Others have done it before. Now it’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s turn. Today A-Z Sportswear is releasing an underwear commercial, starring the footballing God himself.

Last week Zlatan shared the music that gives him the inner strength to perform, in a Spotify Playlist for his own brand A-Z Sportswear. Now he is taking it one step further in a commercial about the only gold that matters – your own inner gold.

Gold belongs to anyone who dares to start something, and has the strength to see it through. Gold isn’t reserved for the precious few that can afford it. Because it’s inside all of us, just waiting to be uncovered. The more you push yourself, the brighter it shines.

To constantly inspire you to keep on believing in your own inner gold, A-Z’s boxers have gold on the inside. The Inner Gold video features music by Swedish rapper Erik Lundin. Like Zlatan, Lundin has gone from an upbringing in an unintegrated community in Sweden, and truly knows what it takes to believe in himself despite no one thinking that you can make it.

”Gold isn’t something reserved for those who can afford it. Gold is something thats inside every single one of us. It’s about knowing that anyone can shine, as long as you fight hard enough for others to see it.”

– Erik Lundin



Scotch & Soda


Spring/Summer 2017 Men and Women Collections For Spring-Summer 2017 we immerse ourselves in beautiful natural habitats – from high and dry desert to lush, flora- filled rainforest. We see these natural terrains through the eyes of the habitats’ creatures – creating crazy wild proportions: Botanical patterns and animal prints transform into micro and exploded versions. The metallic beauty of beetles inspiring a shimmering layer you can’t miss. We also draw on our favourite artists’ impressions of this natural beauty. Like Henri Rousseau, who painted the exotic of the jungle without ever having seen it. We adopt his naïve, two-dimensional, flora- ooded lens. We begin Spring in a world of greens and sun-cast-on-rain metallics. Treks into high summer habitats immerse our collection in more colour – from dirt-washed pastels to vivid toxic-warning brights. This season Scotch & Soda also introduce a beach capsule: Five white pieces edged with sweet geo embroideries and French taping for swift summer time-outs




For Spring-Summer 2017, Givenchy is launching a campaign using its most classic codes. Between strong women and men whose intrepid natures withstand space and time, the new Givenchy campaign, designed as a double page spread with images that echo and complement each other, demonstrates the principle of duality at the heart of Givenchy’s DNA.

Shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the campaign blends masculine and feminine, classic and chic allures, alongside this season’s Horizon and Cross Body bags. Using this mirror image, two girl models become twins by dressing identically, a mark of recognition of the Givenchy tribe; the same boy duplicates himself and changes personality by adopting a formal and a streetwear look.

The closely cropped portraits of strong personalities of the Givenchy gang contrast with the images of pairs of youths in a Martian landscape, that references up the adventurous spirit of the brand.

Creative Director: Riccardo Tisci
Photographers: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott @ Art Partner

Art Director: Giovanni Bianco @ GB65
Stylist: Carine Roitfeld
Hair Stylist: Jimmy Paul @ Susan price
Make Up Artist: Kate Lee @ Starworks


Irina Shayk @ Oui Management
Mariacarla Boscono @ Women Management Lea T @ Women Management
Vittoria Ceretti @ Elite Paris
Faretta @ Elite Paris

Jegor Venned @ Elite Paris Victor Perr @ 16 Me


Gigi gives us the boot! This fall, Stuart Weitzman has collaborated with Gigi Hadid, the face of the Fall 2016 ad campaign, on an exclusive design for the brand — the Gigi Boot. The hiker-inspired high heel combat bootie was co-designed by the social supermodel and reflects her sleek street style and fashion-forward flair.

Hadid was inspired by the brand’s stellar boot reputation, but used her creative vision to put a unique, personal spin on the lace-up bootie silhouette. The Gigi Boot is set on a stacked heel, boasts bold metallic eyelets accented by duo-toned laces designed to wrap around the ankle and is finished with a detailed collar. The bootie is available in three materials, so there are multiple options for her style squad: a classic-yet-modern nero soft croco-calf leather and two shiny chic metallics, including iron specchio and copper glass. The bootie comes in a signature Gigi Hadid box and is available exclusively at Stuart Weitzman retail locations and global websites. The retail price is HKD 6200 for the metallic styles and HKD 6650 for the nero soft croco-calf version.

