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The Sassy Edit: What’s New In Hong Kong This July

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The Sassy Edit: July 2021

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Discover the best of whats new in Hong Kong this month with The Sassy Edit.

With a new event, brand and shop launching every other minute in Hong Kong, it can be hard to keep up with what’s happening around town. Enter The Sassy Edit, our monthly roundup of everything new that’s worth knowing about.

Ahead, we’re spotlighting everything from breezy co-ords sustainably made from TENCEL™, a new monthly Hong Kong true crime podcast, nutritious instant smoothies and more…

Read more: New Restaurants In Hong Kong 

Tove & Libra

Tove & Libra’s New Summer Capsule

When it comes to summer dressing in Hong Kong, easy, breezy and cool are our top priorities in the face of humid, hot weather days. Tove & Libra’s new Summer Capsule ticks all those boxes, and looks beautiful while doing so! Sustainably-made from 100% TENCEL™ , the collection encompasses a lightweight camisole ($450) and flowing wrap skirt ($750) in an array of sumptuous colours, and can be worn separately or together for multiple outfit options. For a limited time only, purchase both pieces together to enjoy $100 off.

The Sassy Edit: nute icebars

nüte icebar

Beat the heat this summer with nüte’s plant-powered icebars – to be enjoyed either as a refreshing popsicle, or blended/shaken with water or milk into a delicious smoothie. Its first line of creations comprises four goodies with four different functions. We love the rich carrot-cake inspired “Recovery”, along with “Immunity”, a rejuvenating fruit mix with a tropical kick.

Sassy Tip: If you want to shop IRL, you can find nüte at the Tong Chong Street Market on weekdays from 8am to 3pm.

The Sassy Edit: M.A.C WANDER.LUST Collection

M.A.C WANDER.LUST Collection

Did you know Hongkongers drink 900 million cups of Hong Kong-style milk tea a year? That’s a lot of tea! Get your hands on this dusty rose Hong Kong limited-edition lipstick which pays homage to the city’s old neon signs and cha chaan teng culture. The new addition is part of M.A.C’s new WANDER.LUST collection, featuring 13 other limited-edition designs inspired by some of our favourite Asian cities.

The Sassy Edit: Morning Coffee Machine

The Morning Machine

How would you like cafe-quality coffee ready at the touch of a dial every morning, from the comfort of home? First introduced on Kickstarter in September last year, this intuitive coffee machine can be used to brew 10 default recipes (including “Bloom & Brew”, its signature espresso, “Long Dark Roast” and “Kyoto Style Slow Drip”) and comes equipped with smart features like a built-in scale, brew cycle count, cup detection and automated cleaning cycles to make home brewing a breeze. You can also customise your own recipes using the Morning mobile app.

Read more: Where To Buy Coffee Beans In Hong Kong

The Sassy Edit: Catching Worms Podcast

Catching Worms: A Hong Kong True Crime Podcast

With a dark history of drug smugglers, corruption and brutal murders, it seemed a missed opportunity not to have a Hong Kong true crime podcast. Enter Catching Worms, a new show dedicated to detailing some of the most infamous crimes our city has borne witness to. A new crime story will be released each month – the first tells the tale of “The Jars Murderer” (we’ll let you decide whether you want to find out how he got his nickname). Warning: Catching Worms is not for the faint-hearted – especially with the stories being so close to home…

Read more: 10 True Crime Podcasts We Love

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Hero image by Sassy Media Group using respective brand images, image 1 courtesy of Tove & Libra, image 2 courtesy of nüte, image 2 courtesy of MAC Cosmetics via Instagram, image 3 courtesy of The Morning Machine, image 4 courtesy of Catching Worms.

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