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Shop G16-17 & M1-2, G/F & M/F, LANDMARK PRINCE'S
Sun & Public holidays 10am-7pm
For the slow issue’s black + white conversation, we talk to two Hongkongers about living a considered life and giving back to their communities. Iran-born philanthropist Mahnaz Lee is the founder of Women Helping Women, a non-profit organisation that strives to help families facing domestic violence and abuse; while former beauty queen and actress Sharon Kwok is an animal lover and avid conservationist involved in a range of charities from WildAid to Mission Blue.
With a packed social calendar, the holidays are high time for a bit of sparkle and shine. Why stop at diamonds, pearls and platinum when you can create entire looks that pay tribute to the season’s glittering jewels?
“It often makes good sense to buy a contemporary version of a classic rather than an original”.
Hairstyles have defined eras: the beehive became a de facto symbol of the 1960s, and Jane Birkin’s fringed look an emblem of the 1970s.
In a world fuelled by social media and celebrity culture, a gift is no longer simply to be cherished by the recipient – it is seen online by everyone they know, and gift giving today has become a public declaration of friendship and love. With such pressure on the bestower, is the thought that always counted now being discarded with the wrapping paper?
Miracles of nature, for every 10,000 colourless diamonds discovered only one natural coloured diamond will be found. So forget the crystalline purity of the traditional gem: coloured diamonds are the true prize.
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.
The time is right to slow down and head back to grace.