Michael Kors is pleased to announce the release of the Spring 2021 ad campaign for MICHAEL Michael Kors and Michael Kors Mens, starring Bella Hadid, Mayowa Nicholas, Heejung Park and Salomon Diaz in a short film by famed music video director Matty Peacock, and still images by New York photographer Jason Kim.

The new campaign reimagines the brand’s jet set roots for the current times. Borrowing legendary editor and fashion icon Diana Vreeland’s famous line, “the eye has to travel,” we focus on those elements of travel—adventure, exploration and a new perspective—that are experienced even when staying close to home. Throughout the video-driven campaign, we rediscover New York City through the daydreams of quintessential jet-setter and supermodel Bella Hadid. From the Empire Diner to The American Museum of Natural History, to Central Park and breathtaking views of the New York Harbor, the campaign opens the door to some of New York’s most iconic sights.

“As Diana Vreeland famously said, ‘the eye has to travel’—and during these times when we might not be able to experience new destinations, we have to find other ways to change our eye and imagine different possibilities,” says Michael Kors. “Whether it’s looking back at old photos, flipping through a travel book or visiting places in your city or neighborhood, we all need that momentary escape to decompress and feel inspired.”

For MICHAEL Michael Kors Spring 2021, the looks blend on-the-go cool with city polish. Splashes of color pop against laid-back denim, chic outerwear and bold stripes. When it comes to accessories, the campaign spotlights the brand’s Signature logo. The Slater crossbody bag is featured in vanilla Signature logo with clementine orange trim. The iconic SoHo chain handbag is also highlighted, styled in fresh seasonal colorways and updated with glamorous metal studding.

This season, Michael Kors Mens offers the ultimate in city-sleek polish with sporty separates, striped Signature logo accessories and luxe sunglasses.

The global campaign will debut in February, with print ads running in select spring issues worldwide. The images will also appear in digital outlets, as well as social media platforms and traditional outdoor media placement.

 XUÂN: Wanchai’s New Neighbourhood Bia Hơi

A Buzzing ‘Beer Corner’ and NEW Drinking Snacks Arrive at the Modern Vietnamese Eatery

Modern Vietnamese eatery, XUÂN, puts forward an outstanding beer combo, bringing Hanoi’s beloved beer culture to buzzing Wan Chai.

Promising to be the ultimate ‘bia hơi’ which translates to ‘beer corner’ in English, XUÂN encourages everyone in the neighbourhood to swing by and sip on Vietnamese craft beer al fresco.

A bucket of six Saigon Beers are offered for the unbeatable price of HK$138, while artisanal Hong Kong-brewed Moonzen Beer is available for only HK$198/six bottles.

Offering the perfect escape from the otherwise busy and bustling district, XUAN’s comfortably tucked-away location allows for guests to come in and enjoy the restaurant’s unique brand of fragrant and flavourful cuisine, undisturbed and in a laid-back environment.

NEW drinking snacks come in the form of Chef John Nguyen’s veggie-friendly Vietnamese Buttery Corn (HK$88) or a specially-spiced Vietnamese Mixed Nuts Platter (HK$78) which features chilli and pungent baby shrimp for a hit of umami. Crispy Golden Squid (HK$98) are perfect with XUÂN classic snacks like battered and fried Kho Chicken Wings (HK$98) or XUAN’s signature herb-laced Cha Gio Spring Rolls (HK$128) starring fresh local grouper for the ideal late afternoon pick-me-up.

The special beer bucket deal runs all day, every day* making XUÂN the best place to soak in the sun and while away the hours during lockdown.



Address: G/F, 12-24 Lun Fat Street, Wan Chai

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday from 11:30 am to 10pm*

*Hours adjusted as per government regulations.

Tel: +852 2891 1177

Email: info@xuan.com.hk


Celebrate Spring in Style with the Harvey Nichols Afternoon Tea at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong

As Spring begins to bloom, Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong partners with luxury retailer Harvey Nichols to introduce an exclusive afternoon tea set inspired by the season to celebrate new beginnings with sumptuous style. Available from 1 until 31 March 2021, guests who choose this experience will be offered an array of shopping, styling and beauty benefits at Harvey Nichols Landmark and Pacific Place.

