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.

Dear Frances Chaise Mule

I don’t know about you, but I am practically living in my mules this summer. Effortlessly elegant, yet comfortable to wear in and out of the office, I can’t see any other shoe that fits the bill. I have my eyes on these mid-height Chaise mules by London-based luxury footwear label Dear Frances which I want to add to my collection. The shoes are handmade in a soft leather in Italy and feature a contemporary asymmetric strap and fitted out with a curved block-heel. — Fontaine Cheng (FC), Digital Editor




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Bottega Veneta The Chain Cassette

Really a most coveted piece, the BV Cassette is the clean, boxy, and pillowy cross-body bag that every fashionista needs to own. For the new season, the padded handbag adopts an oversized gold or silver chain strap to complement the maxi intecciato weave and contrast the soft nappa leather. — Dara Chau (DC), Senior Digital Editor



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Chaumet Bee My Love Collection

I love understated accessorising, especially in the summer. Put on a plain white crisp shirt and a single gold chunky chain that will finish that laid back look off nicely. If you’re into stacking, though, best to stick to fine, delicate pieces and yes by all means, of different metals and textures to keep it interesting. Which brings me to a piece I’ve been pining over: Chaumet’s new Bee My Love collection, with its honeycomb motif making the otherwise refined piece a touch edgy. The pieces from the collection comes in rose, yellow or white gold, pavé or not pavé, rings, and in bracelets and necklaces designed to be mixed and matched. They’ve even added brooches to the collection this summer, which I can imagine will make that linen blazer look a whole lot more chic. — Charlene Co (CC), Managing Editor


From HK$19,500 to HK$86,500

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Dior Jardin Patchwork Hat

Woven hats are perfect for summer. As are the light-as-a-feather gowns with spectacular embroideries at Dior for spring/summer which evoke ballerinas and Grecian goddesses, only a little more approachable. This new outstanding wave effect, which appears on the signature woven oversize Christian Dior Book Tote also, means all things wave and woven are set to become one of this season’s most coveted items. — Jing Zhang (JZ), Editor at Large


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Rejina Pyo Lorna Dress

As seen at South Korean designer Rejina Pyo’s Spring/Summer 2020 runway show, the Lorna dress is my ideal summer dress. Taking me from brunch to barbecues and picnics in the coolest manner this summer, the light and airy cotton voile dress makes it an easy dress up or dress down occasion. The taupe dress features an off-the-shoulder neckline and voluminous puffed sleeves that are both fun and flattering. — FC


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Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Navy Blue

There’s definitely nothing blue about this new Tudor Black Bay Fifty-Eight Navy Blue watch. For probably the first time in its history, Tudor has managed to launch a watch that, as soon as it was introduced, sold out within the day and already boasts a long waiting list. But I suppose it shouldn’t come as a huge surprise as the Black Bay series has always been a hot product for Tudor. This new piece is a faithful re-edition of a 1969 diver’s watch featuring a blue dial and bezel, which was so well-received that no sooner did other sports watches within the collection adopt the same distinct blue hue, or “Tudor Blue” as it has been coined and become a lasting aesthetic for the brand. The new Black Bay Fifty-Eight, which is smaller at 39mm, makes it a great unisex watch (for smaller wrists) and comes with three straps/bracelet options: a blue Jacquard fabric with silver band, blue soft touch strap and riveted steel. — CC


From HK$25,200 to HK$27,600

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