Fashion Forward

Baker: Teabox Lacquer Cabinet
Established American furniture manufacturer Baker has a long relationship with designer Laura Kirar, bringing to life her refined creations for living well. This Teabox Lacquer Cabinet is an intimate, streamlined piece that makes a perfect wardrobe. A blend of traditional Chinese form with Danish millwork, the wood cabinet is finished in two lacquers: chalk, an antique white, or soil, a rich brown. It is enclosed by a wooden frame finished in American walnut and includes brass hardware in polished bronze decorated with warm grey silk tassels, Kirar’s signature flourish. Within, the cabinet includes one fixed and two adjustable shelves.

Muuto: Dots Metal
Designed by Norwegian Lars Tornøe for Scandinavian company Muuto, newly launched Dots Metal expand and supplement the family of whimsical storage hooks Dots. Unlike their larger woody cousins, Dots Metal are available in three metal colours in brass or aluminum and in three handy sizes, making them ideal for small spaces or wall sections. They can be used on their own, in a row, in a cluster or combined with the larger Dots to allow for infinite ways to customise them to suit specific storage needs. Their round edges treat clothes with great care, and are sturdy enough to be used as door or cabinet pulls.

Rimadesio: Dress Bold
High end Italian furniture manufacturer Rimadesio is renowned for its walk-in closets. Dress Bold, designed by Giuseppe Bavuso, is a complete solution for ensuring the utmost wardrobe care and organisation. Structural elements are finished in brushed lead for solidity, while melamine grey oak for shelves, drawers and wall panels form a neutral backdrop for displaying treasured garments. Accessories such as pull out trays, cloth hangers and large trays are finished in argilla regenerated leather, a sustainable source that nevertheless imparts a sense of opulence to everyday usage. Dress Bold is customisable to fit spatial restrictions and to suit individual storage needs.

Woud: Töjbox
Clothing storage pared down to its minimum, Töjbox comes courtesy of Designed by Michael for Danish furniture brand Woud. Its clean and simple aesthetic with slightly overlapping edges and visible wooden joinery fits well into Hong Kong’s scaled down homes, and can be used for an entry closet or slip easily into a walk in wardrobe. A clothes rail with a storage box above, it is constructed entirely without screws or nails, and features oak veneered plywood with solid, soap treated Northern European oak legs. It is available in a natural soap treated finish or painted black.