Presenting a couture meets culinary experience, Executive Pastry Chef Christophe Sapy has elegantly curated a menu that highlights the finest seasonal produce, bountiful flavours and invigorating colours. The decadent set features an assortment of sweet treats such as a Victoria Sponge Cake, Cherry Trifle, Lemon Meringue Tart, Mandarin Milk Chocolate Cake and the 1963 Mandarin Cheesecake. The spring inspiration is extended to a beautifully crafted pastry, Style of Spring, which is Raspberry, Rose and White Chocolate Tart.

Guests can also feast on a range of refined sandwiches including Smoked Salmon, Roe, Dill; Roast Beef, Horseradish, Watercress; Ham Hock Terrine, Piccalilli, Honey Mustard; and Fig and Sun-dried Tomato Tart. No afternoon tea would be complete without a selection of raisin and classic scones accompanied by Mandarin Oriental’s famed rose petal jam and Devon clotted cream.

During the promotion, every guest who orders the Harvey Nichols Blossom in Style Afternoon Tea will receive a complimentary selection of exclusive privileges** inclusive of a private styling session in the Harvey Nichols Personal Shopping Suite, a fashion shopping coupon valued at HKD300 and a special beauty gift with a choice of a Sulwhasoo First Care Activating Serum (4ml) or a Tom Ford Private Blend Fragrance Discovery Kit (two packs of 1.5ml).

Available at Clipper Lounge and Café Causette located on the mezzanine level of the hotel, the Harvey Nichols Blossom in Style Afternoon Tea is priced at HKD 368* per person or HKD 548* per person including one glass of Ruinart “R” Brut or Ruinart Rosé Champagne. Afternoon tea at Clipper Lounge is served from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., Monday to Friday, and 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday and public holidays, as well as 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Afternoon Tea at Café Causette is served from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Click here for the full menu.

For more information and reservations, please call +852 2825 4000 or emailmohkg-restaurants@mohg.com. *Prices are subject to a 10% service charge.

**Terms and conditions apply. For more details, please contact the Harvey Nichols Customer Relations team at +852 3695 3388.

Off-White™ Reveals Spring/Summer 2021 Collection

“Imaginary TV” Captures Off-White’s Universal Approach to Creativity by Promoting Inclusivity and Pushing the Envelope Forward for the Industry

Off-White™ and its Founder and Creative Director Virgil Abloh hosted a groundbreaking, globally-interconnected digital event to reveal the label’s Spring/Summer 2021 collection. The get together is dubbed “Imaginary TV,” and the interface—custom built for this unique showcase—features an interactive online complex, complete with a series of special performances. Off-White™’s virtual landscape (which will remain online post-event) offers a myriad selection of channels and networks, just like a television set. Each has a specific purpose in demonstrating the concepts behind the collection. Milan-based and international performers expressing a range of artistic practices have contributed to this electronic experience, mixing fashion with frontier-pushing digital innovation. Ultimately, Abloh envisioned this space as a way to contemporarily reflect Off-White™’s pillars: “Imaginary TV” captures a universal approach to creativity by promoting inclusivity and pushing the envelope forward in terms of how the industry, consumers and fans alike interact with one another.

Products highlighted in the digital rooms include: the Off-White™ x Air Jordan collaboration, eyewear, Off-Active athletic clothing, the “Out-of-Office” sneaker, the Spring/Summer 2021 collection’s overall stories and the launch of a new accessory called The Burrow Bag. The Burrow Bag is an evolution of Abloh’s “Swiss” and “meteor shower” concepts; it debuts with a perforated shoulder bag shape, featuring luxurious materials and finished with a handcrafted finesse. This punch-holed graphic treatment is becoming more and more established in the Off-White™ aesthetic canon. Moreover, the shoulder bag on view in “Imaginary TV” is, in fact, already buyable at www.off—white.com and www.farfetch.com.

The rest of the collection, titled “Adam is Eve,” will become available over three product drops between February and May. This delivery-staggering demonstrates Off-White™’s disruptive new business model of presenting collections and immediately following these unveilings with the first drop, whereby the rest of the lineup is released throughout the season. Abloh has created a gender-blended lineup that remains optimistic and idea-diverse, rife with juxtaposed thoughts and interchangeable elements. Length, volume, color and cut are all fluid; this is the first time that Off-White™ has merged its menswear and womenswear design studios, creating a liquidity and a common ground between the two. Print is minimal, but when used, it flourishes; tones are solid and blocked, cutout and lengthened across heightening silhouettes.

