Yaya Situation produces ceramic pieces inspired by her childhood summers amid the exotic landscapes of Cameroon.









Friday, September 07, 2018
Roam Free in Animal Print

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Big cat spots, zebra stripes and enigmatic python have leapt onto the style horizon. Once exclusively night-time, now designers are making them a wildly empowering choice for day.  Try this Jina dress from Isabel Marant Étoile, it is smartly concealed by the lively zebra pattern cast allover. Handknitted for the unique look, the cardigan from Sonia Rykiel has zebra and leopard details on each sleeve that channels the wild vibe.


Isabel Marant Étoile Zebra Print Dress HKD 5,280 | Sonia Rykiel Leopard Zebra Cardigan HKD 12,300



If you want to wear the animal print in a subtle way, pick a leopard print t-shirt from NSF. It looks great with skinny leather pants. A ruffle leopard printed skirt from Siliva Tcherassi also goes well with a simple shirt, making it look casual and cool.


Silvia Tcherassi Ruffle Leopard Split Skirt HKD 5,200 |  NSF Leopard Print T-shirt HKD 1,400


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Refresh your look this season with the latest menswear arrivals - wintry outerpieces from Moncler Genius x Craig Green, limited edition marble print raincoat from Dries Van Noten, and cult-favourite label Sacai’s AW18 collection. What’s more, enjoy an afternoon tipple while shopping at menswear department in stores on Sept 8 and 9.

5 Moncler Craig Green 


Moncler Genius joined hands with Craig Green once again to refresh its iconic edits. These handsome pieces speak volumes about dignity. The arrival of 5 Moncler Craig Green capsule will be one to put your tools down for.


Exclusive Limited Edition Marble Print Raincoat from Dries Van Noten
HKD 12,900

Originally featured as the finale of his men’s fashion show and to celebrate the arrival of his Autumn/Winter18 collection, Dries Van Noten designed ten exclusive Ebru marble printed raincoats each with its own colourway. This limited edition Vasquez raincoat delivers an artistic impression during rainy days. 



Slogan Print t-shirt HKD1,900 | Floral Print Shirt HKD 5,000


In Fall 18 collection, Sacai takes a standpoint through t-shirts, emblazoned with words from the New York Times ‘Truth’ campaign. The label’s hybrid aesthetics can be found on the bandana-like print. Abe collaborates with Reyn Spooner on the Hawaiian-inspired pattern. This style is ready to say Aloha to a hybridised, reconstructive ensemble.


Fancy a tipple? Whisky and craft beer tasting will be available in Lane Crawford ifc mall, Canton Road and Times Square from 2 to 6pm on Sept 8 and 9. Enjoy a sip of Scotch or local craft beer and receive a B&O portable bluetooth speaker upon spending HKD10,000 net or above on men’s clothing during the period.

B&O P2 Speaker in Black/Sand Tone


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Friday, August 31, 2018
Bring Nature into Your Home

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Living in a concrete jungle can make you feel removed from nature - and not everyone can make time for regular escapes - but you can bring the natural world in to refresh your home, even in the midst of the city.  Bringing wood into your interiors is one of the easiest and warmest of natural materials and comes in a variety of finishes, species and applications.



Wooden objects have a timeless, effortless appeal, and it’s easy to see why - the material’s natural grain and warm colour draws you in immediately. Whether in rustic, chunky side and dining tables and dining tables by Alcarol, or the upcoming geometric tables from Heerenhuis Manufactuur, and nature-inspired works by Lys Import, the tactile textural element elevates the ambience from the typical hard-edged apartment to a cosy space that will welcome you and your guests every time you walk in.


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Modern meets Feminine: Dion Lee x Lane Crawford Exclusive Collection
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Four Brands Pushing Boundaries in Men's Streetwear
The Fit Room: Nail the Athleisure Trend this Season
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