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Friday, September 08, 2017
Creative Callout 2017

Lane Crawford is inviting young, emerging members from the creative community to share their work for an opportunity to be working with us and to have their work showcased on Lane Crawford’s channels as well as in store.


If you are a designer or brand who would like to share your work with us, we also want to hear from you.


Interested individuals can register online at, to present your work at Creative Callout event during 26-29 September, 2017.


Friday, August 11, 2017

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To celebrate the modern Chinese craftsmanship, Asia’s iconic luxury department store Lane Crawford brings three Chinese artisanal brands together, showcasing a special edit of furniture and home accents from X+Q, Shang Xia and The Fabrick Lab. From bamboo marquetry jewellery box and handwoven cushion to exquisitely crafted figurine, each piece embodies the modern aesthetics with the spirit of Chinese culture. From August to September, “The Makers” series invites customers to experience the finest in Chinese artisanal design at Lane Crawford ifc mall and Pacific Place home store. Join us over cocktails as we discover the intricacy of the production journey with the designers and brand representatives. 



Founded by the renowned contemporary Chinese sculptors and artists Qu Guangci and Xiang Jing,
X+Q Art hopes to deliver a sincere wish of happiness, love and affection through their works. Each piece is completely handcrafted from beginning to end; the X+Q collections are made in limited quantities. Take a closer look at the soulful expression of Baby Bunny; it will make you pause and smile; while the “Ai Mei • Midsummer” can melt your heart with her angelic face. The “Ai Mei • Midsummer” series is Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts’ s first-of-its-kind collaboration with Chinese art collective X+Q Art. 

The initiative shares a passion for diversity, celebrating the unique sense of place of the Le Méridien hotels across Greater China. Each Midsummer girl represents a dynamic location of Le Méridien hotels in China with its own specially designed costume inspired by local places. 

“With its passion for culture, this collaboration is an ideal platform to share our inspirations and aspirations for art, bringing them to an audience that appreciates modern aesthetics and the emotions they evoke,” said Qu Guangci, co-founder, X+Q Art. “Our work with Le Méridien embodies our joint appreciation of different destinations and diverse local cultures, as well as the magic that lies behind the discovery of new places in greater depth.” 
The contemporary Chinese sculptor Qu Guangci will be joining the cocktail at Lane Crawford ifc mall on Aug 18 evening. Explore Qu’s sculpture language and his post-political expression techniques from the sculptures. He has an amazing ability to combine tradition and modern, culture and design, all at the right balance. A dedicated artisan from X+Q Art will demonstrate mold making process behind each unique collectible.

Shang Xia


Dedicated to the discovery of graceful living, Shanghai-based label Shang Xia, merges contemporary design and Chinese culture to create home accents. Bamboo is a part of many traditions and livelihoods. To preserve the natural beauty of bamboo, Shang Xia reinvents Zhejiang’s most remarkable handicraft: bamboo marquetry with modern technology. Inspired by the graceful lines of Ming Dynasty furniture, the ‘Twilight’ collection includes cherry wood jewellery boxes and round trays, inlaid with delicate carved bamboo. The created graphic lattice pattern is an innovation in the marquetry tradition, and Shang Xia logo is combined with the traditional sayagata pattern to form a unique, delicate yet durable design. This new collection continues to represent the flow of energy from the past, present and future. 


Discover the modern elegance of Twilight collection and the art of bamboo marquetry in store; Join the cocktail and experience the finest modern Chinese craftsmanship demonstration by the brand’s artisan on September 2 at Lane Crawford Pacific Place home store.


The Fabrick Lab


Devoted to the search for experimental textile surfaces and materials for bespoke luxury environment, The Fabrick Lab expands the boundaries of textile, connecting local villagers in Guizhou in the Southern China to co-design lifestyle products. 


Known as the ‘techno fairy’ by Elle Deco and a materialologist, The Fabrick Lab designer and founder, Elaine Ng designed an efficient work model with them to achieve skill exchange and helped Guizhou weavers to create a sustainable way of living through making craft. Batik wooden stool, silk scarf and handwoven cushion are handcrafted pieces, using traditional tools with generations of experience. From extracting indigo dye from plants to creating a naturally water repellent cotton surface, the local villagers take every inspiration from nature. The Fabrick Lab treasures traditional Chinese culture and reinvents home accents with a sense of continuity. The production of hand-dyed batik wooden stool shows that batik making technique can be applied to hard surface, which Guizhou artisans have never done before. 


