The votes are in! We are so honored to be a finalist in the ExpatLiving Readers’ Choice Award 2019! A huge thank you to our supporters and friends who casted your votes to Heritage ReFashioned as your favourite Accessories brand! For a full list: https://expatliving.hk/here-are-the-winners-of-the-readers-choice-awards-2019/
We are so proud to be part of Hong Kong Exporters Association exhibition at the K11 in Shanghai featuring award winning Hong Kong Designs!
Thank you so much Papercliphk for hosting today’s women’s bazaar! It was wonderful meeting so many talented female entrepreneurs and a big thank you to everyone who dropped by despite the moppy weather. ☔
Thank you to everyone who joined us at Old Bailey in Tai Kwun at the International Women’s Day Happy Hour to celebrate the impact of Hong Kong women! It was a meaning collaboration with Chingmama Handmade Workshop and 20% of product sales proceeds from this event will go to the empowerment and development programmes at […]
Our sustainable fashion clutches upcycled from vintage Japanese kimono obi textiles shone amongst the stars of Hollywood at the very posh invitation-only celebrity gift lounge hosted by GBK Productions in honor of the 2019 Golden Globes nominees and presenters in Beverly Hills, California! Here are a few photos from the event. We are so proud […]
We are so psych’d to be featured in the HK Expat Living Magazine “Gift For Her” guide! Shop in person at these locations in HK & Kowloon: – HKTDC Design Gallery 香港．設計廊 (Wan Chai & Airport T1) – Spatique, Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong, Central – Design Port 誠品店, Eslite Star House, TST – 513 Paint Shop, PMQ Central […]
We are so honored to be featured on Platinum, the Landmark Mandarin Oriental Magazine, where we share one of our trade secrets of working with vintage textiles. Thank you Rachel Read for the lovely interview and it was pretty awesome (and fun!) to be photographed by the super talented Nic Gaunt! Thank you! >> Read […]
We are so proud to be a partner at HATCH Co-Factory with our mandate to produce ethically, sustainably in Hong Kong. HATCH is an impact purpose initiative that employs women from underprivileged families in Hong Kong and provides a flexible working model for career-building opportunities that create room for personal growth and social ladder out of […]