5 limited-edition pieces to get your hands on right now

Updated on March 16 2017

There’s something truly exciting about getting your hands on a highly coveted limited edition piece. Perhaps it’s the allure of being amongst a privileged few, the feeling of being on top of the trends, or maybe it’s just an opportunity to celebrate a special occasion with your favourite brand. Whichever it is, you’ll want to take a look at our selection of limited edition must-haves below, all of which are currently available — but not for long.

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In collaboration with Manolo Blahnik, Farfetch has just launched an exclusive capsule shoe collection named ‘Schipios’, which is available in five hues with each featuring Blahnik’s iconic stiletto design and artist Mark Rothko’s love for contrast and colour-blocking.

HK$8,495 from Farfetch

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To celebrate the appointment of art director and fashion consultant Sofia Sanchez de Betak — who was also named as one of the 10 most influential women of Argentina — as the face of its Spring/Summer 2017 collection, Roger Vivier has designed a special limited edition Viv’ Tango Cabas bag. Only 30 pieces are available worldwide, and five of them are currently sitting at the Landmark boutique in Hong Kong.

HK$33,500 from Roger Vivier

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In the 13-piece capsule collection re-created by JOYCE from the Sonia Rykiel archive, artistic director Julie de Libran focuses on the house’s signature knits and stripes in pieces produced by the Italian knit factory Miles. The collection offers new interpretations that explore the values that were championed by Madame Rykiel for nearly five decades.

Price TBC from Joyce Boutique

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Celebrating the beauty of handmade items, Tod’s has collaborated with celebrated tattoo artist Saira Hunjan for a dual artistry project, where she engraves one of her captivating lions onto the brand’s Double T Gommino, as well as messenger bags and sneakers, forming the latest limited Tattoo collection.

HK$4,800 from Tod’s

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To commemorate the 19th edition of the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II (QEII) Cup together with The Hong Kong Jockey Club, the watchmaker has designed special His and Hers models of the Royal Oak Selfwinding iconic model. Limited to 200 pieces each, both 41mm and 37mm versions are crafted with a combination of precious and high tech materials, highlighting the brand’s exceptional level of craftsmanship.

HK$273,000 (His) and HK$299,000 (Hers) from Audemars Piguet