Explore the exquisite handmade crafts of The Fabrick Lab. Elaine will share her creative inspiration on the use of experimental materials at Lane Crawford Pacific Place home store on September 16. Her work has been exhibited at museums like V&A in London and Textile Museum in Toronto; while her art and design research has been widely featured. Her distinctive design approach has proved inspirational to many. 

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From Miami to Hong Kong and China, Asia’s iconic luxury department store Lane Crawford collaborates with South Beach Miami boutique The Webster. From April 26, Lane Crawford will showcase a specially curated edit of worldwide exclusive fashion, must-have lifestyle and the hottest beauty looks in store and online, with more than 70 styles from over 20 brands that embody the sizzling energy of Miami. 

Lane Crawford and The Webster has invited a line-up of new brands such as Courreges, Gul Hurgel, Olympia Le Tan, Paco Rabanne, RetroSuperFuture, Saint James, Saloni, Seed and Stereo Vinyl; brands from Lane Crawford’s current portfolio including Bonpoint, Coach, Dior Beauty, Ellery, FRS, Ground Zero, Lisa Marie Fernandez, Maison Michel, Master & Dynamic, Mira Mikati, Orlebar Brown, Palm Angels, Proenza Schouler, Rosie Assoulin, Sandrine Rose, Solid and Striped, Tibi, Tortoise, Thom Browne and Vilebrequin, as well as influencers across fashion, lifestyle and beauty to join the Miami Fever. 


“The Lane Crawford customer is constantly looking for newness so we are very excited to collaborate with The Webster to create a unique experience for Hong Kong and China. We’ll be recreating the dynamic energy of South Beach in a specially designed Miami-inspired pop-up in store and online, where customers will also be able to discover a specially curated edit of worldwide exclusive products” said Andrew Keith, President, Lane Crawford. 

“Ever since having lived and studied in China, I have been fascinated with the forward sense of style I have seen exhibited, and am thrilled for the opportunity to collaborate with such an iconic, historic brand such as Lane Crawford. Miami is an incredibly energetic city that is rich in culture and diversity; we are so excited to share this unique collection with both the Lane Crawford and The Webster clients alike,” said Laure Hériard-Dubreuil, Founder and CEO, The Webster.
The pop-up stores in Lane Crawford will feature captivating visual merchandising displays as well as artistic installations to transport customers to South Beach, Miami. A tropical art deco inspired beach club installation including neon signs, straw beach huts, oversized, brightly coloured palm trees and inflatable flamingos highlight The Webster’s curated selection of South Beach-inspired fashion and lifestyle offerings. Laure Hériard-Dubreuil will host a cocktail event to celebrate the pop-up stores at Lane Crawford ifc mall on May 10. 

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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.

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Lane Crawford, Greater China’s iconic luxury department store, presents “The New Modern” to celebrate the new attitudes, designers and modern essentials that will transform our world of style. An inspiring edit of new brands and exclusive collections offer customers an opportunity to distill and rebuild what forms their everyday style.

Customers can also discover new perspectives through a series of art installations at Lane Crawford stores that embody “The New Modern” from new essentials for the everyday wardrobe to the future of modern living. 

Balenciaga’s new Creative Director, Demna Gvasalia, presents an aesthetic that is utterly modern, combining couture elegance with the thrill of the “now”. Through his quest to make something very familiar look incredibly exciting, Gvasalia echoes founder Cristobal Balenciaga’s uncompromising, and passionate pursuit of design with a collection that empowers women to make bold style statements. Channelling the essence of Balenciaga with “terrifyingly elegant” looks that speak to the modern woman, the new season offers a covetable collection of fashion-forward yet pragmatic pieces. To highlight the new Balenciaga, Lane Crawford collaborates with artist and photographer Luke Casey to create a special art installation for a window display at Lane Crawford ifc mall. 

To celebrate the new Autumn Winter collections from Gucci and Dries Van Noten, Lane Crawford has invited artist Nic Courdy, to design one-of-a-kind windows for its stores to showcase each brand’s new looks. Inspired by the hybrid of past and present art forms, Courdy uses multimedia to explore “compilation aesthetics”, creating visual masterpieces that travel through history, movements, and materials. Lane Crawford is proud to launch the Gucci Autumn Winter 2016 Menswear and accessories collections in stores this season, designed by Creative Director, Alessandro Michele. 

