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Malaysian Edition
Hot on the heels of Malaysia’s Independence Day celebrations on 31 August, Hublot, together with luxury watch boutique The Hour Glass, is launching the Hublot Big Bang Merdeka (meaning ‘independence’) – a limited edition model on the Hublot Big Bang to celebrate the nation’s 60 years of independence. With only 60 pieces available, and only in Malaysia, collectors will covet this timepiece that references the Malaysian flag with its 44-mm diameter blue ceramic case and alligator straps in a matching hue with gold stitching. The number 60 is visibly prominent on the sub-dial, while the date is displayed between the 4 and 5 o’clock position. Available at Hublot Boutique Suria KLCC and The Hour Glass boutiques nationwide.

Custom Combos
A leader in customisable mid-luxury timepieces, Ball presents its next generation of watches with its new Fireman NightBreaker line. Mix and match to your preference from the many options available. From the look of the dial and its colour to the size of the numerals, and, of course, the strap, you are sure to find the perfect creation out the possible 126 combinations. The model also features the brand’s signature self-powered micro gas tubes as hour markers, which are further customisable for the first time with this collection, allowing you to choose from green, yellow or white gas colours – or all of them for a micro neon party in the dark!

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Black Is In
The Piaget Polo S was launched in 2016 as the latest incarnation of the 1979 Piaget Polo. This year, three more models have been added to the line. The Piaget Polo S Chronograph now comes in two new models, one with a slate-gray dial, another sporting a black dial, ADLC-treated bezel and black rubber straps. Meanwhile, the new Piaget Polo S also comes with the same all-black configuration.

Revived Classic
In conjunction with the exhibition by Salvatore Ferragamo, ‘1927 Return To Italy’ at the designer’s namesake museum in Florence, an exclusive capsule collection has been launched, featuring six shoe models created by Ferragamo in the late twenties and early thirties in Hollywood. The Lottie, Autumn, Labirinto, Preziosa, Indiana and The Star featured here join an exclusive bigger collection known as Ferragamo’s Creations, which are available at select boutiques in Italy and other locations including Paris, London, Zurich, New York, Tokyo, Shanghai and Taipei. All models in this collection are hand-crafted using the original patterns and come in new and exclusive luxurious packaging.

Bold Gold
Glamorous yet versatile, this gold shoulder bag from Pedro is an accessory for both dressing up as well as dressing down. Gold may not go with everything, but bold fashionistas win points when wearing it right.

Starry Sight
The Roger Vivier Viv Stella bag and Mary Jane Podium shoes, both with golden and crystal accents against navy, embody a strong spirit in design, yet are elegant in presentation. Though the features play on classic elements, these pieces are certainly unconventional.

Flying Colours
Show some national pride with these bodacious booties from Stuart Weitzman. The Clingy, in classic white or patent red leather, is sure to make heads turn as you strut with confidence in a matching and minimalist yet attention-grabbing outfit. This is how you celebrate Malaysia Day in style.

Winning Design
What makes a Mendoza travel bag? Quality, flexibility and versatility are the three main elements to all their designs. A winning combination, it seems, judging from the numerous awards this brand, established in Hong Kong, has garnered since its inception in the 1970s. This can be seen in the Mendoza F18 model, with its rugged exterior complemented by fully functional features that make Mendoza bags a winner in both form and function.