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.
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Fashion retailer Topshop is opening their first store in Hong Kong on June 6th, 2013. Located at 59 Queens Road Central, this is the first Topshop flagship in greater China.
Hypebeast, the pioneer sneaker culture and street fashion blog recently collaborated with Puma to create their own signature shoes.
CLOT held an event on Friday night at JUICE, Causeway Bay to mark the launch of their most recent shoe collaboration. This time around the Hong Kong brand teamed up with French shoe label Rivieras.
Italian sneaker brand Superga held a splashy launch event on Friday night at the very tip of Ocean Terminal in Tsim Sha Tsui.
Award-winning London-based hat designer Awon Golding is back in Hong Kong and holding several workshops that allow non-designers a chance to learn how to create their own hats. The all-in-one classes let you build and complete a hat in just one session!
Streetwear luminary, Ruslan Karablin, the man behind the SSUR brand, recently visited Hong Kong to preside over the opening of the SSUR Gutter Store – a pop-up shop inside JUICE, Tsim Sha Tsui.
What could be cooler than hosting a launch event in a toy showroom? Figure designer Chris Kong collaborated with Vans OTW to release a special signature shoe at his workshop on February first.
Passing by the Gucci store on Queens Road two weeks ago, something caught my eye. In place of the refined windows that usually greet passersby was instead a series of bright, colorful, larger-than-life characters practically leaping out from behind the glass.
Blues Heroes held a fashion show at their newest store at the end of Granville Road on Tuesday night. The shop is decorated with all sorts of props and has remarkably high ceilings. Once inside the doors, it actually didn’t feel like Hong Kong at all!