Exclusively launching in the all-black “The Modern Dandy” pop-up space at Lane Crawford ifc mall, the Denham x Art Comes First collection combines the undisputed denim know-how of Denham with the exquisite tailoring and sartorial elegance of Art Comes First. The collaboration offers a range of impeccably crafted pieces that exude a refined modern sensibility – the collection’s jeans, denim jackets, shirts, and sweatshirts redefine the standard of casualwear with sharp tailoring and sophisticated details. Founders of Art Comes First, Sam Lambert and Shaka Maidoh, will be joining Lane Crawford at upcoming “The New Modern” launch events to share their curated playlists.

From soft white T-shirts and perfectly cut jeans to boxfresh white leather sneakers and effortless black blazers, the dedicated Men’s Wardrobe Essentials spaces highlight everyday basics for the modern man, inspiring customers to create a signature look based on one or two simple wardrobe essentials.  

As the first retailer to launch the highly anticipated N°5 L’EAU in Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has partnered with Chanel to showcase the iconic new scent in specially designed installation spaces at Lane Crawford ifc mall and Canton Road. From September 1 to 11, customers will experience the essence of Chanel and the legendary N°5 at curated spaces featuring simple scenography and a water-inspired narrative. Created by celebrated perfumer, Olivier Polge, the new N°5 is a modern, fresh, and vibrant embodiment of the classic scent, reflecting an alluring effortlessness and independence that defines the modern-day woman. Simple yet sophisticated, the new N°5 respects its rich history while looking towards the future, encapsulating the epitome of now in an eternal scent that will be cherished for generations to come.

To showcase the latest lifestyle trends, Lane Crawford introduces new ways of modern living through a content collaboration with Design Anthology magazine and LAAB architects. In addition, from September 12 to October 18, “The Innovation Room” will feature a curation of pioneering products from the most innovative creatives and companies around the world. Customers will have the opportunity to touch, play and experience the newest start-up technologies and groundbreaking gadgets including Thync’s Calm and Energy Strips, Leap Motion’s virtual reality hand-tracking motion controller, Halfbike’s pedal-powered standing bicycle, Ambi Climate’s smart gadget for air conditioners and Smart Rope’s LED embedded jump rope. Full of products that excite and inspire, these are the creations that offer a glimpse into the future.

Lane Crawford is proud to launch the world’s first mirrorless digital medium format camera by Hasselblad. Designed for a new generation of passionate photographers, the X1D is set to be a game-changer in the world of photography. Inspired by the brand’s iconic heritage, each X1D camera is handmade in Sweden and combines Scandinavian sensibility with the beautiful performance that Hasselblad has come to be known for. A specially curated Hasselblad exhibition will be on view at Lane Crawford ifc mall, where customers may also pre-order the revolutionary X1D.

Lane Crawford also continues to introduce the newest emerging brands to Hong Kong through special collaboration projects and exclusive collections: 


A second-generation Chinese-American born and raised in New York, Sandy Liang debuts at Lane Crawford this season with a worldwide exclusive capsule collection. Liang is loved for her distinctly laidback style and designs that ooze an easy confidence. Her romantic capsule collection features shirting pieces inspired by everyday workwear essentials with a touch of humour and downtown attitude. Wavy hemmed dresses and spliced shirts exude a playful nonchalance, while quirky details such as ruffles, stripes, and bows play on dualistic qualities of hard and soft. Created for modern city girls seeking elevated wardrobe classics, Sandy Liang’s new capsule collection strikes the perfect balance between personality and sophistication.

The newest name in Lane Crawford’s Created in China programme, where we nurture and champion emerging Chinese designers, is Xiao Li, a critically acclaimed knitwear label founded by China-born, London-based designer, Xiao Li. The brand was shortlisted for the prestigious LVMH Prize in 2015. Celebrated for its experimental, sculptural take on knitwear, Xiao Li’s colourfully voluminous designs feature innovative yarns and textures and are inspired by modern architectural structures. Garments are deconstructed, giving the illusion of being unfinished, and jackets are created from an embossed technical fabric that feature stepped hems, reflecting the idea of speed.

