When it comes to luxury, you can rest assured that Prestige has it covered. But with the sheer multitude, let alone variety, released regularly on the landscape, it can become rather difficult to figure out the best from the rest or to even pick up the newest and most exciting. As luck would have it, our editors are forever on the look out: discovering on-the-rise labels, picking up new products from cult brands and the finding the most desirable items there are. So for those that are curious what that might be, keep scrolling to discover what made the cut in our weekly Most Coveted list.
As seen on the spring ’20 runways, Valentino’s vibrant dresses serve as a reminder to be bold. Made in Italy and crafted in poplin, this neon-yellow mini dress is my way of bringing as much brightness into the world as I can. The dress has a square neckline and puffed sleeves, so I plan to wear it plain and simple this summer to allow the vivid fluo colour pop. — Fontaine Cheng (FC), Digital Writer
In Queen Elizabeth II’s most recent public appearance for the 75th anniversary of VE Day, she wore the most spectacular bling: the two-piece art deco style aquamarines and diamonds double clip brooch by Boucheron. Her Majesty chose to style them separately though wearable as one. Made from oval, baguette, and round gems, the piece is part of the Royal Collection meaning it’s not something that money can buy, but a girl can dream. What is attainable however are the Baïkal earrings – set with a 12.08 carat and 11.74 carat Santa Maria pear aquamarines lined with a pavé diamond surround, followed by another layer of cultured pearls. — Dara Chau, Senior Digital Editor
Price upon request
Bright hues or neutrals, lux fabrics including gorgeous linen and textured plant fibre fabrics, Brunello Cucinelli’s spring/summer 2020 women’s range is a veritable delight. With touches of safari and beach chic, we’re talking natural, casual style — what the brand call “a minimalism rich with authenticity and craftsmanship”. Channelling some much appreciated serenity and purity with all that relaxed tailoring, this is a literal and sartorial breath of fresh air. — Jing Zhang, Editor at Large
Blazer HK$25,300 | Bermuda Shorts HK$7,900
Chopard’s Ice Cube collection comprises of meticulously crafted jewellery with faceted squares reminiscent of the geometry of glistening ice cubes. Made with ethically sourced 18 karat rose gold, the Ice Cube Pure ring has an androgynous design with a sparkling central diamond for added sparkle. Casual yet refined, this ice cube ring can be worn on its own or stacked with other rings to amp up the glamour. — Florence Tsai, Senior Editor
The Western trend is alive and well this season with influences seen across many runways, especially within Isabel Marant’s Resort ’20 collection. A fan of cowboy-inspired footwear, I took note of these Duerto boots which are crafted in off-white leather, distressed and embroidered for a vintage look. The classic pointed toes and Cuban heel will have me yeehaw-ing in no time. — FC