How ASOS Girls Wear It

Back home in London, the online store ASOS needs no introduction. It is the number 1 online fashion destination offering its own affordable collections as well as stocking a selection of contemporary brands. I was lucky enough to be invited to design an exclusive range of jumpers for them a couple of seasons ago. Please click on the below links to see more… Elizabeth Lau x ASOS – Elizabeth Lau x ASOS On Bargainista Fashionista – Elizabeth Lau x ASOS Interview – Behind The Scenes Of Our ASOS Shoot – "Lau-vely Jubbly!" Shoot On Fashion Up – "Lau United" On Style Bubble Anyway, when I was last in London, I caught up with fr...

Memoirs Of Lost Time

Going through photographs for my latest blog posts, I stumble across these images taken by photographer Vikram Kushwah before I left London. Wardrobe and styling by Elizabeth Lau Join me TWITTER – INSTAGRAM – FACEBOOK www.elizabethlau.com

Happy 1st Birthday Lab Concept!

Lab Concept celebrates their 1st birthday this Friday, and have created a series of short videos to celebrate Hong Kong street style. I love the Brit pop sound of Hong Kong boy band Fantastic Day…whose drummer happens to be my good friend Simon! Join in their party celebrations with Hong Kong grafitti artist and local DJ crew "Living Discoheads" this Friday from 7pm onwards at the store. Lab Concept is at Queensway Plaza, 93 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong.

Meet Bernstock Speirs

The Bernstock Speirs hat shop, open since 2004, is on the northern tip of the famous Brick Lane, away from the hustle and bustle of the shops, galleries and curry houses, as well as the weekend market crowds. The shop location quietly reflects the Bernstock Speirs brand – cool, off beat, away from the main stream and a style leader. In fact, their pom pom hat with veil was recently copied by retail giant Aldo, but luckily withdrawn from sale after highlighted on Twitter by my cousin Style Bubble no less. I sat down for tea and a natter with the lovely and funny Paul Bernstock and Thelma Speirs back in July at their atelier… ...

Caincaser. Another Art Post.

It's always a privilege and fascinating to go behind the scenes in the studios of designers and artists as it's where the magic happens. Therefore I jumped at the chance to tag along when my Hubby paid a visit to his painter friend Caincaser. Cain has an amazing energetic style, inspired by graffiti and music culture. He re-uses destroyed paintings, and employs spray paint, pens and paint brush to create paintings that are a mix of figuration and abstract. The resulting portraits (yes that's what they are!) are left to your imagination. Pots and cans of colour… The tools of Cain's trade… There's even beauty in the splashes ...