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Friday, November 10, 2017

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Share the Joy of Giving with Lane Crawford, Asia’s iconic luxury department store, by finding the perfect gifts for your special ones and spreading love to the community this festive season. With a world of breath-taking creativity, luxury lifestyle and curated gifts in store and online, Lane Crawford has everything you need to create an unforgettable Christmas.



Bring Christmas to life in your home with inspirational ideas to trim your tree in thematic antique gold, red or white from a wide selection of handcrafted decorative ornaments, baubles and fairy lighting from Shishi AS and the Lane Crawford global exclusive collection. A well-decorated Christmas tree will become the perfect base for all your wonderful gift boxes.


Lane Crawford presents global exclusive Christmas sweater and knitwear collections for the family, including collaborations with millennials’ favourite Olive and Frank; cashmere specialists INK and Lingua Franca; plus knit experts Johanna Ho, Short Sentence and Threadsmith. Alexander McQueen’s signature scarves, Stuart Weitzman’s suede boots, Thom Browne’s knit beanies, as well as Céline’s red card cases, all go hand-in-hand with Needle & Thread’s dazzling occasion dresses and Harris Wharf London’s timelessly refined tailoring coat to complete a classic winter look.



The ultimate festive wonderland is filled with dress-up sets from Meri Meri, creative craft kits from Donkey, innovative water-based paint for walls and windows from Masking Color, plus an array of educational games. Taking inspiration from fashion-forward parents, Lane Crawford is also debuting global exclusive collections in children’s fashion from Comme Moi, emoji-inspired 8 Bit and Lingua Franca.



Fun, festive, and luxurious cosmetic sets are the perfect gift for women of all ages.  The SHISEIDO Parlour x Lane Crawford global exclusive skincare gift boxes feature culinary treats from Shiseido's Ginza confectionery. This global debut collaboration celebrates the confluence of love, culture and taste. Shiseido loyalists will be delighted by signature skincare collections exclusively created for Lane Crawford.



For those who understand that beauty starts from within, our edit of festive wellbeing treats will supercharge their positive flow. Boasting natural and organic ingredients, The Beauty Chef’s holiday glow set, This Worksdream big kit, Vanessa Megan’s mini natural perfume set and Welleco’s sleep welle caddy/calming mist are perfect gift ideas for wellness afficionados.


Lane Crawford also presents the global exclusive “Chi” water bottle by VitaJuwel. The gems inside the vials transfer their stabilizing and calming energy to the water, which is perfect for yoga and meditation practitioners.



Create a beautiful Christmas meal for your loved ones with Lane Crawford. From gorgeous plates and platters from L’Objet to brass brushed cutlery sets from Valerie Objects, plus Christmas tabletop, festive stemware and candleholders from Astier De Villatte, have fun dressing up the dining table for your home parties these holidays.


For connoisseurs of top-class tipples, Lane Crawford offers an expertly curated selection of Japanese, rare and collectible whiskeys, plus limited-edition champagnes. Featured brands include Suntory Hibiki, Yamazaki, Tom Dixon x Johnnie Walker Blue Label limited edition, and Dom Pérignon by Tokujin Yoshioka limited blanc and rose champagne. Fine decanters and glasses by Baccarat, Riedel and Saint-Louis Crystal are the best companions to appreciate the elegant aroma of fine vintage wines and spirits. 

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Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez have a new love affair and it is with the sights and sounds of the street. The duo has conjured up Proenza Schouler PSWL, a capsule collection with high style for everyday pieces that will be the ‘glue’ to your wardrobe.

Find boyfriend denims in a true-blue wash; colour-block rugby shirts and sweats to layer up over polo necks; curvaceous trucker jackets with the signature corset lacing and see through sugar pink plastic rain macs with just that hint of kink. There are zesty Memphis style prints on long sleeved tees, patterned webbing belts plus radical logo graphics keeping everything looking street smart and pretty.

The line is easy, fuss free and ultra-desirable.




Friday, October 20, 2017

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The name is a fusion of pH meaning balance and Vlo or flow, a lifestyle, design and collaboration platform for creative talent. It is more than just another brand, but a line of sustainably manufactured products that enhance life performance.


Phvlo is born out of a multi-disciplined creative community including MA students at Central Saint Martins whose shared desire is to make ecologically sound yet high functioning products. With the exclusive Lane Crawford debut, find bra tops with removable corset bands, jackets with two sets of sleeves that you can zip in and out to transform the garment from straight and sporty to couture and flared by night.





Sustainable fabrics include Italian jersey and an ingenious Japanese uncoated rain repellent fabric with a dense slanted weave. With such intrinsically positive values and innate and wearable styles, that extra hour now seems within reach.




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Friday, September 22, 2017

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BYT is an award-winning luxury upcycled fashion brand that rescues surplus luxury materials and transforms them into beautiful enduring designer pieces using socially responsible business practices.  Designed by an emerging design duo, Kévin Germanier and Victor Chu, the inaugural BYT ‘Trailblazer Trio’ collection features a timeless with a twist interpretation of the traditional blazer, trench and biker jacket with modern cut-out back details that were partly inspired by a discarded jacket found years ago from a clothing bin that was rescued through a creative DIY process.  The seven piece collection is created using upcycled luxury fabrics in classic colours of blacks, ivories, blues, houndstooths and pinstripes in an array of light-weight wool, cady crepe, and denim. BYT collaborates with and donates 10% of profits to sister charity Redress, an environmental NGO working to reduce waste in the fashion industry.  

