Fashionistas: we’re bringing you the exclusive scoop on what’s got us excited in the Expat Living fashion department recently. Stay trendy with the latest fashion news, store openings, collection launches and deals for the best shopping in Hong Kong!
Building on the brand’s long-standing commitment to create products responsibly, Timberland has introduced its Eco-Ready Collection for Fall/Winter 2021. These lightweight yet functional pieces are made using recycled and responsibly sourced materials. The range of apparel and footwear combines modern design and bold colours to help city dwellers roam the urban landscape in style! Available at all Timberland speciality stores in Hong Kong.
Now that the summer months have come to an end, we have our eye on some closet staples to help ease our transition. Kate Spade New York captures the last vestiges of the season with its line of fall appropriate maxi dresses you can layer with and deceptively roomy bags for that jacket or umbrella.
Did you know that around 75 percent of all used face masks end up either in landfill or in our oceans? Mazu Resortwear has come together with HKbased Tsunami Sport to create a reusable face mask that’s not only made from recycled plastic bottles, but is lightweight and breathable, too. It’s printed with Mazu’s signature Junk Twilight pattern, paying tribute to Hong Kong’s humble sailing vessel, and is available in three different sizes for HK$150 at mazuresortwear.com
Sweat for a Cause
A workout can make you feel better about yourself, and now it can put a smile on other people’s faces too. Sparks activewear has a timeless style and is made of comfort-driven material, so you can wear it anywhere, anytime. What’s more, with every purchase, you can choose one of the three organisations to support: Clean Yangon, an NGO that plants trees in Myanmar to help sustainable communities and the environment; Changing Stories, a small non-profit that helps local teacher and students in remote areas of Nepal; and RUN, which provides yoga and hiking-for-healing sessions for refugees in Hong Kong. Sparks leggings are around $280, and the sports bras are $246; plus, the store has just introduced new pocket leggings.
Find out more at the website or on Instgram @sparksactive.
Launched in the second half of 2020, PO House offers everything from slow fashion to skincare products and F&B concepts aimed at environmentally conscious consumers and retailers, across digital and brick-and-mortar sites. Three main brands have been unveiled so far, including Mother Pearl offering handcrafted tea-based beverages (think bubble tea made with superfoods!) from a Lyndhurst Terrace store and a kitchen in Wong Chuk Hang. Meanwhile, Something Ode is a sustainable fashion operation, and Nourish features “clean” skincare and beauty brands.
Find out more at po-house.com.
We’re loving new local jewellery brand, Lilie Sai Wan. The range is designed right here in Hong Kong by French expat Aurélie Samuel. The delicate pieces are perfect for everyday style, with fine feminine design and a pinch of sparkle. Made from silver and high-quality 18-carat gold plating, they make beautiful gifts.
See more at @liliesaiwan.
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