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On November 26, Asia’s iconic luxury department store Lane Crawford will unveil two pop-up stores from London’s most-celebrated and historic destination for extraordinary food, drink and gifts - Fortnum & Mason.

In line with Lane Crawford’s “A Family Christmas” which celebrates the importance of togetherness during the festive season, the two pop-ups at Pacific Place and Cityplaza will be filled with a selection of famous Fortnum’s products all designed to bring people together at Christmastime – from iconic tea and biscuits, to traditional confectionery, puddings, gifts and more.


Fortnum & Mason’s new fresh food selection will also be making its Lane Crawford debut on November 30, 2016. Available exclusively at Lane Crawford ifc mall, this delectable collection of Fortnum’s favourites – all direct from the heart of Piccadilly - includes caviar, terrines, cheese and salmon.





Since the 1730s Fortnum’s has been sending their iconic wicker hampers to all corners of the world and now they have arrived at Lane Crawford; an exclusive edit of wickers chosen especially for Lane Crawford. Customers can purchase a bespoke Fortnum & Mason Christmas sack complete with their friends and family members’ names printed across the front. Fortnum & Mason Santa stockings and Champagne labels are exclusively available for personalisation at the Pacific Place pop-up store until January 2, 2017.


300 years in the making, Fortnum & Mason’s first-ever cook book shares the secrets of making famous Fortnum’s dishes from all three decades of their history – including the ever-popular Scotch Egg. Written by Tom Parker Bowles – a highly-esteemed author and food writer and bona fide Fortnum’s obsessive – the book is comprehensive, accessible and certain to become an essential part of any modern cook's kitchen. For any inquisitive cook or genuine food-lover, there is no finer gift this Christmas. To celebrate the book’s publication, Cook Book author Parker Bowles will be appearing at Lane Crawford ifc mall, Hong Kong, on December 1 - to tell the stories behind the book and the delicious recipes within.
Fortnum & Mason is available in all Lane Crawford stores in Hong Kong and Customers can also order online to enjoy complimentary shipping and same day delivery; while the fresh food selection is only available at Lane Crawford ifc mall. 

Friday, November 18, 2016
A Jonathan Adler Christmas

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It’s starting to feel a lot like the holidays, courtesy of Jonathan Adler’s home décor and accessories. 

Known for his bold and stylish designs, Jonathan Adler is the natural choice for anyone looking to inject a dose of contemporary glamour into their interiors, and the American designer’s penchant for vibrant colours and make-you-smile forms is infectious.

          JONATHAN ADLER               JONATHAN ADLER               JONATHAN ADLER            JONATHAN ADLER         

           ANIMALIA BEAD             SQUIRREL MATCH STRIKE       GLOBO SMALL BOX               MUSE D'OR
          GIRAFFE PILLOW                    
HKD1,600                             HKD1,900                 SCENTED CANDLE

              HKD2,600                                                                                                            HKD750

       JONATHAN ADLER               JONATHAN ADLER              JONATHAN ADLER            JONATHAN ADLER


             HKD1,400                          HKD1,600                     SCENTED CANDLE            BACKGAMMON SET

                                                                                              HKD450                          HKD3,900


Find your perfect gift for your loved one at the Jonathan Adler pop-up in store at Lane Crawford Pacific Place home store and

Friday, November 18, 2016
Studio Concrete - Out Of This World

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Korean artist collective meets fashion label meets gallery, Studio Concrete, may have one of the country’s most popular (and fashionable) young stars as its founder. But that’s just chapter one of the story. It’s the ingenious, multi-genre projects, mixing art, fashion, music and pop culture, which have made it one of the coolest things to come out of Korea in recent years.

Its founder, actor Yoo Ah-in, simply calls it an ongoing “art project”. “We do art collaborations, design clothes and create various, multi-media content,” he tells us. “But in the end, our aim is to have creative freedom and an ‘out-of-the-box’ attitude to art, design and fashion.”