“The idea of ‘Imaginary TV’ stems from a modern poetic vision for, and of, the evermore virtual world. It takes a universal and all-inclusive approach. I want to connect and generate a global network, and bring together creativity while catalyzing a range of emotions,” says Virgil Abloh. “We’re living in a world and at a time that is already largely digitally native. Within the collection itself, I wanted to capture what it is to be human at this very moment. Conundrum is OK, glitches are OK, duality is OK, and a dissolution of norms is OK.”

Within “Imaginary TV,” the Spring/Summer 2021 collection is highlighted by live performances and live activations in Italy. These installations and engagements comprised a varied mix of disciplines, lensing different cultures, humanity, artistry, a sense of celebration and self-expression. Talents include Michele Rizzo, Graffiti Milano, Caterina Barbieri, a group of free-climbing athletes, Binta Diaw, Fabio Cherstich, Damiano Afrira and Off-White™’s own skilled artisans.

“Imaginary TV” also presents international performances at various slots throughout the day. Abloh enlisted the help of an international assortment of talent across time zones, furthering this notion of proximity and connection across time and distance. These multidisciplinary talents include: Wallette, Ash Lauryin, Domi and JD Beck, Letizia Galloni, Prince Gyasi, Mdou Mocatr, Liang Biying, and Kiri Okuyama.


Times Square x emograms launches “Houseful of Joy”

As Chinese New Year approaches, many Hong Kongers are looking forward to the coming of the new year more than ever before! The ever so thoughtful Times Square especially invited Hungarian visual artist and designer, Kissmiklos to make his debut in Hong Kong, which uses his signature emograms as the inspiration behind the “Houseful of Joy” New Year Project. From January 18 to February 28, 2021, a huge art installation of emograms, interactive cheering zone, and art exhibition, shall bring you endless joy and smiles to Hong Kong people who have been secluded behind daily mask wearing in the past year.  At the same time, January 25 to February 8, 2021, upon designated spending at Times Square you could redeem a limited edition exquisite Temari ball designed red packet set and a stylish fortune bag. Join Times Square this Chinese New Year to pass on sincere blessings to everyone around.


The golden smiley face ball falls from the sky. The giant emograms ™  and lucky cat art installation signify prosperity and good fortune

Hungarian visual artist and designer Kissmiklos is known for integrating architecture, art, design, and graphic design to create visually impactful stories. Inspired by the word “emoji” which was once selected as the “Oxford Dictionary’s word of the year”, he designed his well-known emograms serieswhich showcases a variety of emotional facial expression from everyday life, created by various arrangements of alphabetical punctuations. The emograms series of Kissmiklos has been frequently published in the famous design magazine “BRAND”, and the Ball.Room project was exhibited at the 2019 Gwangju Design Biennale, which became a social media hotspot. This time, invited by Times Square to jointly create the “Houseful of Joy” New Year Project, Kissmiklos has made several breakthroughs in his design to cater to the festive atmosphere of the New Year.


As you enter Times Square’s atrium, a giant emograms light installation will immediately catch your attention. Be greeted by 8 giant inflatable emograms showing smiles full of positivity and auspicious New Year vibe, including the English characters “COOL”, “LOVED”, “HAPPY”, “FULL”, “SMILE”, “GOOD”, “LUCKY” and “ENJOY”. For the first time, Kissmiklos uses metallic tones in his design work, which not only implies auspiciousness, but also perfectly brings out New Year’s atmosphere of prosperity and harmony!


The art installation composed of two giant emograms “GOOD” and “LUCK” are equally eye-catching. Among them, the metallic “LUCK” emogram was custom designed for this project. Between the two giant emograms, discover a large “福”  fai chun which is Kissmiklos’ first Chinese word design.The ambiance created by this art installation is bursting with the festivity and good fortune!

The giant interactive lottery balls cheering stations are equally exciting for everyone to enjoy. Discover three big lottery ball machines each representing “Sweet Honey”, “Full House of Gold and Silver” and “Full of Happiness” are filled with “LOVED”, “LUCKY” and “Full” emogram respectively. Press the control in front of the lottery ball machines to charge them up with vitality, and watch “Lucky” emograms toss and roll with great fortune!


