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Shoe maven Charlotte Olympia was in town a few weeks ago, and a few bloggers got the chance to catch up with her at the cocktail event. Gotta love her crazy platforms and unapologetically pin-up-girl aesthetic. Fifties for the win! Here's what she had to say: What do you collect?I collect mermaids -- ceramic mermaids, mermaid ashtrays... I've got a mermaid coffee table that someone gave me. They're pretty mermaids. A lot of them are from the 40s ...
If you’re looking for some colour to spruce up your summer outfits, then be sure to check out SLY’s latest collaboration with Japanese photographer Mika Ninagawa. Prints from Ninagawa’s book, Ninadegi, have been selected for tote bags, t-shirts, dresses and makeup pouches and has just arrived in SLY’s retail stores last weekend. Close ups after the cut. Photo credit: ©ニナデジ by Mika Ninagawa
Since the inception of ART HK, May has kinda become the month for all things arty. And if you are attending all the exhibitions, openings and soirees, you might as well have a bag that is art related right? Or so I’m trying to convince myself for being quite enthralled by the Coach x James Nares collaboration and justifying that the limited edition bag is worth spending almost HK $7000 for. I can already hear the DIYers saying that it’s not that har...
Jewellery stores are flogging their latest glittering pieces and marketing them for Mother's Day. But we thought this one would be too cute (and random) for mummy unless she's a huge Ariel fan. It's the Mermaid Pendant from Masterpiece by King Fook. The darling mermaid looks ravishing with her long locks and fish tail in a multi-layered arrangement of white, milky and silver diamonds. But we particularly like the sophisticated touch of the faceless mermaid wearing a bodice ...