Marks & Spencer HK A/W 13 Fashion Show

A very belated post about the amazing runway show that was put on by Marks & Spencer HK to celebrate their 25th year in HK and also the launch of their revamped women’s wear.  The new collection is definitely more stylish, fashion forward yet still wearable enough for women of all ages.

Key trends were the mix of animal prints, leather and faux fur.  My favourite pieces were the leather pencil skirts, the range of coats and also the 50’s style prom dress.  We were also fortunate enough for some of the lingerie (designed by Rosie Huntington Whiteley) to be on the runway.

Here are some photos (from the FROW!)

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HK celebrity Mandy Liu kicked off the runway show…Check out the gorgeous coat flung over her shoulders!


The Pink Coat is a KEY Item this Autumn/Winter


Gorgeous Mix of Brocade Textures…Check out the gorgeous coat – Perfect for the festive season!

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Sexy Lingerie!!


Mixing of Animal Prints is a fun way of wearing layers…


Double Leather is another key trend for this season and the leather pencil skirt is an easy way to wear leather…


Tartan prints are on trend and not only restricted to the “Punk” style…


THAT 50s style Dress…so reminiscent of Dior…

Through out the next few months leading up to Christmas, M&S HK will be launching all these goodies in their stores.  Check out their newly refurbished Festival Walk store for a relaxed shopping experience or pop into their Central store for a quick lunchtime retail fix!

Marks & Spencer HK:


Festival Walk
Unit LG1-01, Festival Walk
80 Tat Chee Avenue
Kowloon Tong
Tel: +852 2928 2211

Basement – 1/F, Central Tower
22 – 28 Queen’s Road
Hong Kong
Tel: +852 2921 8323


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