18 June, 2012

apm Monaco is now open – the hottest jewellery to hit HK!

18 June, 2012

Well, the dust has settled, the goodie bags have gone and we can now declare apm Monaco officially open – in true Sassy style!

apm Monaco’s opening party was definitely one of our most popular events ever, with hundreds of you all eagerly turning up to check out the hottest new jewellery brand to land in HK. At one point, the queue stretched down most of Duddell Street!

We think it’s safe to say that apm Monaco’s beautiful Riviera-inspired jewellery is a definite hit! After chatting to some of our lovely ladies, everyone was impressed with how affordable and diverse the range of jewellery was, and they really enjoyed looking round the showroom, which includes a sneak peek into the creative studio itself. You can see more photos from the night (and see if you can spot yourself!) on our Facebook Page here.

Some particular faves amongst guests were the Colours Collection of silver rings with vibrantly-coloured gems (perfect for summer wardrobes), whilst everyone loved the Valentine Collection of lush lip-inspired jewellery – even better because one of these fabulous lip bracelets was included in the limited- edition goodie bag! Who fancies a matching necklace, ring or earrings then?!

Also included in the goodie bag was a $500 voucher to go on a mini shopping spree at apm Monaco later – so if you haven’t already been back, how about hitting their website now to start making your wish-lists? You’ve got until the end of the month to spend your voucher, so make sure you don’t forget and put a date in your diary to pop by!

And if you didn’t make it on the night, apm Monaco is now well and truly open for you all to go check out! What’s more, they have just extended their opening hours to Monday to Saturday from 10am to 7pm for you to pay them a visit and see all their gorgeous goodies for yourself. We declare it another Sassy success!

apm Monaco, 1/F, Diamond Exchange Building, 8-10 Duddell Street, Central, Hong Kong, 2621 3008 (on the same street as the new Shanghai Tang Building)


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