lab x liger by Lane Crawford

Hong Kong fashion store Liger have opened a pop-up store in Lane Crawford’s IFC branch. I went to the opening yesterday to photograph the stylish people. Pure dedication to fashion.

That’s all the fashion darlings. Liger was founded in 2009 by Hilary Tsui and Dorothy Hui, and stocks both HK and international designers, like Holly Fulton, Karen Walker & Johanna Ho. They’ve made a video to present the collaboration, “How do I look?”, inspired by Andy Warhol’s film “Chelsea Girls”.

Check it out HERE

Lane Crawford is HK’s biggest fashion department store and was established in 1850. They offer the largest assortment of designer brands in Asia.  Their “lab” retail concept expresses a new fashion attitude, focusing on a unique mix of contemporary and new-generation brands. Previously collaborations have included Acne, Alexander Wang, rag & bone, Theory, Chlöe Sevigny x Opening Ceremony and many more.

Lane Crawford’s just done a collaboration with Manolo Blahnik, which was also on display yesterday. More on that later….

All photos by me.

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2 Responses to “lab x liger by Lane Crawford”
  1. Alex Flores says:

    Yeah but with money it is way too easy to be stylish. One doesn’t need a lot of brains to put outfits together. I admire only creativity on a very basic budget.

  2. neram87 says:

    Very fascinated by their style and they look great, but as you say, I admire it even more when done without spending much money. It’s true, then you have to become more creative. My best fashion moments were as a poor student in the UK, buying 3 pound clothes:)

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