Naomi Wattsi in Dior

Naomi Wattsi in Dior to the 71st Bambi Awards in Germany on 21st November.

  • Naomi Watts wore a Dior Spring-Summer 2020 white lace embroidered dress, a Dior blue leather evening clutch and Dior shoes.

Intimissimi’s much anticipated Fall Winter 19/20 fashion show

It was one big and bougie night at Intimissimi’s much anticipated Fall Winter 19/20 fashion show, flaunting the brand’s sexy and versatile yet, comfortable contemporary lingerie. Staged in a picturésque French café chanteuse setting, the event was decked out in countless lights, grand chandeliers and cascading shiny crystal pendants making the perfect white palette backdrop against which every woman can project a vision of herself. Moreover, winning the hearts of the audience was the spectacular line up of artists performing a series of captivating live acts to engage guests amid the glitz and the glam. The all white folies bergère was the ideal scene to showcase the Italian brand and its take on the cherished intimate garments every woman covets in her wardrobe.

It was one big and bougie night at Intimissimi’s much anticipated Fall Winter 19/20 fashion show, flaunting the brand’s sexy and versatile yet, comfortable contemporary lingerie. Staged in a picturésque French café chanteuse setting, the event was decked out in countless lights, grand chandeliers and cascading shiny crystal pendants making the perfect white palette backdrop against which every woman can project a vision of herself. Moreover, winning the hearts of the audience was the spectacular line up of artists performing a series of captivating live acts to engage guests amid the glitz and the glam. The all white folies bergère was the ideal scene to showcase the Italian brand and its take on the cherished intimate garments every woman covets in her wardrobe.

Among other guests who attended the fashion show were Hong Kong’s iconic Miss Hong Kong pageant winner and popular actress Grace Chan; Hong Kong’s Ambassador to Intimissimi Irisa Wong accompanied by her supermodel mother Janet Ma; Hong Kong socialite Amanda Lui and top fashion and beauty influencers Jessie Li, Jenn Lam and Jessica Wong. Adorned in the most intimate picks, Hong Kong’s stellar representation was spot on, if not extra.

Intimissimi is a real bra specialist for both women and girls, by assisting them to find – among its broad range of over 40 bra types – the right one in terms of support and performance, without sacrificing style and elegance. Intimissimi believes that each woman is unique with her own physical traits and character. Every woman should wear a different bra in terms of style and features to enhance her silhouette – and to express her personality.

Honorary Oscar Lina Wertmuller’s Celebration Lunch Hosted By Martha De Laurentiis
(Photo by Daniele Venturelli )


Hermès AW19 Collection

Hermès’ AW19 Women’s Silk

MICHAEL Michael Kors與Michael Kors Mens 2020


MICHAEL KORS榮幸宣佈,正式發佈由著名攝影師Cass Bird為MICHAEL Michael Kors和Michael Kors Mens掌鏡的全新2020假日系列廣告大片。

這兩個系列均以雪花水晶球為主題,展現了不同假日場景的魅力。在雪花飛揚的冬日裡,Bella Hadid、Austin Auggie和Salomon Diaz身著#MKGO“海洋滑雪風(Sea & Ski)”膠囊系列產品,已迫不及待開始在滑雪賽道上切磋技術,一決高下;夜幕降臨,與朋友Adesuwa Aighewi、Abby Champion和Heejung Park一起在這場盛大的假日聚會上盡情舞蹈;最後,身著俏皮的MICHAEL KORS LOGO配飾的他們,再次踏上了旅程,完美詮釋了獨具魅力的Jet Set風格。該廣告大片充滿活力和歡樂,展現別樣假日風趣。

MICHAEL Michael Kors 2020假日系列服裝和配飾充分滿足了消費者的多重需求, #MKGO“海洋滑雪風(Sea & Ski)”膠囊系列包含適用於任何場合的百搭產品,不論是舒適的滑雪針織衫,還是時尚的比基尼,以印花字母為標誌,活力動感,玩味十足。同時,將金屬質感與別致黑色調和素雅動物花紋相結合,輕鬆增添奢華氣質。本季背包、水桶包和腰包採用條紋皮革製成,LOGO印花背帶前衛大膽,搭配全新的Jet Set Girls圖案,背上即刻出發。搭配運動鞋和雪地靴,毫不費力增添整體造型時髦感。

