One of China’s rarest stamps sold for HK$6.9 million ($890,000) at auction in Hong Kong, the auctioneers said Wednesday.
A tailor in Hong Kong has produced what he claims to be one of the world’s most expensive suits.
Shanghai Tang Menswear designer, Armele Barbier, has created a Limited Edition Luxe Stand-up Paddle Board in collaboration with MOOR’S Surfboards.
Hong Kong opened a $1.1 billion cruise terminal at the site of its former airport on Wednesday in a bid to become Asia’s hub for luxury liners.
Pierre Hermé Paris is coming to Hong Kong with their collection of exquisite macarons and chocolates. The IFC boutique will open in May 2013.
To celebrate National Noodle Month, Cathay Pacific is inviting fans to submit a noodle dish that will be featured on their in-flight menu.
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong is collaborating with Jimmy Choo to offer a hotel package and afternoon tea inspired by the S/S 2013 collection.
French luxury house Chanel has released a new line of metallic beauty products inspired by the one of Asia’s financial and cultural hotspots.
Causeway Bay in Hong Kong has overtaken New York’s Fifth Avenue as the world’s most expensive district for retailers.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary in Hong Kong, Kingsway Cars teamed up with Lamborghini to create a special edition Gallardo LP550-2 model.
Kung fu legend Bruce Lee’s former residence in Hong Kong will be put up for sale after a plan to turn the property into a museum dedicated to the icon failed.
A pair of rare stamps bearing a picture of Chinese nationalist leader Sun Yat-sen sold for over $700,000 at a sale in Hong Kong on Saturday.
Cartier has unveiled two new Rotonde de Cartier limited-edition watches, available to the Hong Kong market only.
Luxury French baking brand Ladurée will be arriving in Hong Kong later this year, with its first outlet to open in Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui.
A unit in Frank Gehry-designed Opus Hong Kong recently sold for HK$470 million (US$61 million), setting the record for the priciest condominium in the city.
Ming Xi, Xiao Wen Ju & Wang Xiao photographed by Nick Knight for Lane Crawford Fall/Winter 2012 Campaign.
Chinese shoppers are increasingly buying luxury goods in mainland China, turning away from high-end stores abroad and in Hong Kong.
New York-based fashion designer Vivienne Tam has unveiled her latest creation: a one-of-a-kind suite at Hong Kong’s Hotel Icon.
Shanghai Tang’s menswear designer, Armele Barbier, and Colossi Cycling’s Jan Kole have built a bike that rides tight and looks classic.
“Boutique Design” has designed “The Canopy” which is a residential tower that aims to take advantage of Hong Kong’s geographic specifications.