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Friday, September 08, 2017

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The local label collaborates with Parisian dancer Bouboo Thecrow for Lane Crawford


Ffixxed Studios has always done things differently. Founded by designers Fiona Lau and Kain Picken and based in the heart of Shenzhen’s mountains, the couple mesh artful ideas with minimal pieces that are hand-created by a family of seamstresses in their local community.


In this global exclusive collection for Lane Crawford, the duo created a selection of pieces that extend their workwear-oriented Autumn Winter 2017 collection. “A white shirt, a tapered trouser, a long wool coat and puffer jacket feature subtle shifts and details. Recently, we’ve been interested in dance, particularly Parisian dancer Bouboo Thecrow. His individual style mixes urban and formal elements, and have formed the inspiration behind these pieces,” says Lau.


“Bouboo is from Paris but is currently based in Shanghai. We’ve been following him online and when we found out that he was based in China, we were even more intrigued and decided to get in contact with him,” she explains.


His unpredictable yet elegant moves have mesmerised Ffixxed Studios: “Dance can elicit such a powerful emotional response, and we can watch his videos for hours with a consistent level of enthusiasm.” This beguiling combination of beauty, art and movement has led to a series of elegant wardrobe pieces that speak volumes.




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Friday, September 01, 2017

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Nine One Seven offers a collection of graphic-based tees and sweaters by professional skater Alex Olson. This is not just an elevated streetwear but a brand that chimes with hardcore skate enthusiasts, with more than a nod to classic New York City motifs. Featuring a witty ‘All American Burger’ print long sleeve T-Shirt, a logo print of New York area code ‘917’ hoodie and the quirky macaroni casserole print skateboard crafted by 7-ply maple wood that will complete your skater look.





Skate lovers should not miss Nine One Seven's humorous designs, discover its latest collection in Lane Crawford stores or online at



Thursday, August 10, 2017

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Founded in 1850, Lane Crawford, Asia’s iconic luxury department store, has always been at the forefront of fashion and luxury lifestyle through its collaborations with some of the most influential names from the worlds of fashion, jewellery, beauty and lifestyle. 


To continue this journey, Lane Crawford joins hands with its sister company JOYCE boutique for the first time, offering a curated selection of Autumn Winter 2017 genderless collections from 17 pioneering brands new to Lane Crawford customers, available in store and online.


At the JOYCE pop-up shop, Lane Crawford introduces international brands from cutting-edge brands that are rewriting the style rulebook to bold new directions from influential names including Juun.J, Raf Simons, Rick Owens, Vetements and Yohji Yamamoto. Other avant-garde and cutting-edge brands include Alyx, Ambush, Ann Demeulemeester, Aries, Courreges, Craig Green, Hyein Seo, J.W.Anderson, Jacquemus, Jil Sander, King and Undercover. 


To launch this very special pop-up partnership, JOYCE created the ‘No Man is an Island’ series — an exclusive collection of interviews with the minds and personalities of creators and talents who make up the JOYCE family — that will be featured on Captured on camera and photographed in their own environments, it demonstrates that no individual can stand alone. As exemplified within the Lane Crawford Joyce Group, the key to success is coexistence, reliability and motivation from others. The interviews delve deeper in to the relationships with those whom they depend on most of all: the people who made them who they are.


To celebrate the arrival of these exciting collections, Lane Crawford and JOYCE have invited Korean designer Juun.J to personally launch his AW17 collection at Lane Crawford ifc mall on September 5, 2017.




Diversion of Classic

Graduated from ESMOD Seoul in 1992, Juun.J worked at many prestigious fashion houses before creating his label Lone Costume in 1999. During Paris Men’s Fashion Week in 2007, Juun.J launched his namesake label and quickly established himself as the most innovative designer to watch. By deconstructing traditional ideas in menswear, Juun.J's decidedly modern approach to design is deeply rooted in his masterly knowledge in classic tailoring, where he shatters old notions to create new silhouettes. Largely inspired by youth and street culture, Juun.J refers to his style as ‘Street Tailoring.’


The JOYCE pop-up shop is available at Lane Crawford ifc mall, as well as online at until early November 2017.


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From the streetwear sensibilities that continues to pervade fashion today to the newest must-have essentials, we round up the key looks that you need to know for the season ahead.


Streetwear is ruling the style waves right now as brands across the spectrum convert skate and grunge staples into items of high desire. Subversive graphics, distressed and love worn finishes, and bold graphic logos entertain the rebel in everyone.




If there is one must-have wardrobe piece that is not going away, it’s the bomber jacket. Beloved for its versatility and ability to work both dressed up and down, this season it evolves from ultra-padded styles to more lightweight trans-seasonal iterations.

With an eye firmly on real needs, and real climatic conditions - brands are excelling in creating elevated utility wear. Waterproof technical fabrics, transformative zip on and off sleeves and saturated colourways give these multi functioning pieces the edge. They are made to be layered and easily combined with denim or suiting.

Labels are rewinding back to the ‘90s, finding a new love of message tees that proclaim your thoughts and values on your chest. Sometimes playful with a cheeky double entendre, oft provocative to incite a revolution, slogan tees are an exercise in self-messaging, so choose yours with intent.

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It would be an understatement to say that we live in a digital world, something that Mostly Heard Rarely Seen - the streetwear-influenced label by Hong Kong-born, Tokyo-raised Thomas ‘Tomakira’ Li - has clearly tapped into with his MHRS 8-Bit collection. Inspired by the objects that are iconic to the world we live in today, MHRS has applied physical ’8-bit blocks’ of emoticons to a series of tees to create a 3D effect.



From prayer hands to bombs and the classic side-eye, these emojis - “the modernised cartoon for adults and children” - will speak to “the four-year-old child, to a 35-year-old pop star and a 90-year-old grandma.” The designer hopes these motifs will instantly connect with all walks of life across all ages and culture. “We hoped that someone who grew up in the streets of downtown New York City would be able to relate to this collection the same way someone who spent their entire life in the city of Hong Kong, or anywhere else in the world.”


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Embrace the sunshine, feel the green, smell the sea breeze – let your little ones to be chic and stylish to rock the beach or playground. Get the summer groove on with Bonpoint and Seed Heritage kidswear collections. They are worldwide exclusively for Lane Crawford from the recent collaboration with South Beach Miami Boutique, The Webster. 

These mini styles will enable the cool kids to echo your fashion attitude, and available at Lane Crawford ifc mall, Canton Road, Pacific Place home store and online at

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Romantic rebels take note because innovative Australian label Song for the Mute is bringing its fine tailoring and deconstructed aesthetic to an exclusive collection for Lane Crawford.

True to its pared-back DNA, the six-piece capsule has innovation and craftsmanship at its heart with a re-developed 10-year-old Japanese fabric that was hand finished by co-founders Melvin Tanaya and Lyna Ty. The pieces take foundations from the SS17 collection ‘Beau’, playing on the delicate romanticism found within and juxtaposing it with the imperfect raw fragility of the forthcoming FW17 collection ‘Moth’. The all-black collection allows contrasting materials and textures to take centre stage, while luxurious details like hanging satin cords and velvet tape imbue each design with a sophisticated romance. 



Each piece from this raw yet refined collection is a treasure that instantly elevates your look. Discover more at Lane Crawford ifc and Canton Road stores.

This Month's Entries:
EcoChic Design Award 2017 Winner Showcase at Lane Crawford ifc mall
Creative Callout 2017
John Hardy: Modernity Meets Craftsmanship

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