“This experience has been such a thrill, from choosing the style to selecting materials to creating the signature box. I am so excited to finally share these boots and be able to wear them myself!  I’m so proud to be a spokesperson for Stuart Weitzman, not only because I’m the biggest fan of the shoes, but also because of all they do to give back. I couldn’t have asked for a better way to further my partnership with Stuart Weitzman than to get creative, and am so happy to know the boots I designed will be helping kids through the non-profit organization, Pencils of Promise. I’m truly proud of this collaboration from all angles,” said Gigi Hadid.

A short film directed by James Franco and starring Hadid, titled #doitright, will kick off the Gigi Boot’s global retail debut on www.stuartweitzman.hk. Shot at Brooklyn’s iconic Gleason’s Gym, the dynamic film features Gigi as “the champ,” as she jabs and moves around the boxing ring, dominating every opponent – all while wearing the Gigi Boot. Art imitates life in the film, as the boxing concept was inspired by Hadid’s real-life workout regimen – and, like the global advertising campaign, it captures her power, agility and gracefulness. The energetic visuals are enhanced by the upbeat soundtrack “Do It Right” by Martin Solveig and Tkay Maidza.

The Gigi Boot not only looks amazing, but helps do amazing things. Her design is a celebration of the Stuart Weitzman partnership with Pencils of Promise, a financial commitment this fall 2016 season to build three schools: one each in Ghana, Guatemala and Laos. With a focus on creating quality elementary education programs within the rural regions of developing nations, the Stuart Weitzman and PoP partnership takes a step closer to the vision that every child has the basic right to education.


Shop 3076, ifc Mall, Central

+852 2408 8676

Shop G208, Gateway Arcade, Harbour City
+852 2118 2317

Shop 322, Times Square, Causeway Bay

+852 2118 3733


NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 26: Gigi Hadid attends Stuart Weitzman's Launch of the Gigi Boot on October 26, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Stuart Weitzman)

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 26:  Padma Lakshmi and Gigi Hadid attend Stuart Weitzman's Launch Of The Gigi Boot on October 26, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Stuart Weitzman)

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 26:  Popcorn is served to guests at Stuart Weitzman's Launch Of The Gigi Boot on October 26, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Stuart Weitzman)

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 26:  Models Rachel Hilbert, Olivia Culpo, and Devon Windsor attend Stuart Weitzman's Launch Of The Gigi Boot on October 26, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Stuart Weitzman)

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 26:  A view of the interior at Stuart Weitzman's Launch Of The Gigi Boot on October 26, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Monica Schipper/Getty Images for Stuart Weitzman)


1-gigi_group 2-gigi_box gigi_black-croc_hkd6650 gigi_bronze_hkd6200 gigi_iron_hkd6200



lowgigi-behind-the-scene_aik_8254-2-copy lowgigi-behind-the-scene_aik_8386-copy lowgigi-behind-the-scene_aik_8976-copy










Berluti for KRUG


For late 2016, Berluti and Krug are embarking on the next chapter of their collaboration by creating two exclusive, limited-edition bags with only 100 numbered examples available: Short Journey and Long Journey. Drawing their inspiration from Berluti’s emblematic Un Jour briefcase, these bags have been designed as exclusive accessories for collectors

and Krug Lovers alike. The dual-purpose bags, which are Champagne carriers for transporting bottles of Krug and Joseph glasses, or travel bags for carrying Berluti shoes, also stand out by virtue of their exclusive dark cherry patina, which lends them a deep gloss.

Both bags feature an outer zip pocket with a patinated Venezia leather zip-pull. The interior is lined with « grigio topo » micro ber and the signature « Berluti pour Krug »

features inside and out. Included is also a bag charm reproducing the iconic shape of a bottle of Krug Champagne.

