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Friday, October 27, 2017

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Being artful and charm, New-York based label Opening Ceremony is revamping classic style for ‘Torch’ collection. Torch is the newest member of Opening Ceremony’s extended family and home to youthful, innovative, and wholly original limited-edition capsules. Taking the original signature styles – varsity jackets and box logo T-shirt which are the fan favourites, Torch gives a unique twist to Opening Ceremony with a touch of street and sportswear to celebrate its 15th anniversary. 


Classic, but always fresh. In addition to core and seasonal styles, half of which are unisex. From this time on, Torch will not stop reinterpreting the brand fundamentals. This Torch capsule collection is now available at Lane Crawford ifc mall, Canton Road and online at 

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, October 06, 2017

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“I loved working with Gigi. Her sense of detail and her discerning eye for fashion completely won me over,” says Valerie Messika, founder and creative director of one of fine jewellery’s most innovative contemporary diamond houses.


Messika invited Hadid to create a special collection series for the fine jewellery label that is also celebrating the 10th anniversary of its famed Move collection. What Hadid injected was a punk spirit to pieces that are all about stones in motion. “There are at least 16 pieces in pavé, non pavé in rose, white and yellow gold. Earrings, endlessly transformable necklaces, a choker, as well as rings and bracelets that are designed to be worn solo or stacked together,” says Messika who first became enraptured by diamonds as a toddler.



Her father, a leading diamond dealer, used to bring home stones and allow the young Valerie to play with the gems. Early learning paid off. After working with her father, Valerie launched Messika in 2005 and a Paris fine jewellery atelier and flagship soon followed.


“I am always looking for inspirations on my travels, through architecture, interior design - which I am crazy about - by walking in the streets and looking at people’s attitude and style,” says Messika. The Move concept has many dimensions and alongside Hadid’s line, finds anniversary pieces inspired by the work of industrial designer Ron Arad and graphics supremo, Leoh Ming Pei.


The beauty of all these pieces is that they don’t just sit there and dazzle, they move and play.


Discover more at our exclusive Messika Trunk Show in Lane Crawford ifc mall and Canton Road from September 30 – October 20, 2017.

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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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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Who wants what everyone else has got? We all love being individual and that’s why the team at Lane Crawford has bonded with a family of brands to develop special capsules that you will only find in our stores. 




We refuse to let the summer fade, so we buddied up with illustrator, Mario Carpe on a series of brilliant T’s that keep the vibe alive. Spanish born, Prague dwelling Carpe has been scribbling since a kid and his saucy visual puns are full of sunny joy. Try Tamu’s Lemon Aid, or a Screaming Ice Cream and the sun will keep shining. “Live in the present and evolve, stay fresh,” says Carpe.







Hong Kong’s spectacular cityscape is one of the most inspiring in the world. Victoria Beckham embraces the metropolis in an exclusive capsule of pieces including a Hong Kong skyline silk mix bomber jacket, a signature shift dress and a jumper with the graphic of a boarding gate. What could be better for a departure, national holiday or a homecoming?






Clean, modern, relaxed - that’s the mission of Tibi, the line Amy Smilovic set up in Hong Kong in 1997. Now based in New York, in the last three years, Smilovic has re-calibrated the brand giving it a character of its own. We zoned in on shirting, jumpsuits and ruffle skirts – the ultimate pieces to relish right through to 2018.







Sustainability is the future and so is true style. L.A. based Tortoise is bringing a green edge to denim with environmentally friendly washes and treatments. The LC capsule features a frayed edge, ‘Where did you get that?’ Western shirt-dress; love-worn jeans and an asymmetric skirt that has undeniable cool-girl appeal.



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Cult sportswear brand, Particle Fever first came to viral fame with a sportswear legging with built in underwear and innovation is ingrained in the studio’s DNA. This couldn’t be more evident than with the Shanghai-based label’s worldwide exclusive sports capsule created in collaboration with Lane Crawford and The Woolmark Company.

“Merino wool is not frequently used as activewear, but actually, the function of quality Merino wool is largely underestimated and it is no longer a luxury old-money thing for younger generation,” says Zoey Liu, Co-Founder and CEO, who also cites the benefits of the material for outdoor sports.

The line up (dubbed Hetertopia of Structures) features multifunctional pieces including smart pinstripe wool and mesh bomber jackets; birds eye weave parkas that can wrap up into a backpack plus wool boxer lined shorts, bra tops and leggings in a muted palette with distorted graphics.

With an exercise-addicted team, they put the collection through its paces. “I love rowing, boxing and modern dance (it can help train hidden muscles you usually won’t exercise) and every one of us specialises in a different sport from cross-fit, scuba diving and ironman to the fixed bike,” says Liu. There’s even a speedball in the office and group morning workouts to get endorphins flying. “The collection is refreshingly unconventional, as bold and diverse as things we love to create,” adds Liu.




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