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Shop 121, 1/F, LANDMARK PRINCE'S
Sun & Public Holidays 11am-6pm
After years of simple Scandinavian design and decor, the pendulum is swinging to a more colourful, expressive and individual style. Decoration is experiencing a revival, with signs of a new-found appreciation for materials, personality and even a touch of frivolous fantasy ñ and it is all adding a welcome luxury and warmth to contemporary design.
Mark Cho is always on the lookout for men’s clothing and accessories that are artisanal, authentic and will bring the flavour of a place to his menswear offering.
“Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.” – GEORGE ELIOT, Author
Diane Nittke doesn’t believe in standard floral packages. Her brand, Ellermann Flower Boutique, specialises in stunning floral creations that are unique and, more often than not, personalised.
“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire: it is the time for home.” – EDITH SITWELL, Poet
At Lala Curio, founder Laura Cheung makes old crafts fashionable for contemporary living. Having trained as an interior designer in New York before completing a Master's in fine and decorative arts in London, Cheung launched her home decor and lifestyle brand and recently opened a store in Landmark Prince’s.
Having transformed Hong Kong’s culinary scene since her first project in the city in 2004, Singaporean entrepreneur Yenn Wong’s recently opened authentic Thai eatery Mak Mak, in Landmark Atrium.