Discover the best of what’s new in Hong Kong this March 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 teas and ceramics ranges to International Women’s Day-special editions, wellness studio openings and more…
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Wellness Studio °CRYO Opens In Hong Kong
The perfect partner in your wellness, recovery and pain management journey! °CRYO combines nature with technology, using science-backed cold temperature treatments and high-tech equipment to heal and help your body. From rehabilitation after surgery to aiding weight loss or just improving your overall health — this boutique wellness studio is worth the visit.
Sassy Tip: Not sure where to start? A °CRYO Pass ($880) gives you access to a two-minute Whole Body Cryotherapy Trial, a 15-minute Red Light Therapy session and 10 minutes of Localised Cryotherapy. Scared to commit? A two-minute Whole Body Cryotherapy Trial is just $450!
Use code SASSY10 to get 10% off all treatments. Valid until Saturday, 8 April, 2023.
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Saicho Mini Collection Pack
They say good things come in threes and this beaut is no exception. We became fans of Saicho’s non-alcoholic, single-origin sparkling teas instantly when the brand first landed in Hong Kong. If it’s new to you, this Mini Collection Pack ($190) allows you two try three of its signature flavours — Jasmine, Darjeeling and Hojicha (our personal favourite). Encased in an ornately designed box, this makes a tea-rrific gift to bring along to your next dinner party.
Butter Cookies Opens A Pop-Up At The Upper House
Indulge in Butter Cookies’ full range at The Upper House, including Chewy Oatmeal Raisin, Chocolate Chunk, Peanut Butter, Ginger Molasses, Lemon Crinkle and newly added M&M and Butter’s Classic (soft vanilla with pink frosting and rainbow sprinkles!). Plus, the exclusive-to-location milk bar is serving vanilla-infused, chocolate oat and cinnamon almond milks.
When: Until Friday, 30 June. Open 10am to 5pm, or until sold out.
Where: Level 6, The Upper House, 88 Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
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A Sip Of Spring With Fortnum & Mason’s Scented Tea Range
Bring in the season of blooms and new fruits with Fortnum & Mason’s new scented tea range — a refreshing taste of spring. Made with real fruit pieces, these sweet teas are equally delicious served hot or over ice, and presented in tins designed by gardener-turned-artist Charlotte Day.
Where: Fortnum’s K11 MUSEA Flagship Store, Shop 022, K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Dr. Martens Launches Sustainable “Deadstock Pack” Shoes
From the brand’s “Made In England” collection, Dr. Marten’s Deadstock pack uses surplus materials to create waste-defying shoes and boots of the highest quality. Maximum use and minimal waste! Shop the reworked brown and tan 8-eye 1460 boot ($2,600) and the black and indigo with white stitching contrast 3-eye 1461 shoe ($2,300).
Where: Dr. Martens stores across Hong Kong including —
Hysan Place, Shop 507, 5/F, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Harbour City, Shop 21D, LCX, Level 3, Ocean Terminal, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
K11 Art Mall, Shop 216, Level 2, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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Ceramics Handcrafted By Balinese Artisans At TREE
Homegrown homeware brand TREE is bringing us an eclectic range of ceramics made by local artisans in Bali, who have years of craft-making experience. Using an in-house-produced clay body, each piece is beautifully shaped and then meticulously decorated by hand. Look to these heart and leaf containers, for the perfect finishing touch to any home.
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Diptyque’s Limited-Edition “Fleur de Cerisier” Cherry Blossom Candle
Another springtime-scented pick! This time a limited-edition home fragrance from cult favourite brand Diptyque. The Fleur de Cerisier candle ($560) is inspired by blossoming cherry trees that perfume Japanese parks and gardens, with cherry floral and fruity notes, rose and gentle musk. Available online and in-store.
When: Until Thursday, 13 April
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Luxury Hotel Reservations App HoteLux Launches In Hong Kong
A pioneering reservation app, HoteLux is for the in-the-know traveller, giving you instant access to a well-curated selection of over 4,000 of the world’s most luxurious hotels and resorts. On a membership basis, enjoy the best available offers, upgrades, flash sales, loyalty points and other perks! Available on iOS and Android, with live chat customer service.
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CHARLES & KEITH’s “The Alia” Bag, International Women’s Day Edition
To celebrate International Women’s Day, CHARLES & KEITH is supporting the UN Women’s “Storytelling for Gender Equality” project with a special-coloured edition of “The Alia” bag — one of the brand’s best-selling handbag styles! 20 percent of all proceeds for this purple hue edition ($639) will go towards raising funds for the programme.
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Main image artwork by Sassy Media Group using images courtesy of Dr. Martens, Fortnum & Mason and HoteLux, image 1 courtesy of °CRYO, image 2 courtesy of Saicho, image 3 courtesy of Fortnum & Mason, image 4 courtesy of Dr. Martens, image 5 courtesy of TREE, image 6 courtesy of Diptyque, image 7 courtesy of HoteLux, image 8 courtesy of CHARLES & KEITH.