Hong Kong’s annual art month is set to kick off in a week’s time, where the city will once again play host to the elites of the global art scene. In anticipation of the string of creative events that are about to storm the city, we thought we’d set the mood by bringing you a list of fashionable picks that are both artistic and fun, so you can channel your inner artist too as you navigate around the hottest exhibitions and galleries come March.
A special piece from the Spring 2017 collection, this urban and casual high-top sneaker by Dior Homme features a multi-coloured mottled paint effect over an embossed Prince of Wales calfskin, resulting in a rebellious vibe that resonates with the rest of the runway collection.
HK$9,700 from Dior Homme
Fresh off the runway, Burberry‘s latest collection presents elements inspired by British sculptural artist Henry Moore and his works. This hooded jacket, in particular, is printed with the artist’s famous piece ‘Reclining Figure: Bunched’, which was a recurring theme across his career.
HK$10,500 from Burberry
A collaboration between Gucci‘s creative director Alessandro Michele and cult New York street artist GucciGhost (aka Trouble Andrew), the soft cotton-jersey t-shirt is emblazoned with a red spray-painted version of the iconic GG logo, along with white star motifs for a striking contrast.
HK$3,750 from Matchesfashion
This scarf from Dries Van Noten features an array of medieval motifs that looks almost like an ink on paper painting. It is also handmade from a soft cotton-silk blend, making it a perfect wardrobe addition for the spring and summer months.
HK$2,900 from Lane Crawford
This black pouch by Fendi is made from lightly grained leather, and features a Picasso-esque abstract face appliqué with a gunmetal stitch-effect motif and debossed logo.
HK$8,100 from Matchesfashion