The Edit

Hong Kong exclusive; Eco-friendly sunglasses

Summer is coming so get your sunglasses ready! Carla Colour sunglasses has caught our buyer’s eyes this season. Made from ZYL Acetate which originates from wood pulp and cotton fibres, these shades are beautiful both inside and out! Carla Colour is an artsy new unisex line by self-taught designer Carla Robertson. An Australia native who is not afraid of piling on the bright hues, and wanted something fun to wear. So in 2014 whilst seven months pregnant (with twins!), she produced the photoshoot for her first collection and had since become the go-to for fashion-forward eyewear for sun and sight....

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The #ModernDayMuse Series

Our collection is inspired by the amazing, unstoppable women who live their lives with adventure. Women who dance to their own beat and follow their own path, all whilst rocking their own unique style. These women have fast become our muse and in this NEW series, we’ll be catching up with a few of them to learn more about what inspires them, when it comes to their wardrobe and beyond!  First up, we caught up with writer and model, Charlie Siddick who also happens to be the star of our SS18 shoot. Here’s 5 minutes with our stunning modern-day muse… How would...

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In-store Exclusive; Bagging ourselves the new ‘IT’ bag!

The Emma Wallace team have scouted the globe for new upcoming accessory brands to match their ready-to-wear collection and offer total look ideas to their in-store shoppers.  The first to drop is this epic bag brand from the Netherlands - Iris Maree. Iris Maree is a vegan leather bag brand whose items are colourful, fun and fashion conscious. The brand was born from their passion for bags and the knowledge that women and bags are inseparable. The brand’s love for detail, the environment and fashion translates into unique bags each with an interesting story to tell. All bags are made...

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Womenswear brand Emma Wallace opens it’s first store in Hong Kong

Deep in the heart of the eclectic art district of Sheung Wan, Emma Wallace, the formal ready-to-wear brand, has opened the doors of its first boutique in Hong Kong.  With graffiti artist Invader’s work watching over the store and an array of antique shops and art galleries around every corner, Po Hing Fong is the perfect location for the unique brand. A chic, clean monochrome interior sets the perfect backdrop for the colourful clothes and accessories selling in store.  The clever mixing of British interior decor with antique Chinese furniture clearly cements the brand’s passion for a fusion design style....

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