Since opening its doors two years ago, this unique, multipurpose space in central Seoul has produced one intriguing (and highly successful) project after another. The “How Do You Feel 1-10” sweatshirt collection, for one – featuring a number patch on the back describing your current mood (1 being ‘low’ and 10 being ‘high’) - was an instant hit with streetwear lovers.

For this coming holiday season, Studio Concrete has collaborated with Lane Crawford on an exclusive capsule collection including sweaters, hoodies, T-shirts and jackets featuring graphics that reinterpret the idea of space travel. “We chose space exploration as the concept for this collection to symbolise endless creativity and curiosity,” says Yoo. While we won’t be able to enjoy space itself just yet, at least with this limited edition collection, we can still get a taste of K-culture cool that's out of this world.


              'AEROSPACE'                       'AEROSPACE'                         'AEROSPACE'                 'AEROSPACE' 


         MA-1 BOMBER JACKET                  T-SHIRT                                HKD2,200                      HKD1,900

                 HKD7,100                            HKD1,990  



                'AEROSPACE'                  'AEROSPACE'                      'AEROSPACE'                   'AEROSPACE' 


                  HKD2,650                        HKD1,900                           HKD660                              HKD660

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Friday, November 11, 2016

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After an accumulated 20 plus years within the industry, including at cosmetics giant L’Oreal, Sarah Lee and Christine Chang launched Glow Recipe, a K-Beauty destination that sources the best of natural and cruelty-free Korean beauty brands from Seoul’s best-kept secret beauty zones and introduces them to the rest of the world.
Glow Recipe’s exclusive edit for Lane Crawford includes Poreless Glow Set and Ageless Glow Set that target skin issues including enlarged pores, ageing and dryness using the power of ‘super food’ ingredients such as parsley, artichoke, centella and cacti to restore your natural glow. They have also handpicked a selection of bestsellers with innovative recipes to create the ‘10 Days to Glow’ mask set and the Glow Starter Kit exclusively for Lane Crawford.
On November 9, Ms. Sarah Lee, the co-founder of Glow Recipe came to Lane Crawford ifc mall to share the latest skincare trend from Korea, the secret of getting a translucent skin and how she curates the exclusive K-Beauty sets for Lane Crawford. 

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Lane Crawford, Asia’s iconic luxury department store, introduces “A Family Christmas”, inviting customers to create new traditions while celebrating the joy and love of the most festive time of the year. With a carefully curated edit of gifts in store and online, Lane Crawford welcomes customers to discover its collective of unique and passionate souls through inspiring stories. 

At the heart of every great Christmas remains family moments that are truly special. With captivating Christmas emporiums that form the foundations of festive traditions, this season emphasises being surrounded by loved ones and crafting lasting memories that will be shared for generations to come. 


Embracing its eclectic extended family, Lane Crawford highlights the unique perspective of some of its newest talents. Featuring the winners of the annual “The Next New” programme, in its second edition, the initiative encapsulates the spirit of Christmas with stories that speak of magic and creativity.

Founded by graphic designer Joe Kwan and entrepreneur Chris Chan, the duo launched Anicorn to create a line of unique watches that tell time through rotating concentric discs powered by the body’s movements. 
This design-led brand explores the concept of the candle as a daily ritual, inspired by the rich tea culture in Asia. The Candle Box, exclusive to Lane Crawford, invites users to explore the poetic candle experience as envisioned by its founder Xavier Tsang.

Having debuted her first ready-to-wear collection in Paris in 2011, fashion and accessories designer Cecilia Ma expanded into jewellery and accessories shortly after. In a worldwide exclusive for Lane Crawford, Ma has designed a range of fun Christmas gifts including iPad pouches, mugs, cushions and kids tees featuring her signature whimsical illustrations.

This lifestyle brand is designed for dog lovers who share a mutual love for their canine companions and an appreciation for design. Dutch designer Danny Fang uses bespoke materials and quality craftsmanship in his innovative new leashing system that allows dog owners to choose from four different ways to leash their dog with convenience and style. 