On the opposite side of the cheering lottery machines sits a two-meter-high lucky cat art installation. For the first time, Kissmiklos designs on non-spherical objects, giving these lucky cats outfits that sports a Chinese New Year atmosphere. Three fluffy lucky cats of differing sizes each printed with the character “Fu” specially designed by Kissmiklos for this project. Standing in front of the giant “KUNG HEI FAT CHOI” signage, these lovable lucky cats are selfie ready and waiting to greet you with good fortune.


Finally, there will be an exhibition gallery at the center of the atrium. Six selected 3D emograms are displayed, including “GOOD”, “HAPPY”, “LOVED”, “LUCKY”, “ENJOY” and “SMILE”. While enjoying the classic designs of designer Kissmiklos, Times Square’s aim is to wish Hong Kongers a happy new year in 2021 blessed with good luck and laughter. Reminding everyone that even though we are wearing masks, do not forget to keep smiling and enjoy life.


Bringing you sincere wishes for the New Year with a limited edition Temari designed red packets and stylish fortune bag!


Chinese New Year is incomplete without lucky money from red packets.  Inspired by the Temari ball that symbolizes “Wealth and Reunion”, Times Square brings you a special limited edition “Wealthy Blessing”  red packet.  Temari balls originated in the Tang Dynasty in China. Not only does the Chinese writing of Temari ball symbolize bringing happiness to the people around you, the ancient Temari was an artefact believed to bring blessings to others.  Giving a red packet with such a special meaning in its design doubles up the blessings to loved ones.


The set of eight red packets include four circular and four traditional rectangular shaped red packets, each with various Temari ball designs.  These delicate red packets are comparable to art pieces; created with exquisite and craftsmanship such as embroidery, gold leafing etc. In addition, Times Square is launching a special “Good Luck” Bag, with a bright red color and a touch of gold, which fashionably augments the new year.


From 25 Jan – 8 Feb, upon same-day spending of certain amount (maximum 2 receipts) by electronic transaction to redeem “Wealthy Blessing” red packet and “Good Luck” Bag. Customers are required to register at https://timessquare.com.hk/member/index.php to join this promotion and enjoy the rewards.


Same day spending

by electronic payment

Can redeem
HK$1,000 or above A set of “Wealthy Blessing” Lai See
HK$2,000 or above A set of “Wealthy Blessing” Lai See and a ” Good Luck ” Lai See Bag

Limited daily quota for all items, first come first served. Available while stock lasts.

Terms and conditions apply.


Date:               25 Jan – 8 Feb 2021

Time:               10am-10pm

Location:         5/F and 9/F Redemption Counter


With its rich and prestige British heritage of the brand since 1865, The Langham, Hong Kong presents “A Glimpse of London”, the first-ever and groundbreakingexperience to local staycation in 2021 – get on board The Langham flight with the pink boarding pass to London, take Instagrammable photos from the two very elegantly decorated British theme rooms, and enjoy the best of the best British cuisines.

A Glimpse of London

When travelling has become one of the most essential ways to retreat from the busy metropolitan life, embarking on a trip to London is a dream comes true especially during the times where all of us have to stay at home. The Langham, Hong Kong redefines borderless travel with the newest staycation experience by letting guests submerge into a seamless London trip with ease – check in to the iconic stylishly appointed guestroom with a tailor-made pink boarding pass, take millions of selfies for Instagram at two designated British theme rooms namely “A Trip to London Parks” and “Pink Afternoon Tea Room”, and delight in the decadentauthentic British menu at our fine restaurant.

Priced from HK$1,148* for a one-night stay at Superior Courtyard View Room (complimentary upgrade to Deluxe room), complimentary breakfast buffet for two and a 30-minute self-service photo session for two at the two British theme rooms; enjoy an extra HK$800 dining credit with rates begin at HK$1,648*.

A Trip to London Parks

Inspired by different famous parks in London, this meticulously decorated room in British style allows guests to soak in the tranquillity of natural parks in London, take a respite from the hustle of the never-stopping city, and be surrounded by grassy meadows and wooded expanses with a glance at the incredible landmarks and skyline in London.

