Kitsune, the fashion and music label that epitomizes modern Parisien cool, opened a pop-up shop in the heart of Causeway Bay in mid March.
Hitchhike, a new weekend market is set to make its debut at D2 Place on March 7th and 8th. Expect indie fashion designers, hand-crafted jewelry, homemade accessories, vintage clothing, and snacks!
Perched on the top floor of an industrial building in Hong Kong’s Chai Wan neighborhood, Memory Lane is a concept store, a gallery space, and a new street wear brand.
Jayne Min, the L.A. blogger behind Stop It Right Now was in Hong Kong on Friday to launch the latest issue of Pedderzine which she guest curated.
BKRM founders, Doris and Pinky, well known for their skill at identifying up-and-coming fashion brands, are apparently also talented at selecting snacks!
Off-White, the new label by Virgil Abloh, opened a store on Paterson Street in Causeway Bay last week. What makes the shop intriguing is its entrance.
VANS organized an event featuring skateboard legends Tony Alva, Christian Hosoi, and Ray Barbee that included an autograph session and a charismatic live performance.
Gucci held a large scale event last Thursday, taking over three floors of the still unfinished California Tower and packing in a large number of celebrities including Hollywood star James Franco.
The new Ralph Lauren flagship store in Causeway Bay is indeed impressive. It’s been a year in the making, transforming the corner of Caroline Centre from a modern office building into a stunning Art Deco facade.
Nigo, the Japanese streetwear pioneer and founder of A Bathing Ape brand, has been a tastemaker and trendsetter for over two decades. A legendary collector as well as creator, he decided to hold an auction through Sotheby’s to part with some of his possessions.
Adidas stands out from other brands in Hong Kong in part due to their savvy approach to social media. Their â€˜Selfie Partyâ€˜, held at Dragon-i a few weeks ago, illustrates a superior understanding of how modern consumers use tech.
The Hub, a young fashion trade show that continues to gain momentum, celebrated their third season in a sparkling new venue. For their latest event, the organizers selected a more intimate space and packed it with brands looking for wider distribution.
The CLOT crew opened their brand new Juice Tsim Sha Tsui store with a spectacular lion dance on Thursday afternoon. Just around the corner from K-11 shopping mall, the two-floor shop is a sophisticated new addition to the neighborhood.
The new NikeLab store has a feature that will bring a smile to the face of any old-school graffiti writer. Inside the shop, which emphasizes recyclable materials, there are benches made from the very same material that N.Y.C. public school erasers were once made of.
Stylenanda, the online fashion powerhouse from Korea, has expanded to Hong Kong in a partnership with I.T, opening stores in several of the city’s most popular shopping malls. Last Friday they held a carnival to celebrate their newest shop at LCX featuring Korean models Sora Park and Minhee Jung.
The Pigalle crew from Paris hit Hong Kong last Saturday with a demonstration of their skills on the basketball court and behind the turntables. The founder and friends, in town to launch their collaboration with Nike, headlined a 3-on-3 basketball competition and later DJed at FLY.
Chanel held an event on Tuesday night for their J12 watch series, taking over the function hall of the Asia Society. Although the main attraction was meant to be an installation of 365 small screens, what really got our attention was a Chanel surfboard!
Last Thursday night, Jimmy Choo held a unique event that allowed guests to try their hand at mixology. Under the guidance of a professional, attendees took turns preparing a special signature drink, ‘His Royal Flush,’ created exclusively for Jimmy Choo men’s collection.
K-Pop superstar CL, who was in Hong Kong last weekend to perform with 2NE1, stopped by fashion retailer On Pedder for a quick autograph session. The in-store event – which celebrated a CL x Kenzo shoot in the upcoming edition of ‘Pedderzine’, was packed!
Volcom held an event for the premier of “True To This,” their new film celebrating the creativity and spirit of surfing, skateboarding, and snowboarding. With a rooftop location, a live band, a BBQ, giveaways, and a mind-blowing movie, there wasn’t much not to like!
The Alexander McQueen MCQ store opening on Wednesday night treated Causeway Bay shoppers to a free live performance. Hong Kong band, “The Yours” played a short, but rocking set directly on the sidewalk of Paterson Street.
The fact that the Betsey Johnson x Steve Madden fashion show on Friday night was entertaining was somewhat of a surprise. In-store shows are often cramped and clumsy affairs, but this one actually succeeded in being charismatic and fun.
Playboy celebrated their 60th anniversary in Hong Kong with an in-store event at Lane Crawford, IFC. The well-attended party featured two Playboy playmates, Jessa Hinton, and Alana Campos, who posed throughout the night wearing the iconic Playboy bunny outfit.
Ambush, a jewelry and accessories brand from Japan held a crowded pop-up launch at Joyce last Thursday. The founders, Verbal and Yoon are an interesting pair. How many avant-garde jewelry brands have a successful rapper as lead designer?
The Hub Hong Kong is an essential fashion trade show for brands looking to reach a wider audience in Asia and for regional buyers to discover a hundred and fifty labels all under one roof.
There’s something to be said about standing out at a party where everyone’s goal is to be noticed. However, at Saturday’s Joyrich Hong Kong store opening, I stood out for all the wrong reasons.
Enter the Aland Hong Kong flagship store in Causeway Bay and the friendly, well-dressed staff are not so easy to distinguish from the equally stylish young shoppers.
Popular online fashion retailer BKRM.COM, also known as Backroom, held a launch party for their pop-up shop on Friday night that brought an overflow crowd of the city’s trendsetters to Causeway Bay.
British hat maker Kangol celebrated their 75th anniversary on October 24th, with a splashy event featuring interactive displays, live art, and several DJs.
Jewelry designer Eddie Borgo and Lane Crawford are a great match, both occupying the same intersection of contemporary fashion and luxury. The New York designer creates pieces that mix geometric patterns with ancient symbols to produce something exciting and avant-garde.
Marc by Marc Jacobs held a large party that brought New York’s The Misshapes and Theophilus London to Hong Kong on Friday, October 4th. The modern rooftop setting and a select crowd of H.K.’s fashion insiders made the party one of the better events of the year.
Hong Kong’s Milk Magazine celebrated their 12th anniversary with a special collaboration with Vans Classics. The duo held a launch event on Friday to showcase the release of two new signature models of Vans.
American fashion designer Thom Browne paid a visit to Hong Kong on Thursday evening to showcase his newest collection.
What enticed The Hundreds, Orlebar Brown, Crumpler, and Barbour (plus 96 others,) to descend on Hong Kong at the end of August?
Typewriters? Disguises? Long lines of Hong Kong’s fabulous waiting for a “fair and honest appraisal” of their personal style? It’s The Bumbys!
FNO is BACK! Lane Crawford and Vogue China are teaming up again to present Fashion’s Night Out 2013 in Hong Kong!
For years, as Lane Crawford blossomed into an international fashion powerhouse, the Times Square location remained a throwback to the old days of the department store.