Creating contemporary DIY crochet kits across apparel, jewellery and leather accessories, Ibility encourages the passing down of handcraft and family traditions. For Christmas, founders Rose Lee and Peter Lin have created exclusive puppet and shoe DIY sets designed to ignite creativity in kids. 


Designing cufflinks for the discerning man’s wardrobe, Magnus & Novus brings the ideals of bespoke traditions in aesthetic and functional craft to the modern man’s wardrobe with a range of beautifully crafted cufflinks.



Designed and made in Hong Kong, founders Mass Luciano and Antoni d’Esterre present a streetwear label that transforms everyday menswear basics into statement pieces. In this worldwide exclusive capsule collection, Mass combines easy-to-wear silhouettes with unexpected materials.



Offering a delectable gourmet treat made using a secret family recipe, Moreish founders Wei Roberts and Fontaine Cheng elevate the classic Asian pineapple cake using the highest quality ingredients including organic Thai pineapple, premium Japanese flour and pink Himalayan salt. The brand adds an exciting Lane Crawford exclusive Macadamia nut flavour to its line-up for the holidays.



United by their love of vintage lamps, Stephanie To and Yat Ming Lo founded NAP in 2013. Their latest collection entitled ‘Uri’ uses a laser-cut technique to create a series of contemporary LED light bulbs that will add brightness and warmth to the home.



June Kimberly Lau designs each of her exquisite pocket squares with the philosophy that they are wearable pieces of art. Intricately hand-stitched, her pocket art revives double-sided embroidery, a declining art form in Chinese culture.



Particle Fever brings an active approach to Christmas with an athleisure collection that fuses technology, art and fashion. Founders Zoe Liu, Lin Hai and Renata Wang present their eccentric approach to sportswear in a collection available in store and online at The Fit Room.



Production Q is a design studio founded by lifestyle curator Queenie Rosita Law and creates products that embellish homes with an artistic twist. In ‘The City book’, Law pays homage to her hometown of Hong Kong and art in the city.


To highlight the importance of togetherness during the festive season, Lane Crawford invites customers to engage with the free-thinkers of its extended modern family through a series of pop-ups and events.


Jonathan Adler is known for his aesthetic of Modern American Glamour, and his home accessories, furniture, and lighting are perfect for anyone looking to inject a dose of chic into their interiors. This Christmas, Lane Crawford has collaborated with the potter, designer, and author to bring a specially curated edit of his irreverent accessories for the gifting season. On November 11, the designer will share his passion for rigorous design and his tips on creating an impeccably chic home at Lane Crawford Pacific Place home store.  


Lane Crawford also invites customers to experience the latest skincare trend with Glow Recipean expertly curated destination for the latest natural, harsh-free Korean skincare and beauty products founded by Sarah Lee and Christine Chang. With over 20 years of experience in the beauty industry, the duo curates natural, cruelty-free beauty products from Korea exclusively for Lane Crawford, including the Ageless Glow and Pore-less Glow sets. These four exclusive skincare sets give beauty lovers the chance to discover their most radiant complexion, as well as insider tips from Sarah Lee on November 8 at Lane Crawford Canton Road and Times Square.

Melbourne-based Toni Maticevski will also make an appearance in store on November 17 to showcase his Pre-Spring 2017 collection. Having transformed the landscape of occasion dressing, his poetically elegant collections have dressed the who’s who in Hong Kong, including Tina Leung, Jaime Ho Ku, Karena Ng and Gaile Lok.