Pink Afternoon Tea Room

Afternoon tea is not only always recognised as the British national pride, but also an opportunity to indulge and share with friends and family. This femininely decorated room showcases several Instagrammable spots in pastel colours for British tea lovers, which is a perfect place for guests to shine “pink” in the social media world.

Keep Calm and Eat On

Traditional British dishes will be available to make the London experience fulfilling and delicate. As The Langham hotels are known for serving the best afternoon tea experience since The Langham, London first served it in 1865, and was since fondly known as the birthplace of experiencing the tradition of British afternoon tea at a hotel, we continue to present this indulgence to guests as well as other British must-try including Fish N Chips, Shepherd’s Pie of Lamb, Banger and Mash, Baked Seafood Pie, Traditional British Breakfast and etc. at the hotel’s acclaimed restaurants.

*All prices are subject to 10% service charge

The Langham, Hong Kong welcomes reservations from now until 31 March 2021 and are available for stays between 18 January and 31 March 2021. Package details: https://bit.ly/3oxygTs

The World’s Most Instagrammed Waterfalls

REVEALED: The World’s Most Instagrammed Waterfalls

  • Niagara Falls maintains its worldwide recognition as the most Instagrammed waterfall with 4 million hashtags
  • Iguazú Falls in Argentina claims second place with just over a million posts
  • Iceland’s Gullfoss is the third most Instagrammed at 329,576 Insta hashtags
  • 59% of social media users are prepared to break travel restrictions to visit their dream destination
  • Angel Falls may be the tallest waterfall but it falls short on Instagram, placing in 20th

While millions are still constrained by lockdowns and Covid-19, social media has been a haven to explore the world from the comfort of our homes. With searches for ‘travel destinations’ up 100%*, it even allows us to plan future holidays.

Interested in tourist hotspots, Showerstoyou.co.uk were keen to discover which waterfalls are the most popular on social media. After collating the number of Instagram hashtags per waterfall, they can now reveal all!


In first place, Niagara Falls is the world’s most Instagrammed waterfall. While one of the smallest by size (51m), it appears the famed romantic destination hasn’t lost its appeal, raking in a total of 3,397,431 hashtags.

In second place is Iguazú Falls. Argentina’s Wonder of the World had its hashtag shared an incredible 1,005,532 times on Instagram and is a sight to see once overseas travel is allowed.

Gullfoss claims the third most popular waterfall on social media. One of Iceland’s biggest tourist attractions, physically and figuratively, it boasts 329,576 hashtags on Instagram.

In fourth is the famous Victoria Falls in Zambia (286,410 hashtags) and Skógafoss in Iceland (255,519 hashtags) in fifth – tourism in the near future to both should help their countries’ economies bounce back.

Completing the top ten most popular waterfalls to visit are:

  1. Multnomah Falls (USA) – 251,639 hashtags
  2. Yosemite Falls (USA) – 190,185 hashtags
  3. Seljalandsfoss (Iceland) – 163,914 hashtags
  4. Bridalveil Fall (USA) – 147,678 hashtags
  5. Snoqualmie Falls (USA) – 131,475 hashtags

Flipping the results, whilst it may be the tallest waterfall in the world, Angel Falls in Venezuela falls short and lands in 20th place – the Wonder of the World clocks just under 30,000 Instagram hashtags to date (29,659).

Also of less influence on social media are Peru’s Gocta Falls in 19th (36,810 hashtags) and Switzerland’s Rhine Falls in 18th place(44,065 hashtags).

For all waterfalls in the top 20, please refer to the graphic above for further information.


With travel restrictions differing from country to country, Showerstoyou.co.uk were also intrigued to discover how far people are willing to go to quench their sightseeing needs.

In a flash survey of 3,296 people, a whopping 59% stated they are willing to flout restrictions to visit somewhere they’ve always wanted to go.

33% said they are worried they won’t ever be able to visit locations on their bucket lists, and finally 24% said they had or are considering paying for a virtual tour experience.



Michael Kors is pleased to share the 2021 Lunar New Year campaign, celebrating the spirit of togetherness and spending time with the ones you love.

With fewer people traveling home for the holiday, this year’s campaign focuses on bringing a sense of home to you, wherever you are celebrating. Drawing inspiration from classic Chinese cinema, the vibrant stills and video vignettes capture those cherished moments and age-old traditions that make Lunar New Year so special—gathering around the dinner table with family and friends, sharing your favorite foods, and enjoying a cup of tea & sweets after the meal.

