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Post Archive Faction co-founder Dongjoon Lim just collaborated with On’s global head of product – lifestyle, Lucy Delacherois Day, on a new line of athleisure and footwear, Current Form 1.0. Photos: Handout
Tyler, The Creator, at the Louis Vuitton menswear spring/summer 2024 show featuring Pharrell Williams’ debut collection, during Paris Fashion Week in June 2023. Photo: Getty Images
Jewellery queen Gaia Repossi’s 9 top tips for a more stylish life, starring top designers like Phoebe Philo, Balenciaga’s Demna, Alaia’s Pieter Mulier, Bottega Veneta’s Matthieu Blazy and Ferragamo’s Maximilian Davis. Photos: Handout
Cardi B made an impact at the Thom Browne haute couture autumn/winter 2023-24 show at Paris Fashion Week in July 2023. Photo: Getty Images
Timothée Chalamet and Kylie Jenner in archival Hanae Mori at the Golden Globes on January 7 in Beverly Hills. Photo: Getty Images
Ever wondered how Chanel gets made? Style takes a behind-the-seams look at one of the French luxury house’s ateliers. Photo: Handout
Bows are back as TikTok and Barbie popularise girlish looks like those at Prada’s Milan Fashion Week autumn/winter 2024-25 show on February 22. Photo: AFP
Thomasine Barnekow has become the go-to glove maker for celebs, counting A-listers like Beyoncé, Bella Hadid and Kim Kardashian as fans. Photo: Benjamin Taguemount
Philippines’ influencer Heart Evangelista is a fashion week regular who loves Paris, Grace Kelly, Alaïa, Bulgari Serpenti, mother of pearl and most of all, her dog Panda. Photo: Handout
Taylor Swift at her 34th birthday party in New York with Sabrina Carpenter and wearing an opal ring. Photo: @taylorswift/Instagram



Chanel’s creative Musical Clock Couture Workshop. Photos: Handout
De Beers’ latest campaign, Unveiling The Extraordinary, tells the story of finding, cutting and setting the precious stones to turn them into finished pieces of jewellery. Photo: Handout
Chanel’s limited edition J12 Couture Workshop Automaton Calibre 6. Photos: Handout
De Beers’ Metamorphosis collection reimagines the changing seasons, and the miraculous emergence of a butterfly, using natural diamonds including rough pinks and fancy intense yellows. Photos: Handout
Working with fashion designer Yiqing Yin, watchmaker Vacheron Constantin has produced the new Égérie: The Pleats of Time and Égérie Moon Phase models
Tudor showed four new versions of the Black Bay at Watches and Wonders. Photo: Handout
At Watches and Wonders 2024, Tag Heuer dropped new Carrera Chronograph (shown), Carrera Skipper and Carrera Date models, as well as an ultralight Monaco Split-Seconds Chronograph
Tod’s latest exhibition showed its unwavering support for Italian artistry, featuring craftsmen including glass artists and gold-leaf beaters, and nodding to the brand’s iconic Gommino shoe. Photos: Handout
The Reflection de Cartier was among the French jeweller’s showpieces at Watches and Wonders. Photo: Handout
Hair loss affects millions around the world, but non-surgical treatments can alleviate the condition, from at-home devices to professional clinic sessions. Photo: Handout
Healthy skin depends on a myriad of factors including diet, exercise, sleep and daily habits – here’s our breakdown of everything you should be mindful of. Photo: Handout
The Mediterranea High Jewellery collection is a journey through history and culture
Louis Vuitton’s Novelties collection for 2024 maintains the brand’s renowned blend of tradition and innovation. Photo: Handout
Kinraden is one of a number of jewellers getting creative with materials – in this case, with recycled gold and susutainably sourced mpingo wood. Photo: Handout
Emily Ratajkowski was on-trend with her mismatched ear cuffs that showed today’s more flexible approach to wearing diamond jewellery at the 2023 Met Gala in May. Photo: Getty Images
