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Friday, August 28, 2015
New Brand - Angel Chen

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Chinese fashion designer Angel Chen graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2014 and gained the attention of the media when she was named one of the Top Five Graduate Designers of the Year by i-D magazine. Now based between London and Shanghai, Chen hopes to channel her romantic but rebellious spirit into a youthful collection for the new generation. 

Chen has been honing her skills with Marchesa and Vera Wang upon her graduation. She often uses bold colours in her work with a romantic and eccentric character in mind.

Inspired by a troop of Highland Dressed Scouts marching in Maurice Ravel’s Bolero, her AW15 collection is a patchwork mixture of heavy wool and light cotton in bright green, yellow and red. Lurid prints are blended with gingham and tweed in earthy tones, while juxtaposing heavy and floating fabrics to create a dreamy woodland aesthetic.

                    ARMY GREEN POCKET BADGE                            GREEN PATCHED                           ARMY GREEN 
                              COTTON SHIRT                                      MID-LENGTH COAT                  PATCHED SHORTS

                                  HKD3,200                                              HKD9,900                                   HKD3,000

The collection will be exclusively available in mid September at Lane Crawford stores and online at

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Lane Crawford proudly present the forward-thinking Parisian fashion brand, Isabel Marant, and its sister line, Isabel Marant Étoile, across all its stores in Hong Kong, China, and online at

As one of the visionaries of Lane Crawford’s 165th anniversary campaign, Isabel Marant has specially designed a 12-piece worldwide exclusive Womenswear and shoe collection for Lane Crawford, which is featured in artistic pop-up spaces in stores alongside the new Autumn Winter 2015 collection.Known for her maverick but polished aesthetic creations that capture the essence and confidence of Parisian style, Isabel Marant offers a fresh perspective on femininity with a hint of bohemian chic. The capsule collection is showcased in specially crafted pop-up spaces at Lane Crawford ifc mall, Times Square, and Canton Road stores until September 8, inspiring customers with this season’s must-have pieces.





New York-based Chinese designers and founders of Benwu Studio, Hongchao Wang and Peng You, have collaborated with Lane Crawford to create artistic installations that challenge the concept of balance. The kinetic installations explore the theme in terms of speed, tenacity, wind, movement, and shape through a play on textures, rotating objects, and moving elements.

Discover this and more as Lane Crawford seeks out the most exciting names that will shape and define the next 165 years of style in celebration of its 165th Anniversary this year. 

Friday, August 14, 2015
Who is Nick Wooster?

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Lane Crawford is proud to present the forward-thinking street style icon, Nick Wooster and the AW15 Wooster + Lardini collection, his eclectic collaboration with Italian brand Lardini exclusive to Lane Crawford in Hong Kong. 

Lane Crawford exclusive styles: 

                  Reversible Linton                       Patch Work 5 Colour Jacket             Light Wool Panel Front Pants

                        HKD 9,900                                     HKD 8,900                                       HKD 3,900

As one of the visionaries of Lane Crawford’s 165th anniversary campaign, Nick Wooster also co-curated the dedicated space for modern men’s wardrobe essentials at Lane Crawford ifc mall, where Wooster + Lardini is also showcased. Inspired by the Wooster + Lardini collection and his love for the contrast of textures, Wooster collaborated with Lane Crawford’s Creative team to design the pop-up space with mixed materials, including copper pods, marble platforms, and raw concrete walls.  

Nick Wooster, who has 450K Instagram followers, is one of the most recognisable faces in the fashion industry. From a small-town Kansas boy to a international jet-setter, Wooster is now the poster boy for modern men’s style. His approach to dressing involves the pairing of disparate ideas- the tension of masculine/feminine, sartorial/street, and military/couture are the reference points for the season. Unusual fabric combinations and patchwork in jackets, pants and shirts are pivotal to the collection.

On August 13, Wooster visited Hong Kong for an exclusive styling session and cocktail party at Lane Crawford ifc mall with the hashtag #WHOISNICKWOOSTER.

Discover Nick Wooster and the launch of Wooster + Lardini AW15 collection at Lane Crawford stores in ifc mall, Times Square, Canton Road, and online at

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A symbolic 165 years in the making, Lane Crawford, Greater China’s leading iconic luxury department store, has always been at the forefront of fashion and luxury lifestyle through its collaborations with some of the most influential names from the worlds of fashion, jewellery, beauty and lifestyle. Lane Crawford now sets its sights on scouting the talents that will define creativity globally for the next 165 years.