Newcomer Monse, by designers Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, debuted last year to a line-up of high-profile industry insiders with a collection of modern wardrobe staples that exude an easy elegance with a touch of glamour. Having spent a combined 18 years under the tutelage of Oscar de la Renta before starting their own label, Kim and Garcia are well versed in the art of female dressing. Defined by reworked shirting and separates, Monse’s Autumn Winter 2016 collection features sharp, wearable pieces inspired by vintage men’s suiting with asymmetric cuts and deconstructed tailoring to create new shirting staples. 


By Walid catapults the modern-day philosophy of sustainability to the forefront with its one-of-a-kind garments crafted with handpicked antique fabrics. Created by British-Iraqi designer, Walid Al Damirji, By Walid transforms 18th and 19th century fabrics into contemporary couture pieces, each one unique in its own right and embodying delicate, artisanal originality. Transporting customers on a journey through history, By Walid is a collection of rare, romantic creations that finds beauty in the old, the discarded, and the forsaken.

                                                     By Walid                                                  Wan Hung

The newest menswear designer to join Lane Crawford’s Created in China programme is Wan Hung, founded by London-based designer Wan Hung Cheung in 2014. The emerging label is defined by its classic silhouettes and sharp tailoring, where traditional wardrobe essentials are reinvented through innovative use of textiles and prints as well as contemporary detailing. Originally hailing from Hainan, China, Cheung juxtaposes the natural beauty of his hometown with the modern-day urban experience to create luxury collections that are sophisticated yet playful.

The Fit Room

The highly anticipated Fenty x Puma collection by music superstar, Rihanna, also makes its debut at Lane Crawford this season. The athleisure-meets-streetwear collection sees Rihanna’s personal aesthetic injected into bold sportswear pieces featuring dramatic proportions, genderless designs, and deconstructed looks. Challenging traditional male and female silhouettes, Rihanna “blurs the lines between genders that are oftentimes too rigid for her fashion tastes”, creating maximalist-style pieces punctuated by gothic elements and a heavy dose of attitude. From hoodie dresses and reinterpreted bomber jackets to oversized coats and skin-tight jumpsuits, the first Fenty x Puma collection makes a bold statement with its amped-up take on traditional sportswear essentials.


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Lane Crawford, Asia’s leading iconic luxury department store, was pleased to support the gala dinner of amfAR, The Foundation for AIDS Research, in Hong Kong on March 19. This gala event was well attended by international celebrities, models and socialites, including British fashion designer Victoria Beckham, American actresses Uma Thurman and Michelle Rodriguez, American actor Adrien Brody, Czech supermodel Karolina Kurkova and Chinese concert pianist Lang Lang. 

As part of its "Created in China" strategy which kicked-off in 2013 to discover and nurture emerging Chinese creatives, Lane Crawford has invited emerging Chinese creative talents across fashion and design to attend this global fundraising gala and showcase occasion attires designed by a new generation of talented Chinese designers. The guests include Lu Yan, Founder of Chinese fashion brand Comme Moi, Victoria Tang Owen and Christopher Owen, co-founders of local agency Thirty30 Creative, Anais Jourden Mak, Designer of Hong Kong fashion brand Jourden, Grace Lam, Fashion Director and Image Consultant, Leaf Greener, Fashion Stylist and Creative Consultant, Lucia Liu, Fashion Director of T Magazine China, and Zhao Lei, renowned Chinese supermodel. 

Friday, March 18, 2016
Art & Desire

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This weekend, indulge yourself with “Art and Desire” at Lane Crawford stores. Lane Crawford ifc mall will be hosting BlackOut, an experimental black and white photography exhibition featuring the works of renowned fashion photographer Ellen von Unwerth and presented by Memorieslab. Expect different photographic framings from snapshots, portraits and landscapes to stills that explore a female’s epic journey.


Lane Crawford Pacific Place Home will also showcase Woolgathering in collaboration with Usagi Gallery, a series of tapestries by Finnish contemporary artist and designer Kustaa Saksi. The artist specialises in graphic storytelling through textile arts, combining organic qualities with uniquely detailed textures with rich colour palettes and experimental materials.

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Let’s Pack It Up: The New Luggage Collection from OOKONN X STUDIO CONCRETE
André Fu living debutes global exclusive collection at Lane Crawford
A Sneak Peek Into Aishwarya’s magical world
Roberto Coin: The Animal Kingdom
Embrace Autumn with 3.1 Phillip Lim x Woolmark
‘’walk-in’’ sacai | Exclusively for Lane Crawford

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