Gift Guide 2018: Gifts for Her | Liv

Flats by Blksheep Empire

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Hate heels? Put some pep in your step with a pair of party-ready flats by Blksheep Empire. Pick from metallic leather brogues, richly embroidered flats or embrace your inner Dorothy with  a pair of ruby slippers.

$950-1,250. blksheepempire.com.

Sustainable scarf by Leanne Claxton

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Hong Kong-based artist Leanne Claxton’s vibrant scarf collection comes in a rainbow of colours and is made using organic, sustainably produced Tencel – a fibre that originates from eucalyptus trees, and is totally biodegradable, too.

$1,100-1,500. leanneclaxton.com.

Face Masque by Purearth

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An ethical beauty brand with Ayurvedic roots, Purearth uses wild organic botanical ingredients to create high-end, high-performance cosmetics, such as the Mitti Clay Face Masque, which leaves skin clean and serene.

$627. purearth.asia.

Hong Kong charms by Cool Charm and Collected

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These Hong Kong-themed charms by Cool Charm and Collected are cleverly designed to fit popular brands such as Pandora, Thomas Sabo and Trollbeads. Choose from super cute local transport, dim sum and even striped shopping bag designs.

$210. coolcharmandcollected.com.

Bracelet by Urban Jungle Jewellery

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With 5 percent of every purchase donated to a Cambodian charity that supports training for underprivileged teens, an Urban Jungle bracelet is more than just a pretty gift. Hand-strung in Hong Kong, these bracelets can also be engraved.

$305 and up. urbanjunglejewellery.com.

Merino and cashmere cardigan by Tove and Libra

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Hong Kong brand Tove and Libra produces multi-tasking pieces that effortlessly elevate your wardrobe. This long cardigan is made from 70 percent  superfine merino and 30 percent cashmere, helping you to keep warm and look sharp this winter.

$1,600. toveandlibra.com.

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