To envisage what will shape our lives in the next 165 years, Lane Crawford invited its community of leading and emerging brands and creative talents to share their vision of the future. Their perspectives are transformed into a series of exclusive designs, capsule collections, artistic installations and uniquely curated product showcases that engage customers to imagine what the future may bring.

The Campaign

German photographer and filmmaker Daniel Sannwald, an emerging and authentic voice in fashion photography, captures the energy of leaping towards the future through a dynamic video starring Chinese model Yang Menghuan and Korean model Noma Han dressed in some of season’s most striking pieces. Sannwald captures the point where fashion meets art with a unique narrative that employs vibrant digital effects, slow motion video and a pulsating soundtrack. 

The Visionaries Leading the World into the Next 165 Years

Artistic Installations

Innovative Beijing-based architecture and design firm People’s Architecture Office presents its vision of the future of modern living through giant twisting metal tubular structures that customers can climb inside to explore a whole other landscape. Hong Kong-based architectural design studio Sky Yutaka has created a mesmerising kinetic installation where the future is a haunting rendition of machine-made beauty, featuring robotic rain flowers that gently furl and unfurl their petals in response to a flowing stream of water. Musical wunderkinds Mimi Xu and Rosey Chan continue to inspire the future of sound with their distinctive take on classical electronica music accompanied by a stunning multisensory visual narrative. Other creative luminaries such as Li Lihong, Angel Chen and Alan Chan have also contributed their visions of what the world will look like in 165 years. 

Isabel Marant: Playing With Balance 

Known for her maverick yet polished aesthetic creations, Isabel Marant is one of the most celebrated designers of effortless French style. As part of the 165 celebrations, Marant presents a global exclusive 12-piece womenswear and shoe collection specially designed for Lane Crawford. The capsule collection, which is featured alongside the new Autumn Winter 2015 collection in artistic pop-up spaces designed by New York- and Shanghai-based Benwu Studio in Lane Crawford stores, sees Marant’s rock spirit juxtaposed with flowing fabrics and ladylike silhouettes. Featuring printed tops, skirts, shoes, structured trousers, Audril biker jackets and statement pieces, the capsule collection embodies the perfect blend of femininity and bohemian chic.

Nick Wooster: Who Is Nick Wooster  

Having worked with highly respected fashion brands and renowned retailers around the world, street style guru Nick Wooster demonstrates his flair for fashion and eye for detail by co-curating a dedicated space for modern men’s wardrobe essentials at Lane Crawford ifc mall, where Wooster + Lardini, his eclectic collaboration with Italian brand Lardini, is also showcased. The dapper Wooster will also make a personal appearance at Lane Crawford ifc mall for an exclusive styling session and cocktail party on August 13. Wooster, who provides sartorial inspiration for more than 450,000 instagram followers, will be raiding the fashion collections of some of Hong Kong’s social influencers and sharing his exploits with the hashtag #WhoIsNickWooster.

Ellery: The New Silhouette 

The eponymous label from Sydney-based designer Kym Ellery is known for its understated and androgynous take on classic women’s fashion. In celebration of Lane Crawford’s 165th anniversary, former fashion journalist Ellery presents a global exclusive 13-piece capsule collection inspired by an exploration journey to Jingdezhen, the porcelain capital of China. In addition, Ellery handpicked three Chinese artists – Xie Dong, Chen Xiaodan and Jiang Xueying – to co-create anniversary-themed porcelain art pieces that are a contemporary expression of the ancient craft. Kym Ellery will personally launch her curated showcase at the newly refurbished Womenswear and Jewellery departments at Lane Crawford ifc mall on September 8 and 9. 

165th Anniversary Exclusive Collections

Lane Crawford has collaborated with an array of influential brands to offer a selection of exclusive edits as part of the 165 celebrations. Womenswear designer and Chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Diane Von Furstenberg has redesigned her signature wrap dress with a Chinese twist. There are also capsule collections from T by Alexander Wang, MSGM, Ms MIN and Chictopia. Fine Jewellery exclusives come from Nathalie Melville and Tasaki, and there is also an exclusive watch design from MAD.