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The EcoChic Design Award is a sustainable fashion design competition organised by Redress inspiring emerging fashion designers and students to create mainstream clothing with minimal textile waste. Designers are educated with the theory and techniques to enable them to create sustainable clothing via zero-waste, upcycling and reconstruction. The competition puts emerging sustainable design talent in the spotlight, creating a platform for the next generation of designers to cut waste out of fashion.


“As part of Lane Crawford’s commitment to supporting young emerging talent, we are pleased to support the EcoChic Design Award and its cause of promoting sustainability in fashion with the next generation of designers,” said Joanna Gunn, Chief Brand Officer of Lane Crawford, and one of the Competition’s judges.


British designer Kate Morris won the first prize, who demonstrated three design techniques of the future - zero-waste, upcycling and reconstruction - mixing handcraft and technology to create a bright and playful knitwear collection. 


“I believe the fashion industry has reached a critical point and I want to be part of the change – designing sustainable items of beauty for the masses is my dream and I am excited about winning this competition as it will me enable to contribute to a better future,” said Morris.





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You can access the Finalist's Photo shoot shot by Wing Shya here:

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Lane Crawford, Asia’s iconic luxury department store, presents the highly anticipated capsule collection that won Gabriela Hearst the 2016/17 International Woolmark Prize (IWP), which aims to identify future design stars and showcase new and captivating interpretations of Merino wool through their collections. In addition, Lane Crawford is also featuring the capsule collections from the womenswear winners, TOTON and Faustine Steinmetz of 2016/17 IWP Asia regional final and British Isles respectively.



“As part of Lane Crawford’s commitment to supporting emerging talent and design innovation, we are proud to be the exclusive retail partner in Greater China to support the prestigious International Woolmark Prize and its winners. I am honoured to be one of the judging panels to choose the final winner among other industry experts in Paris,” said Joanna Gunn, Chief Brand Officer, Lane Crawford. “The technical innovation, high quality craftsmanship and incredible creativity in working with the sustainable Australian Merino wool by Gabriela Hearst, TOTON and Faustine Steinmetz are impressive. We believe that these winning capsule collections will appeal to our customers interested in wool as a natural fibre and premier ingredient in luxury apparel.”

“Placing Merino wool firmly on the world stage, the International Woolmark Prize shines a spotlight on the boundless potential and extraordinary versatility of fashion’s finest fibre. Strengthening our reputation for fostering emerging design talent, the prestigious award connects the decision-makers of the future with today’s leaders in retail and trade like Lane Crawford to ensure the inspiring and ongoing use of wool,” said Stuart McCullough, Managing Director, The Woolmark Company. “In this year, for the first time, the menswear and womenswear finals were held together at a star-studded event at the iconic Palais de Tokyo, Paris. The USA’s Gabriela Hearst was chosen as the womenswear award winner with sleek silhouettes and crisp, tailored lines.”



Born in Uruguay, Gabriela Hearst, the New York-based designer was praised for her technical innovation and quality craftsmanship. Her womenswear collection, inspired by WW2 Italian journalist, author, and political interviewer Oriana Fallaci, presents sleek silhouettes with updates on trench coats, pleats and an evening dress. “It is an honour not only to be recognised by the industry, but also to be able to work with such an exceptional material,” says Hearst, who spent her childhood growing up on her parents’ sheep farm. “Wool is an amazing fibre with so many inherent qualities that can benefit humans, and it has supported my family for so many generations."



Gabriela Hearst


Founded in 2012, Toton Januar and his business partner Haryo Balitar built TOTON on the foundation of Indonesian heritage, celebrating craftsmanship and re-contextualizing traditions. Their winning design explored the versatility of Australian Merino wool by developing and manipulating the fibre with traditional Indonesian methods to produce exotically embroidered and textured fabrics, as well as a men’s tailoring-inspired look that would suit Southeast Asian climates and support local hand-crafting techniques.




“This is simply unreal,” said Toton Januar after his win. “It’s the first time that Indonesian designers are participating in the International Woolmark Prize, and it means so much to us. We were so excited to explore and manipulate wool with traditional Indonesian craftsmanship, and give greater meaning to ‘people making things for people.” His business partner Haryo Balitar echoed “we want to make sure we support and promote the unique traditions and age-old techniques of our people.”



Faustine Steinmetz


For her winning womenswear outfit, Faustine worked with the raw Merino wool fibre, carding and dyeing it in different shades of indigo before felting it onto a Merino base fabric. “It feels so startling to have won and I’m really happy,” said Faustine Steinmetz, winner of 2016/17 International Woolmark Prize British Isles region. “Wool is the most versatile material and I’m excited to develop this collection for the international final.”



These IWP capsule collections are available at Lane Crawford ifc mall and Shanghai Times Square, as well as online at





Friday, September 08, 2017

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If any colour defines 2017, it is pink. From the powdery pretty shades of Spring, the hue has mutated to fruity tones of fuchsia and raspberry that still resonate with the sense of feminine empowerment that brought the colour to cult status in political and pop circles alike. So when Lane Crawford chatted to the LA based brand Co, about a global exclusive collection, pink was top of the agenda for the L.A. dwelling founders of the brand, Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern.


Practicality and polish are Co’s bywords and that shines through in their capsule that features a pink silk pussy bow blouse dress that would look perfectly en point with a pair of fire red engine boots and piece of plush knitwear. Another favourite is a cable knit that gradates through the pink shade spectrum and promises to vibrate with joy on autumnal days.
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This Month's Entries:
The Family Jewels
EASY STREET: Introducing Proenza Schouler PSWL
Explore the Fascinating World of Feng Shui with Lydia Courteille

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