I stopped by Flaunt's showroom a couple weeks back to check out its collection of lingerie and met the lovely Emily who is the founder of the boutique. Having grown up in Hong Kong, Emily is no stranger to the perils of finding lingerie in the city and she's got friends both expats and Asians...

Starting 19th July Reebonz will be launching an exclusive private sale just for their Hong Kong members (if you are not a member yet read below for your invite!). The sale, which is called Miuccia Prada's Masterpiece, will feature about 40 handpicked items from Prada and Miu Miu and it will...

Boots has arrived in Hong Kong... and Sassy has got you the full scoop! In case you've been out of the loop, Boots has been one of Britain's most-loved shops since its humble beginnings as a pharmacy back in Nottingham in 1849. Nowadays, it's more like a bigger better British Sephora –...

Sassy's top picks? We love French label Taratata's colourful jewellery set with charms featuring miniature pasta and kitchenware (perfect for Hong Kong's army of foodies!), Sarah's Bags' amazing punk-inspired clutches (check out the zip-lined clutch... which is literally lined with...

That's why we were excited to hear that they're launching abrand new online lifestyle magazine, W HASHTAG! W HASHTAG is ideal for Sassy Girls in Hong Kong who are busy dashing from meetings to cocktails, but still want to stay up to date with all the latest in fashion, music and design....

Fellow Sassy members Claudia and Jessie went to the Hong Kong Yogathon 2010 with me and we had so much fun! Claudia and I are yoga fanatics and have joined the Hong Kong Yogathon since its initial start, so I don't think it comes as a surprise that we would recommend all Sassy girls to join...

One of the (many) great things about Hong Kong is that there are so many team sports to get involved with, and there is a huge range of player abilities. Whether you've just moved to Hong Kong or have been here forever, team sports are a great way to meet like-minded people and expand your...

The building itself has a wonderful history – it was converted in 1951 as a dormitory for Chinese rank and file police officers, partly as a result of an influx of refugees to Hong Kong, which created a need for more officers to maintain the law. The quarters were built to increase incentive...

Hong Kongers love a party, and with endless birthdays, hen nights and engagements, there's always an excuse to celebrate! With so many occasions, Hong Kong is never short of venues to offer... but what if you want something a little bit different? If you're loud and proud about Hong Kong...

Marie Incles for Sassy Hong Kong caught up with Rachel Vickerstaff from the Hong Kong Shark Foundation to find out more about shark finning in Hong Kong and they work they are doing. Why was the foundation set up in Hong Kong? When such a large percentage of the world's trade comes from one

 

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