Menswear designers including Haider Ackermann, Neil Barrett, Paul Smith, Rick Owens, Uma Wang and Ziggy Chen have been invited to develop the Silk Capsule collection, incorporating the traditional Chinese fabric in refreshing styles. 

In addition, there are limited editions from a number of cosmetic and lifestyle brands. Shanghai Tang presents an exclusive lacquer box set with its signature women’s fragrance collection, including a personalised engraving service. Valmont offers the Elixir Tribute to Lalique in a sublime red lacquer box topped with Lalique crystal. Take your favourite Atelier Cologne scents on the road with an exclusive set of four travel-size bottles in vibrantly coloured leather cases that can also be personalised. M.A.C unveils its makeup collaboration with Chinese fashion trailblazer Guo Pei starting October 2 at Lane Crawford in Hong Kong. Available in a limited edition of 2,000 sets is the special size Lancôme Genifique serum (75 ml), 165 of which come with a surprise gift, from a pampering facial treatment to the grand prize of a retreat experience at The Peninsula Hong Kong. Luxury skin care specialist La Mer offers an exclusive 500ml jumbo-size version of its legendary Crème de la Mer, Korean cosmetic powerhouse The History of Whoo offers the Essence special edition set, and Jo Malone London brings a made-to-order exclusive floral fragrance gift box featuring flowers inspired by the 165th anniversary campaign’s colour palette.

On the home front, Tom Dixon brings another global exclusive to the party with the launch of his new coffee range, “Brew”, and the maverick British product designer also curates the "Living Room of the Future" installation, which offers a vision of home entertainment in years to come. Another iconic British brand, Fortnum & Mason has created the exclusive Lane Crawford 165 tea blend special edition. Other home products include a limited-edition “165” scented candle from L’Objet; a specially made game table by Chinese architect and designer Naihan Li; a digital printed rug from Dutch brand Moooi; neon light décor with Chinese characters meaning ‘prosperity’, ‘fortune’ and ‘home’ from Italy’s Seletti; and an Asia-exclusive launch of a new lamp in taupe and brass from Anglepoise. 

165th Anniversary Celebrations

On September 9, Lane Crawford will hold its 165th Anniversary Celebrations Party at the ifc mall store. The festivities continue with a weekend of shopping privileges and anniversary-themed prizes across all Lane Crawford stores in Hong Kong from September 11 to 13.


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Add a unique twist to your living space with the latest collection of award winning, handcrafted & design icons from Lane Crawford. 

Winner of the Design Report Award at Salone Satellite in 2012, PINWU Design Studio is the first China-based team of designers to have owned this reputation. The three designers behind PINWU seek to apply traditional craft to contemporary designs, sourcing natural materials such as bamboo, water silk floss, porcelain and paper to create their innovative and sustainable collection.


‘Piao’ Limited Edition Layered Rice Paper HKD9,800                              ‘Yun’ Limited Edition Bamboo Paper Vase HKD350


The dynamic lighting company Brokis integrates contemporary design with traditional mouth blown glass techniques to craft their pieces in Czech Republic; a country world renowned for its glass-making. Every piece features wooden neck detailing and is formed from multiple layers of molten glass. Each layer of glass has to be approved by a master glass-maker before being moulded, and each piece of handcrafted wood is selected for its superior quality.


The CH110 desk by Hans J. Wegner is a masterpiece of design. Originally designed in 1970, it was produced only in limited quantities and has become a truly coveted classic. Now, Carl Hansen & Søn has relaunched the piece according to Wegner’s original drawings and specifications and the end result looks just as modern and contemporary as it did when it was first released 45 years ago.

In collaboration with luxury Danish brand Georg Jensen, Carl Hansen & Søn has created a special edition of the desk: all the stainless steel parts have been coated with 24-carat gold, resulting in a spectacular piece that will add a luxurious lustre to any executive floor. Only 10 limited-edition CH110 desks were made globally – and Lane Crawford has one of these sought-after pieces for sale at Lane Crawford Pacific Place Home Store.
24-Carat CH110 Desk CH110 Desk – HKD 240,500

Discover more home & lifestyle edits in store and online at

Friday, July 24, 2015
New Brand - Être Cécile

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Founded by Yasmin Sewell, Jemma Dyas and Kyle Robinson, Être Cécile takes inspiration from French minimalism, injecting the simplicity of French chic and light hearted personality to its ready-to-wear collection. Its heritage is based around Cécile, an Irish-born artist living in 1960s Paris, who is known for his passion for animal prints and flair for fashion.