The 2021 Capsule Collection features a luxe selection of the brand’s most-loved bags, including the SoHo shoulder bag, exclusively offered in a new, special edition Red or Black Tweed.

Gift this bag to a loved one, and then, as per tradition, slip one of the brand’s logo-embossed red money envelopes inside.


Chef Max Levy Announces the Return of Omakase at Okra Hong Kong

Lunchtime Omakase is Now Served at the Popular Sake Bar’s Ground Floor

Okra Hong Kong is bringing back its long-awaited and unmatched Omakase offering exclusively for lunch.

The popular sake bar and eatery will serve its widely sought-after Omakase experience, for the first time on its ground floor. The shorter lunch hour-friendly version packs in a real punch, with each plate representative of the restaurant’s ingredient-driven philosophy, celebrating foods sourced locally and from an intimate network of choice growers and producers around the world.

Bold and beautiful flavours abound in the new menu, featuring an impressive array of, characteristically Okra, ‘unconventional’ creations. Emblematic sushi and sashimi dishes include Aged Toro Tartar with charcoal-black salt and white truffle, Roasted Carabinero Sushi starring Spanish scarlet-red prawn, a creamy and buttery Cod Shirako served hot on bamboo, accompanied by citrusy and spicy, yuzu kosho and more.

Keeping the elements of surprise and trust, in delivering this Japanese chef tradition in its most genuine form, Chef Max will alter the meal to highlight in-season produce, meat and seafood of only the best quality – allowing for guests to always arrive feeling intrigued, and leave feeling enlightened.

Okra Hong Kong’s newly-launched Omakase Lunch promises to be the perfect daytime indulgence. A concise version of the typically more elaborate traditional dinner affair, eight intricately prepared courses, followed by a delicately sweet serving of Matcha Ice Cream with a drizzle of probiotic-rich Amazake and a sprinkle of umami in the form of homemade black bean purée is now available from noon to 6pm at the Sai Ying Pun restaurant and sake bar, for HK$980/person.

At Okra, acclaimed chef and long-time sake scholar, Max Levy, should not only be trusted to serve the finest plates, but the chef’s recommendation should also be respected in presenting the best-suited sakes to pair with the meal. Lunchtime visitors can opt for a short pairing of four glasses of sake for HK$380/person, while those looking to make it a boozy brunch or lunch, will appreciate a longer pairing of eight glasses of premium sake for HK$680/person.

Reservations are essential to enjoy Okra’s Omakase Lunch. Bookings can be made for 12-6pm from Monday to Saturday by emailing info@okra.bar or by Whatsapping +852 2806 1038. Limited booking slots are also available via the restaurant’s online reservations system: https://www.exploretock.com/okra/experience/246555/lunch-omakase.

Address: G/F & 1/F 110 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun

Telephone: 2806 1038

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday 12-6pm*

*Hours adjusted as per government regulations.

Website: http://okra.kitchen/

Social: @okrahongkong

Reservations can be made by emailing info@okra.bar

Takeaway is available until 9pm, WhatsApp +2806 1038 to order.


Cartier Unveils The Culture of Design Campaign

Featuring Seven Iconic Designs with Precious Details

For Cartier, it all starts with the design. An uncompromising feature: the line is clean and precise. This radical concept, conceived by one of the only Maisons capable of designing creations that form a unique collection of cult jewellery and watchmaking designs, will become Cartier’s signature.

Tank, Trinity, Juste un Clou, Santos, Love, Panthère or Ballon Bleu, instantly recognizable, these collections are based on four main principles of creation: the purity of the line, the accuracy of the shape, the precision of proportions, the precious details.

This intelligence of design places objects seamlessly within their time as well as within the future. Contemporary, although vintage to some, these designs stand the test of time: classic, eternal, essential. They can all be reinvented and continue to inspire conversations: a boundless source of creative energy which Cartier dares to develop over time. A cultural, but also emotional heritage. These pieces are heirlooms. The connection that we have to these pieces continues to grow with time. A powerful feeling directly linked to the idea of heritage and the timelessness that they symbolise.




Cartier website: www.cartier.hk