If you have been following our instagram account (which you should), you will have known by now that Marc Freeman of Camilla and Marc was in town just a few days ago. Electric sekki arranged press interviews with Marc in D- mop, On Lan St. in Central. Here are some behind the scenes photos that will give you an idea of what transpired on a lovely afternoon with Marc Freeman himself, the press, the Electricsekki marketing team, and the ever reliable D-mop staff.
The window display in D-mop Central last week.
Looking at the display from the inside.
The Electric sekki team getting ready for the press.
Marc being interviewd by Harper's Bazaar.
Marc being interviewed by Me Magazine.
Model being made up by D-mop Beauty.
Marc being interviewed by Manifesto.
Marc posing for Manifesto.
Our model all set and ready to shoot.
Another interview now with Oriental Daily.
Our model working it for the camera
Loving this jacket!
Marc being interviewed by Electric sekki. Get to know Marc Freeman, next on the blog we will feature our interview with Marc. We asked him interesting questions like the future of Camilla and Marc in Asia, his personal style/ favorite designers, and the much awaited footwear that their label is coming up. Don't miss!
As part of the Asian leg of his tour, Henry Holland and/or Mr. Quiffy was in I.T. (Kingston St., Causeway Bay) on October 23 to launch the collaboration of his famous quiff and Sanrio's Mr. Men and Little Miss. Don't worry if you didn't make it to the event, we'll take you behind the scenes. Warning: there will be some cuteness overload!
Here's the window display that you definitely won't miss when you pass by Kingston Street:
The hardworking IT ladies getting Mr. Quiffy ready...
The Quiffs posing in front of the camera:
Interviews with East Touch and Flash On.
More interviews! This time with Elle, Milk, and Electricsekki.
There were Mr. Quiffy (and other Mr. Men Little Miss characters) cookies, macaroons, stuffed toys, and even drinks.
The ladies didn't forget to show up in Henry Holland's clothes. There were lots of sequins and glitters in I.T. that afternoon, it did look and feel like The House of Holland.
Everyone loved having their photos taken with Mr. Quiffy and Henry.
Our friends from Sanrio also came to support the event:
And they wore their cutest Mr. Men Little Miss accessories:
How cute is this little miss?
Also spotted a pair of Superga x House of Holland platforms.
See you again, Mr. Quiffy!
You can check out the collection at I.T. Kingston Street, Causeway Bay til November 21! Next on the blog: our interview with Henry. We asked him some really fun questions ( One Direction, dream celebrity to dress...etc.) Stay tuned!
Shopping is always exciting but when the best department stores like Lane Crawford installs the most fashionable displays in their atrium, shopping becomes more pleasurable and enjoyable. We took a trip to Lane Crawford in IFC Mall and we are amazed at the whole set up, it's definitely a fashion paradise.
In this installation at Lane Crawford IFC, you definitely won't miss ELLERY.
Ellery has fast tracked from "the one to watch" to "the one everyone wants". Her collection expresses a dynamic and sophisticated style through an exploration of volume and rich textures.
Hailing from Perth, Western Australia, Ellery was born into a creative household. She grew up surrounded by the Art of her Mother; a New Zealander who worked in Textiles, Print Making and Ceramics. Daring combinations of textures, effortless aesthetics, and decidedly feminine. Lane Crawford displays the collection in the atrium to highlight structural shape, which Ellery is best known for. It's no wonder why requests from Madonna’s Stylist to US Vogue and Harpers keeps coming in. Ellery also dresses some of the worlds top models and extremely influential Australian women.
As you enter into the designer's area, you are welcomed by beautiful pieces from Ellery's latest collection. The set up is perfect, putting the "NOW" designers such as Jill Sander, Sacai, and Delpozo near each other- promising a wonderful shopping experience.
Getting excited to shop? Click here to see where to find Ellery.
— October 28, 2014 —
White is always a summer favourite, but in recent seasons, it has been used in a very minimalist, stark way. For Spring/Summer 2015, white is being taken to a whole new level of detail and sophistication, through the use of gorgeous textures and fabric treatments. No longer just a simple white cotton shirting or jersey fabric, white was season at Paris Fashion Week in the form of broderie anglais, lace, knitwear, pinstriped, sequinned, appliquéd and more. Whatever texture you could add to it, we saw it at Paris Fashion Week. And so, in this edition of Trendspotting from the SS15 collections, we take you through our favourite textured white pieces of the season. There's just something about white that feels so light and refreshing--perfect for summer; and we can't wait to start wearing these pieces when they drop in store this spring!
Textured white details on the perfect summer dress from Chalayan.
Basic white pieces are given an extra textural dimension through the use of pinstripes at Camilla & Marc.
Eyelet and lace textures on a safari-inspired piece at Valentino.
An easy textured white dress from D.EFECT.
A show-goer at Chanel in a textured white knit dress.
The perfect textured white layering piece from Ellery.
Layers of texture created by ephemeral volume at Ellery.
A white purse is given a textural surface through the use of appliquéd flowers at Nancy Gonzalez.
A beautifully summery white broderie anglaise top from (nude).
A little white dress is given a textural element through the use of holographic pailettes at Richard Nicoll.
Beautiful textured white fabrics at Dior.
A sexy, bohemian white sumer lace dress at Chloe.
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