In honour of its debut in Lane Crawford, Être Cécile has specially designed a 7-style exclusive capsule collection for Lane Crawford, which features t-shirt with its signature animal prints, sweatshirts and bomber jacket.








The Être Cécile Autumn Winter 2015 and exclusive capsule collections are now available at Lane Crawford ifc mall, Times Square, Canton Road and online at

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Lane Crawford is proud to unveil its next-generation flagship store at ifc mall in Hong Kong. A new 6,000 square foot space has been re-imagined as four uniquely created rooms which will constantly evolve to showcase a divine curation of extraordinary fashion and fine jewellery.


“With unique access and insight into the world of leading designers and style influencers, the Lane Crawford experience at the next-generation flagship store is an elevated encounter of personal discovery and inspired creativity,” says Joanna Gunn, Chief Brand Officer, Lane Crawford.

This next generation of retail experience was created in collaboration with Yabu Pushelberg, the renowned firm with whom Lane Crawford has cultivated some of the most innovative stores in Greater China.  The space uses customised bespoke finishes in rich leather, textured oak, glass laminated wire mesh, and copper to appeal to all the senses.


Each room will be co-curated and regularly transformed by international designers, and Lane Crawford’s talented team of buyers and creatives, reflecting a new “total look” experience that transcends the boundaries of product categories.



Two rooms were exclusively curated by The Row designers Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, who made a personal appearance at the new flagship on July 8, 2015 to introduce their Autumn Winter 2015 collection alongside their handpicked selection of art, shoes and jewelleries.

Presenting insightful journeys into the worlds of fashion icons, another room launches with one of our most beloved designers, Azzedine Alaïa, displaying beautifully crafted leathers and one-off exotic pieces, and the exclusive launch of the brand’s very first scent Alaïa Paris on July 15, 2015.


A new room dedicated to occasion dressing showcases Lane Crawford’s modern approach to cocktail dresses, evening gowns and bridal wear.  One-off pieces by Alexander McQueen, Lanvin, Valentino and Victoria Beckham are displayed here. For the first time, Lane Crawford is also offering made-to-order services from emerging designers, including Dice Kayek, Esteban Cortazar, Rosie Assoulin and Delpozo Bridal.



The enticing Jewellery Salon pays tribute to leading jewellery maisons, such as Buccellati, and presents the next generation of fine jewellery designers, including Delfina Delettrez and Repossi.  Throughout the year, customers have the opportunity to meet designers in this intimate setting.  On July 16, 2015, we welcome Milan-based Spanish designer Cristina Ortiz. 

Lane Crawford has also tapped music’s new wunderkinds Mimi Xu and Rosey Chan of Carnet de Voyage to produce a soundtrack with their distinctive musical style of classical electronic to complement the new space.

An expanded Ladies’ Shoes, Bags and Accessories space will launch in mid-August 2015 with over 300 international, designer and contemporary brands. There, a room named The Market Place will introduce our favourite fashion jewellery brands, such as Anabela Chan, Campbell, Pamela Love, and Phyne by Paige Novick; and an artistically illuminated footbridge will exhibit a new vintage offering of luxurious handbags, watches and jewellery sourced from around the world, including rare vintage Chanel and Hermès.


A Platinum Suite of unprecedented luxury has been designed as a series of gracious living rooms, providing the perfect place to enjoy personal styling, meet esteemed designers, and indulge in champagne, fine wines and canapés in total privacy. 

Throughout, Lane Crawford maintains its commitment to an unrivalled product edit, a creative environment that wows and exceptional services.  Lane Crawford’s skilfully trained team of Personal Stylists and Service Specialists are offering one-on-one, fully dedicated, incomparable service and expertise.

This Month's Entries:
New Brand - Angel Chen
Lane Crawford Presents the Visionary Isabel Marant with a Worldwide Exclusive Capsule Collection
Who is Nick Wooster?
Unique Award Winning And Iconic Handcrafted Designs For Your Home
New Brand - Être Cécile
Discover the modern Chinese lifestyle with TANG TANG TANG TANG at Lane Crawford
Beauty with an Edge
Created in China – Uma Wang

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Ladies Shoes & Accessories

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