Lane Crawford collaborates with New York-based sustainable luxury fashion brand Maiyet — launching its first “FAIR” cashmere collection internationally by designing a worldwide exclusive capsule collection dedicated to Lane Crawford. Mongolian Cashmere by Maiyet is the only certified, ethical and environmentally sustainable luxury cashmere yarn in the world. Embracing the next generation of master artisans and local cultures, Maiyet has also worked with four Chinese designers through Lane Crawford’s “Created in China” programme. Helen Lee, Ziggy Chen, Daniel Chen of Xu Zhi from the programme, and Hong Kong-based stylist Denise Ho of Knotti are commissioned to create a one-of-a-kind knitwear collection with the sustainable FAIR cashmere yarn, which is also showcased at the Maiyet pop-up in Lane Crawford ifc mall. Designers Helen Lee, Daniel Chen, and Denise Ho will join the cocktail party on November 2 co-hosted by the brand’s representatives, to celebrate the launch of these worldwide exclusive Maiyet collections.


NATIVE UNION is hosting a Christmas pop-up shop at Lane Crawford ifc mall until November 30. Known for its stylish tech accessories that combine the finest materials and functional design, customers will be able to explore its latest range of mobile phone cases, cables and charging docks. Also available to purchase in time for Christmas will be NATIVE UNION’s luxury tech range, using premium materials such as marble and genuine leather. A complimentary engraving personalisation service will be offered for a more bespoke gifting experience.

This Christmas, gift loved ones a copy of La La Land, a whimsical colouring book designed exclusively for adults looking for a creative outlet. The 88-page book features exclusive sketches and drawings by creative leaders and entrepreneurs, including Andre Fu, Aron Harilela, Caroline Issa, Douglas Young, Feiping Chang, Fiona Kotur, Johanna Ho, Jaime Ho Ku and Family, Kevin Poon, Olivia Buckingham, Yenn Wong and Alan Lo, Zing and more. The brainchild of Nisha Parmanand and Divia Harilela, the project also aims to donate 85 percent of the proceeds to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hong Kong. Some of the contributors will be joining the launch event on December 1 at Lane Crawford ifc mall.


Spread festive joy with Lane Crawford’s “A Gif for a Gift” interactive game on, which will be launched on November 28. Participants are invited to answer three simple questions to create a gif and share it with friends and family via Facebook for a chance to win a HK$5,000 Lane Crawford-curated gift box.


Friday, November 04, 2016
Heaven Is A Halfpipe

Kick it back with fashion’s latest obsession with skate style

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It’s hard to pinpoint exactly what kick started fashion’s current love affair with skateboarding. Some put it on the resurgence of all things ‘90s (now old enough to be new) and ‘70s (when surf and skate style really began to flourish) while others point to the subculture’s effortless ease and carefree attitude that appeals to today’s street style icons as much as it did the youth during the sun-bleached So-Cal era of Dogtown and the Z-Boys.

But beyond the ubiquitous Thrasher tee - now a style staple for the fashion set - there are a number of labels that are pushing skater style into new directions. Los Angeles-based Rip N Dip for example began when Ryan O’Connor and a group of his friends at a skate camp wanted to wear something other than camp gear. Since then, it has come to embody the playful energy and humour around skate culture.

There are a number of labels that are pushing skater style into new directions. Pound & Co., a subculture lifestyle brand established by a collective of creators from Toronto and Seoul, debuts its first collection with Lane Crawford while Japanese label Have A Good Time has been a skate sell-out.

                 POUND                                POUND                               POUND                            POUND

           'POUND BOY'                    PHOTO PRINT T-SHIRT        'MUNCHIES' GRAPHIC       'MUNCHIES' SLOGAN 

     GRAPHIC PRINT HOODIE                   HKD420                         PRINT T-SHIRT                COTTON TWILL 

               HKD790                                                                        HKD420                         BASEBALL CAP


       HAVE A GOOD TIME            HAVE A GOOD TIME             HAVE A GOOD TIME             HAVE A GOOD TIME

             LOGO PRINT                LOGO PRINT HOODIE                 LOGO PRINT                   LOGO EMBROIDERED 
           COACH JACKET                      HKD750                        COTTON T-SHIRT                   BASEBALL CAP

               HKD920                                                                     HKD350                                 HKD350

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