Michael Kors Mens 2020假日系列服裝和配飾,實用性與時髦兼備,醒目的寶石藍和暮色藍與沉穩的中性色調形成鮮明碰撞,令服飾既能適合工作環境,又適用於各種娛樂場合。

該系列廣告大片已於2019年10月下旬正式發佈,並在美國、歐洲和亞太地區Vogue、Vanity Fair、Harper’s Bazaar、InStyle、Elle和GQ冬季刊中展現,也將覆蓋美洲、歐洲和亞洲總計約40個市場,同時還將通過數位媒體平臺、社交媒體平臺和傳統的戶外媒體進行推廣與宣傳。


Berluti’s Scritto Motif

Berluti’s iconic Scritto motif gets a multicolour revamp, taking over outerwear, clothing, bags and accessories in an array of vibrant, cosmic-inspired colours.

A tribute to the artisanal beauty of calligraphy and manuscripts created by Olga Berluti in the early 2000’s, the Scritto motif has since become one of Berluti’s trademarks, often engraved in Venezia leather objects or worked into jacquard fabric. This season, under Kris Van Assche’s direction, Scritto gets a pop, urban twist, with superimposed patterns taking on shades of indigo, ice grey, cosmic blue, clover and techno magenta and covering clothing and accessories for a modern, summery collection.

Worn with formal tailoring, outerwear blends traditional know-how with functional shapes and unique technical details. A technical parka is made from extremely thin water-repellent suede and finished with invisible seams. Another one features a three-fabric patchwork, mixing a check pattern with a clover green Scritto print over a cosmic blue background. A classic cashmere field jacket includes a bonded membrane to make it water-repellent. And Berluti’s emblematic nylon “B-Way” is covered in contrasted, colourful Scritto motifs.

Just like this season’s silk shirts, featuring boxy fits and large collars and paired with formal trousers. An avant-garde take on tailoring is embodied by the “Alessandro” jacket, a fully lined, full canvas construction with a sleek silhouette. Luxurious fabrics meet functional shapes and ultra-comfortable details in jogging trousers, complete with an elasticated drawstring belt. Casual looks are topped off with bright-coloured logo-ed tees and a structured neoprene hoodie embroidered in a chic leather logo.

Sneakers bring an extra dose of cool to the collection, with this season’s “Gravity” mixing Vitello Opaco leather with black mesh nylon and a three-layered rubber outsole, and featuring a black Scritto motif for the first time – or acquiring a rich wild berry tone. On the other hand, the minimal, pure- lined “Stellar” pairs essentialism with a true bootmaker attitude with a diamond cut-inspired square toe tip and decorative tone-on-tone stitches.

This season’s bags are doused in Scritto, with the “Complice” cross-body bag trading its usual Jacquard Scritto base for the new Nylon Multico fabric, complete with Vitello Piuma leather details. As does the brand new “Chill-Out” multi pocket tote. Taking on a new Storm Blue patina over its signature Venezia leather, the also new “Daylight” satchel takes Scritto engraving to new heights through a vibrant shade of clover green for a colourful, kaleidoscopic effect.



Unveiling the next round of iconic re-releases and must-have capsule drops…

四大必備都市機能capsule系列陸續登場 …

Inspired by its iconic history and signature designs, The North Face Urban Exploration presents its Fall/Winter 2019 collection, titled “The Archives, Reimagined,” for men and women. Since the brand’s beginnings until present day, we enable explorers of all walks — and we never stop exploring.

Designed for today’s city explorers who balance an active office and outdoor life, the new collection reinterprets TNF Urban Exploration’s archival products with urban elements, modern aesthetics and authentic utility.

For Winter, two of the brand’s classic and most popular outdoor functional jackets — the legendary “Nuptse” and the alpine-technical “Steep Tech” — are reinvigorated with a modern approach and restyled for today’s city look. Each jacket reinvents its traditional fabrics by infusing top-notch technologies, offering explorers a contemporary city look with modern style and unexpected functions.

Created under “The Archives, Reimagined” theme, the Winter 2019 season kicks off in October with the release of four new capsule collections:



This season, the many facets of the Stella Man are united under a defiant activist spirit, evoking a profound message of environmentalism with poetic messages by author Jonathan Safran Foer. Reinterpreting the themes of the women’s ready-to-wear collection with a subversive irreverence, pieces turn heritage on its head and not everything is as it seems.