The small design, Short Journey, features three removable compartments in a bag supplied with a bottle of Krug Grande Cuvée accompanied by two Joseph glasses in a annel pouch signed « Berluti pour Krug ». This small bag can also hold a pair of Berluti shoes and a shoe care kit. *

The large design, Long Journey, features six removable compartments in a bag supplied with a bottle of Krug Grande Cuvée and one of Krug Rosé, accompanied by four Joseph glasses, also presented in a annel pouch. This large-format bag can also hold up to three pairs of Berluti shoes. *

* Please refer to the last page for details on availability and prices

Diane Von Furstenberg Fall 2016

“Life is her journey, her clothes are her friends, as she becomes the woman she wants to be.” -Diane von Furstenberg







Moschino SS17



Way before Barbie there were paper dolls: 2D, hand-drawn mannequins delivered on the page with their own illustrated wardrobes. For his Spring Summer 2017 Moschino collection, Jeremy Scott finds inspiration in this original game of cut and paste for girls of taste.

Plus to muster that sweet, hard rush of insta-gratification for this season’s instantly-shoppable offering, Scott turns to another genre of ‘Dolls’ – as Jacqueline Susann termed them in her scandalous novel of 1966. It’s a capsule collection with a powerful dose of capsules.

Deploying trompe l’oeil detailing, angled illustrative flourish, and a first-look ’til last-look motif that echoes the white tabs of the original paper dolls, the collection is a Moschino-flavoured reverie on the ceremony of personal facade. It begins with a spaghetti strapped, slimly fitted shift dress that suddenly furls mid-calf to echo the foldable stand of the original paper dolls: its front is illustrated to make the wearer seem deshabille, in black bra and panties. She is the template, ready to be outfitted.

Early looks echo the joyous source code of the house’s creator: Franco Moschino’s signature black on red polka dot, his chains, that peace sign, those teddy bears. But those pearls are flattened panels, that bling is painted on, and those bears ain’t there. Whimsically subversive agit-chic. Dada-touched irreverence. A sly examination of stereotype that extends to the set: the gold chairs with red-velvet cushions, an intimate, half- raised, red-carpeted runway. A boldly old school reset.

What you see and what you get are never in sync. An apparently half shrugged-on trench coat, with a wickedly manicured hand just visible at its lapel, is nothing of the sort. What is ostensibly a capelet in pastel paint-by-numbers floral that seems to balloon below it certainly isn’t. Keep looking.

Scott takes a trip. Hoodies and sweats, quilted and chain-strewn leather minis, faux-kini bodies, Daisy Duke fishnet leggings, bikers and bombers, logo sportswear, washed denim: is this the real life, or just fantasy? The capsule of capsule strewn handbags, backpacks and dresses – plus a prescription pillbox clutch – hints at escape from reality.

The finale is a procession of augmented unreality eveningwear. Ruche and swoosh and swirl frozen in a 2D moment, yet 3D real. An interplay of true and skewed. From the front, a sugary hit of colour and flounce given hyper-real definition though illustrative steroid. From the back though, a blank. Paper dolls.

Hair: Paul Hanlon at Julian Watson Agency Makeup: Tom Pecheux and the M·A·C PRO team Stylist: Carlyne Cerf De Dudzeele
Music: Michel Gaubert
Production: Random Production


Ports 1961 Spring/Summer 2017

01 05 10 16 24 28Places.
Happy Days.
Happy Nights.

Shop Details:

Ports 1961 Hong Kong Canton Road Store
116-120 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon (+852 2468 1961)



The Mr&Mrs Italy Spring / Summer ’17 women’s collection introduces an original re-interpretation of activewear. mmi-ss-17-look-1 mmi-ss-17-look-2 mmi-ss-17-look-3 mmi-ss-17-look-4 mmi-ss-17-look-7 Classic work-out pieces find a new identity by combining sophisticated fabrics, intricate embroidery and luxury embellishments. Faithful to its original philosophy, Mr&Mrs Italy has chosen fabric exclusively designed for this collection. For example, the jacquard jacket is woven from wool and cotton on a specialist Italian loom, by local artisans. This collection has been designed for an active, dynamic woman, who is elegant and sophisticated in every occasion.