Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong
By Anna Glassman

Hong Kong is now home to Harvey Nichols’ 82, 000 square foot Asia Flagship store at Pacific Place.

Oct 21, 2011


Hong Kong is now home to Harvey Nichols’ 82, 000 square foot Asia Flagship store at Pacific Place. The London based department chain is divided up into specific sections; menswear, womenswear, childrenswear, accessories, beauty and cosmetics, watches and  jewelry in addition to its first lifestyle section. Men can enjoy an assortment of contemporary designers, tailoring services and a denim gallery, while women can take advantage of personal shopping suites and racks of international designers. Up-market jewelry and luxury timepieces are on display in their own 5,000 square foot nook. To celebrate the opening of this flagship several artists were commissioned for a series of art installations based on the themes of beauty, fashion and watches (on display through November 6th 2011). Also in honor of the opening a handful of designers produced a small run of exclusive products including Giuseppe Zanotti ankle boots and one-of-a-kind iPhone cases by Sellot to name a few. – Jordana Longo

Harvey Nichol Hong Kong Pacific Place

Harvey Nichol Hong Kong Pacific Place

Harvey Nichol Hong Kong Pacific Place

Harvey Nichols

Pacific Place, 88 Queensway / 1 852 3968 2668

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STORY WRITTEN FOR & USED WITH PERMISSIONPosted: December 21, 2006The Discovery astonauts tested the shuttle’s re-entry systems today and packed up for a trip back to Earth Friday to close out a successful space station re-wiring mission. The only question today is where the seven astronauts will land.Because of an earlier decision to add a spacewalk to Discovery’s mission, the shuttle only has enough supplies to remain in orbit until Saturday at the latest. To provide a safety cushion in case of unexpected problems with the spacecrat, NASA flight rules call for a return to Earth Friday, weather permitting, at one of the agency’s three landing sites – the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., or Northrup Strip at White Sands Space Harbor, N.M.With marginal to bad weather expected in Florida and California, NASA may be facing its first New Mexico shuttle landing since 1982. Because White Sands is NASA’s lowest-priority landing site, equipment needed to prepare the shuttle for a ferry flight back to Florida is not readily available and Discovery’s return to Kennedy would be delayed four to six weeks.NASA managers are hoping the forecast changes and that the weather will permit a landing in either Florida or California. The astronauts have landing opportunities at all three sites on four successive orbits Friday starting with a deorbit burn on orbit 203 at 2:49 p.m. for a landing on KSC runway 15 at 3:56 p.m.Edwards, Northrup and Kennedy are available on the next orbit, for landings around 5:30 p.m. EST, and two more opportunities, at Edwards and White Sands, are available the orbit after that around 7 p.m. EST. A final Edwards opportunity is available one orbit later, around 8:36 p.m. EST.Ground track charts available .Entry data available .Entry flight director Norm Knight, overseeing his first shuttle landing, plans to brief reporters later today on his re-entry strategy. Depending on the actual weather Friday, he will focus the entry team’s efforts on the best opportunities for Florida and California.The forecast for the Kennedy Space Center calls for scattered clouds at 2,000 and 5,000 feet and a broken deck at 10,000 feet. But there is a chance for a broken deck at 5,000 feet and a chance for showers within 30 nautical miles, both flight rule violations. Winds will be gusting to 22 knots, but the crosswind component for a landing on runway 15 is just 2 knots or so.At Edwards, clouds are no problem but winds out of 290 degrees gusting up to 22 knots will result in a crosswind of about 20 knots for a landing on runway 22/04. The daylight crosswind limit is 15 knots and while that can be raised to 17 if turbulence is mild, forecasters are predicting moderate turbulence at Edwards.The outlook for Northrup Strip at White Sands calls for light winds and broken cloud decks at 15,000 and 20,000 feet. It is “go” for landing.Here are all the possible landing opportunities on Friday (in EST and subject to slight change):FRIDAY, DEC. 2202:49 PM…12…18…02…Orbit 202 deorbit burn (TIG) for KSC landing03:56 PM…12…19…09…202 KSC landing04:19 PM…12…19…32…203 Edwards Air Force Base TIG05:27 PM…12…20…40…EAFB landing04:20 PM…12…19…33…203 Northrup Strip TIG05:27 PM…12…20…40…Northrup landing04:26 PM…12…19…39…203 KSC TIG05:32 PM…12…20…45…KSC landing05:54 PM…12…21…07…204 EAFB TIG07:00 PM…12…22…13…EAFB landing05:57 PM…12…21…10…204 Northrup TIG07:02 PM…12…22…15…Northrup landing07:32 PM…12…22…45…205 EAFB TIG08:36 PM…12…23…49…EAFB landingAssuming the weather provides any chance at all, shuttle commander Mark Polansky, pilot William Oefelein and their crewmates will shoot for a landing in Florida on the first opportunity. That would require a “go” from mission control around 2:30 p.m. for a three-minute 17-second rocket firing at 2:49 p.m., lowering the shuttle’s velocity by about 222 mph. 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