The palette is a spectrum of rich, earthy tones like rust, camel and grey alongside fresh green ash and smoky teal, with pulses of bright colour like lilac and orange.

Stella’s eco ethos and hope for a circular future remain at the forefront, with 64% of the collection made from sustainable materials. Organic cotton, sustainable viscose, ECONYL® regenerated nylon and recycled polyester are used throughout.

Stella says of the collection, “this season is not only sustainably-made, but you see it in messaging and the prints on the clothes themselves. We’ve amplified it, we’ve turned it up a little bit, in a way that’s still hopefully joyous and approachable. Our touch is always humorous and hopeful.”

Inspired interpretations of Mother Nature enhance the collection throughout, the strongest presence within a capsule collection titled ‘We are the Weather’. Named after Jonathan Safran Foer’s upcoming novel about the climate crisis, it features his thought-provoking phrases and a countercultural, artful sun graphic across knitwear, organic cotton shirting, shorts and T-shirts, juxtaposing activism with classicism.

Hand-painted horses dance across a matching silk shirt, tie and shorts, acting as a Stella signature that is symbolic of her love for animals. Leopard is introduced into Spring Summer for the first time, created from photocopies of Fur-Free-Fur, scaled-up and printed onto lightweight separates like an organic cotton, voluminous duster coat and trousers.

Modern utility appears in various forms throughout the collection. Trousers and a jacket in refreshing smoky teal are worn with sleek Alter-Nappa monk strap shoes, characterising the Stella Man who is both an activist and a professional. An unexpected take on camouflage, a standout jumpsuit is printed with an all-over Earth satellite print.

Blurring the lines between formal and casual, checked grey Savile Row tailoring is overprinted with the graphic leopard print, or overlaid with a bold houndstooth. A powerful minimalism cuts through as a double-breasted suit is presented in blush pink and bleached denim pieces are offered in bright white.

The ‘Eco-weirdo’ graphic injects our signature sense of humour into a purple T-shirt and monochrome wallet, irreverently playing on the outside perception that climate change is just a fantasy. Dip-dyed pieces also add splashes of bold playfulness.

For accessories, functional pieces like backpacks and belt bags are printed with the satellite Earth print. The new logo water bottle holder is a nod to our hope for a world free from single-use plastics for the sustainably-minded Stella man.

Revisiting the activist spirit of the season, statement hiking boots with commando soles ground the footwear collection, subtly finished with the Stella recycled logo. The innovative, glue-free and easily recyclable Loop returns as a classic runner in Alter-Suede and recycled nylon in bright pop colours. Sunglasses transition from retro-futuristic to sleek and modern in both metal and bio-acetate frames.



Dior unveils the campaign for Maria Grazia Chiuri’s 2020 cruise collection, designed as a true “common ground*”, in tribute to diversity and savoir-faire.

Through her multicultural encounters, the Creative Director celebrates the richness of crafts; fashion being a unique network, inspired by countless places and times, that gives rise to a new vision.

As lensed by photographer Brigitte Niedermair**, Dior creations reveal all their magnetic essence. Worn in particular by the models Ruth Bell, Adesuwa Aighewi and Ana Barbosa, they are an ode to pluralistic femininity. With refined staging verging on monochrome, each shot blossoms into a painting illuminated by the silhouettes’ hypnotic beauty.

This collection tells, through traditions and cultures, to what extent techniques, gestures and images belong to a collective memory, a shared heritage. It is enriched and animated with a journey across the African continent through various creative collaborations*** initiated by Maria Grazia Chiuri. An extension of this precious artistic and polyphonic dialogue, this campaign highlights the graphic power of Dior codes.

Camouflage motifs, wax**** – the fabric of diversity and freedom – lace, cashmere jacquard, mottled jacquard, silk, shantung or embroideries, in shades of sand, indigo blue or burnt red ochre, are combined with poetry, and bodies seem to merge with the décor. Revealing the strength of Nature embodied in the tree of life – the baobab tree, a symbol of eternity – these creations create a common territory that is open to all possibilities.

