EDIT BOUTIQUE CENTRAL HONG KONG
I visited sunny Hong Kong where I found a cool EDIT boutique. At EDIT, founders believe that we are all editors of our own lives. Writing out our own story in each new chapter, deleting/refusing things we do not like; like using a thesaurus, we replace ‘not-very-great-decisions’ with better ones; and like using a dictionary, we learn new lessons in life.
67 Hollywood Road Central, Hong Kong
I met one of the EDIT founders, Sasha Dennig. Sasha sources local handicrafts, jewelry and accessories around the world for EDIT as well as sells them online at Callixto. Callixto represents her love of travel, jewellery and all of the treasures and trinkets she finds wherever she goes. Without Sasha my visit would not have been so much fun, I did not want to leave.
Every piece I picked has an interesting story with the sense of history. See for yourself:
Expect to find established and emerging designer brands, vintage pieces, and carefully hand-picked items from international markets & bazaars
The symbolism of the olive branch has its roots in Ancient Greece and usually means peace. This stunning bracelet by Greek Designer Calliopi is made of an actual olive branch which is cast and then platted.
An amazing cuff made in the style of ottoman jewellery
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