Archive: November, 2012

29 November 2012 1:36 | Comments Off | Posted by

Lifestyle Style Intel Reads: Diane Von Furstenberg And The Tale of The Empress’s New Clothes

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Diane Von Furstenberg and the Tale of the Empress’s New Clothes is the third book in the series by Camilla Morton called Fashion Fairy Tale Memoir. The premise of these books is that they weave the fashion personalities’ lives, success and influence into a fairy tale coupled with stunning illustrations by the designer’s themselves.


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28 November 2012 1:47 | 4 comments | Posted by

5 Things Michelle Lai of MISCHA: Five Things I Cannot Live Without…


My friend Michelle Lai is celebrating the fourth anniversary of her bag line MISCHA this week. MISCHA, for those unfamiliar with the thriving bag label, is a Hong Kong-based brand that has made a dent in the bag industry because of its eye-catching geometric pattern inspired by a vintage Japanese obi motif. Michelle, her close [...]


26 November 2012 4:16 | Comments Off | Posted by

Fashion A Little Self Promotion Part 3


  This weekend I was featured on eBay‘s Tumblr site The Inside Source where the editor Jauretsi talked to me about my work on Style Intel, Forbes, Huffington Post, and The South China Morning Post. We also talked about menswear and the designers whose work I admire plus my own sartorial essentials. You can check [...]


21 November 2012 3:54 | 1 comment | Posted by

Fashion Marc Jacobs’ Greatest Hits Exhibit

Marc Jacobs Iconic Showpiece Exhibition. Photo Style Intel

This month saw the worldwide debut of the Marc Jacobs Iconic Showpiece Exhibition in Hong Kong. The show, a three-part series, which runs from this month until April 2013, was opened by a selection of Marc’s best pieces from his spring/summer 2005 collection to the current fall/winter 2012 show.


20 November 2012 5:05 | 1 comment | Posted by

Fashion Club Monaco Offers Cashmere Collection At Lane Crawford

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Club Monaco partners with Lane Crawford for an exclusive collection of 100 percent Italian cashmere clothing.