The Bar suit, the House’s virtuoso emblem, reinvented in wax – in a special Christian Dior – Uniwax edition – serves as an echo to the elegance of a backdrop imprinted with the imaginings of Dior and Africa. Delicate reversible bob hats, notably clad in the iconic Dior Oblique canvas, complete this contemporary grace while the 30 Montaigne bag is boldly displayed behind a denim suit.

Brigitte Niedermair’s unique look makes the eternal and astonishing modernity of Dior icons shine more brightly than ever.




The MONCLER GENIUS WORLD TOUR 19 – 20 sees Moncler Genius escalate to the next level. It brings Moncler Genius into the context of a blockbuster world tour, pairing each collection with a special activation that will be curated to communicate its unique and inimitable character. Each collection has a dedicated launch which will be celebrated with the same electrifying energy as a tour date. The series of events will jump from country to country, from city to city, as the symposium of creatives tour their unique spark of genius around the world.


Hiroshi Fujiwara loves vintage and military styles, which he mixes with urban and tech references. His signature as a designer and cultural agitator is subtle in touch as it quietly assertive in result. Splashing bold lettering and mysterious slogans onto clean, functional pieces, Fujiwara turns the ordinary into the cult-like. Aviator references and lots of Americana mix with Mod nods and Pokémon touches in the 7 Moncler Fragment Hiroshi Fujiwara collection, which revolves around interpretations of the parka and the bomber jacket, under the slogan “Team Positive Force”. A military green parka, for instance, sports a piumino hood, while the bomber sprouts contrast sleeves; mixes of sturdy matte nylon and shiny padded nylon highlight the construction of garments. The idea for Fujiwara is to mix Moncler’s own technology and craftsmanship with his own cultural references. Thereafter, basic urban pieces such as the buffalo check shirt, the teddy fleece jacket or the sweatshirt get the piumino treatment, while unwashed selvedge denim jeans make an entrance in the Moncler lexicon. A collaboration with Pokemon translates into an allover print on a series of duvets. Colorful jumpers, jacquards and shiny puffers add mountain touches to a metropolitan collection, complete with bags devised in collaboration with Porter, strong on black and military green with notes of electric blue, orange and red.



Fujiwara was born in Ise, Mie. He moved to Tokyo at eighteen and became a standout in the Harajuku street fashion scene. During a trip to New York City in the early 1980s he was introduced to hip hop; taking American records back to Tokyo, he became one of Japan’s first hip hop DJs, and is credited with popularizing the genre in Japan. He subsequently went into music producing, specializing in remixes. He is known as a godfather of Ura-Harajuku fashion and is a globally influential streetwear designer, he launched his first brand, Good Enough, in the late 1980s.


Leading us through the fabula of fashion, the new Gucci ArtWalls feature the creativity of the House’s latestFall-Winter Campaign, #GucciPrêtÀPorter.

Starting from a tale of manual and material skills, the result of a specific know-how that today we tend to discount, the narrative of fashion comes to life resembling iconic images that span four decades: the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s, and become contemporary in the lexicon of the Creative Director of the House of the Double G.

It is from these considerations about myth, and from a desire to place once more the actual material process of dressmaking at the heart of fashion discourse, that the new Fall-Winter 2019-2020 advertising campaign was born, under the direction of Alessandro Michele for Gucci. In it, fashion in its ready-to-wear version once more makes the headlines, becomes the protagonist, as might have happened thirty years ago, when sensational headlines on covers were devoted to a must-have hemline, a seasonal colour, a fabric.

The clothes take on the role of absolute protagonists and tell their own story, and for this reason are deserving also of the title and the cover. In other words, it is an evolution from the immaterial to the material, without forfeitingGucci’sreferential metalanguage which in this campaign turns the sublime memories of the savoir-faire into memorabilia.

The #GucciPrêtÀPorter walls debut in Lafayette Street in Manhattan’s SoHo neighbourhood, in Milan’s Largo la Foppa (in the district of Corso Garibaldi), just off EastLondon’s famous Brick Lane, in Mexico City’s Avenida de Michoacan, in the Condesaarea,in Shanghai’s Fengsheng Li, Jingan district,in Hong Kong’s D’Aguilar Street, Lan Kwai Fong; andin Yongkang Street, Da’an District, Taipei.