The Lobby Lounge at Como Metropolitan Singapore. The hotel is part of the Como Orchard complex that includes patissier Cédric Grolet, and a Club 21 multi-label store with Thom Browne, Jacquemus and Simone Rocha. Photos: Handout
Gucci creative director Sabato De Sarno’s first spring/summer 2024 collection, Ancora, mines the luxury house’s archive – with a campaign telling a story of “real life and real women”, shot by David Sims. Photo: Handout
Chanel ambassador Havana Rose Liu starred in the mystery thriller No Exit and played Ayo Edebiri’s love interest in the satirical teen comedy Bottoms. Photo: @havanaroseliu/Instagram
Stars from David Bowie to Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera have all been big fans of some added shimmer in the past and now European Union rules are prodding the industry to embrace more eco options. Photo: Handout
The 2024 summer smash Barbie would have been a very different movie if Amy Schumer had stayed in the lead role, which eventually went to Margot Robbie. Photos: @todayshow; @barbieffied/Instagram
Hong Kong model and actress Karena Ng has an eclectic handbag collection. Photo: @karena_ngs/Instagram
Emily in Paris star Ashley Park wore a skirt with a graphic print at the Zimmermann show at Paris Fashion Week in October. Photo: Getty Images
Cuffing season: high jewellery artists – including at De Beers, Buccellati and Cindy Chao The Art Jewel – make bold statements with diamond-studded bracelets and cuffs. Pictured: Metamorphosis by De Beers collection, Summer Bracelet. Photos: Handout
A bedroom at Le Grand Mazarin, a newly opened hotel in the Marais district of Paris. Photos: Handout
Van Cleef & Arpels Le Grand Tour collection, Dea Eterna Clip
De Bethune founder and watchmaker Denis Flageollet in his atelier. Photo: Ulysse Camus
How high jewellery designers are being inspired by retro culture: from Coco Chanel’s 30s Jazz Age collection, to Tiffany & Co. and Piaget drawing on the 70s, and Boucheron and Stephen Webster the 80s. Pictured: Boucheron More Is More, This Is Not a Ring. Photos: Handout
Alix Earle is a rising star to watch. Photo: @alix_earle/Instagram
Mika Nakashima will be performing in Hong Kong in February 2024. Photo: @mikanakashima_official/Instagram
Known to close contacts as simply “KP”, Hong Kong-based “cultural entrepreneur” Kevin Poon boasts 
a Rolodex to cry for. Photo:  @kpee/Instagram
Photo: @crownv_16/Instagram
Ariana Grande and her then-husband Dalton Gomez. Photo: @arianagrande/Instagram
Belinda Koo, Elva Ni and Lynus Woo are all trailblazers in Hong Kong’s fitness scene. Photos: Handout; @misselvani, @lynuswoo/Instagram
Lockdown Bar co-founders Laura Prabowo and Agung Prabowo, and bar manager Lee Morris, at Lockdown in Central, Hong Kong, on September 4. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Emily Rudd as Nami, Iñaki Godoy as Monkey D. Luffy and Mackenyu as Roronoa Zoro in One Piece. Photo: Netflix
Hong Kong actress Chrissie Chau has an effective skincare and fitness regime that keeps her fit and youthful. Photo: @chrissienana/Instagram
Dermal fillers are a great way to combat dark circles under the eyes. Photo: Handout
Though he wasn’t into running luxury department stores, Omar Fayed is still an entrepreneur, like his father Mohamed Al-Fayed was. Photo: @om_i_one/Instagram
Beach clubs are sprawled across Asia – and beloved by tourists and locals alike. Photos: Nikki Beach Koh Samui, Sailing Club Phú Quốc, Sundays Beach Club/Facebook
Sometimes the best way to truly reset while on holiday is to digitally detox, taking a break from your phone, laptop or tablet. Photo: Shutterstock
Russian-Mongolian model-actress Naran plays Su Daji in Creation of the Gods I. Photo: Naran/Weibo
Could you spot a counterfeit Rolex? Even the experts are finding it harder these days, according to Watchfinder. Photo: SCMP Archive

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