Featuring products which have previously gone viral in the digital world, including the ili wearable translator lobgar and the lucky iron fish; kapok is presenting a range of amazing designs by emerging Asian designers at their sun street store in hands with the Hong Kong Design Centre. Lasting from now until July 26, 2018, the … Continued

A fascinating look into not just “Camper’s avant-garde creativity” but also the corners of our city; I.T’s “Street Bible” book, which was produced exclusively for TWINS’ 30th anniversary, features different Camper ambassadors expressing the “vivacious essence of TWINS style” around China. Here is our selection of the Hong Kong photos by photographer Liu Xiangyu and styled/art-directed … Continued

No longer looking for extravagant designs, yet still yearning for details hidden within a haystack. Timeless, versatile, yet bold in its approach – Ports 1961 welcomes their Bee Sneakers in “white perforated leather, polka dots, bright red, and green polyester”, which is further adorned with “two bands of fabric/leather knotted together, creating an oversized, ad … Continued

Artworks in order: Tobias Klein- 不自然解剖學// Samuel Adam SWOPE- 撻 撻 撻 撻 撻 // 王郁洋- 線// 黄可- 擊鼓傳花// 伍韶勁- 銀河鐵路//  鄭波- 蕨戀//葉旭耀- Clouds Fall//張瀚謙- 碳境   Just as I have mentioned before – “whether you like it or not, it’s all about Asia now.” The amount of growth we see in the new media art scene … Continued

Featured chairs in order: FÅTÖLJER, 4 pcs, plastic, “Skopan“, Ole Gjerløv-Knudsen and Torben Lind, Denmark, designed for IKEA 1974// Tellus chairs, later half of the 20th century// “Åke” Armchair, Agunnaryd for IKEA, 1950s// ”Oti” Niels Gammelgaard for Ikea// Tord Björklund., pair of “Skye”, 20th century// “Impala” Armchairs, Gillis Lundgren for IKEA, 1972// “Amiral” Armchair, designed by Karin Mobring, IKEA, 1970s … Continued