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Find out what interior designer Laura Cheung is buying this week—from jumpsuits to stylish baby essentials.
When Laura Cheung hosts an event, you know it’s going to be good. Food and drinks aside, the theme is what really gets conversation going. Back in February, she held a Mexican-themed celebration for husband James Wolf’s birthday and spared no expense.
Known for her spectacular attention to detail, Cheung has made a name for herself in Hong Kong with her design emporium, Lala Curio, which specialises in hand-painted and embroidered Chinoiserie wallpaper, tiles and furnishings. You can always count on her to mix prints, patterns and artisanal designs with great finesse. She channels that same energy into her clothing choices too. Here, the mother-of-two shares what she’s spending her money on this week:
KIMONO – DIANA D’ORVILLE
“I just gave birth to my second child. I’m home breastfeeding all day long, but still want to feel fabulous to maintain my sanity. Robes in couture fabrics that I can wear at home or out are key.”
BIODEGRADABLE JUMPSUIT – EVERYBODY & EVERYONE
“Comfortable button-downs are a must at the moment. I love organic and natural materials. This jumpsuit is soft, biodegradable, has eucalyptus fibres and is Oeko-Tex [the world’s best-known label for textiles tested for harmful substances] 100 certified. I can hold my new baby without worrying about harmful materials touching her skin. Most importantly, the outfit is considerate to our planet.”
LONG-SLEEVE HOODIE – AUTOPILOT
“I needed a hoodie to protect my head from the freezing air conditioning while working out after giving birth.”
ROSE GOLD AVIATORS – REVÉ BY RENÉ
“Cool sunglasses and a face mask are important for ultimate Covid-19 protection.”
ORGANIC APPAREL BY LALA CURIO – APPLE PARK
“I’ve been shopping a lot for my baby girl and I’ve bought organic cotton outfits with Lala Curio wallpaper designs inspired by Joshua Tree.”