Asia & Pacific

Fratelli Rossetti Expansion in the Far East Continues

Fratelli Rossetti plans 11 new openings in north-east China. It will move into the top shopping malls in the area in a four-year scheme that will start in Harbin and also take in Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou. The new expansion plan for the Asian market comes on the heels of recent openings in Macau and South Korea: […]

Spence & Lyda Transform Sydney’s Coveted Viking by Crown Penthouse

A luxury Sydney penthouse has become the ultimate real-life gallery for a leading Australian furniture retailer. After 17 years inspiring interior designers across Australia, Sydney-based furniture and homewares retailer and wholesaler Spence & Lyda have teamed with Australian property developer Crown Group to create the ultimate in luxury living in the inner-city ring suburb of Waterloo. […]

City Style: Art Basel in Hong Kong

The international art show’s next Hong Kong edition, to be held from May 15 to 18, will present 245 of the top galleries from Asia and the rest of the world. Notable establishments, including Gagosian Gallery, White Cube, and Galerie Perrotin, will be represented, as will some 3,000 artists ranging from emerging names to modern […]

City Style: Top Shops

1} Marie France Van Damme Known for her globally influenced, Riviera-ready collections, the fashion designer Marie France Van Damme bridges the gap between day and evening wear through versatile pieces that can be easily mixed and matched for all occasions. Her first boutique in Hong Kong, which opened last year on the third floor of […]

City Style: AMMO

The well-heeled visitors who take in the art shows, film screenings, and other offerings at the cultural nonprofit Asia Society Hong Kong Center head downstairs to the restaurant AMMO, where they dine on Mediterranean-Asian dishes against a backdrop of soaring ceilings, art deco details, and a huge wall of windows overlooking the surrounding greenery. Among […]

City Style: M+

Scheduled for completion in 2017, M+ is developing under the auspices of the Swiss design firm Herzog & de Meuron. Plans for the museum of design, film, architecture, and visual art are bold—the structure is expected to measure nearly 650,000 square feet—and already M+ is making a statement. The curators have shown works, such as […]

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