The Woaw store opening last Thursday was not a low-key affair. From a lengthy lion dance, including a two-story high performance, to having Jay Z’s DJ, Young Guru perform, Gough Street was buzzing with excitment.
Could be a shop, boutique or store. Local designer, luxury brand or fast fashion. Either individual items for sale or places I think have cool merchandise. Some of these are hard to find.
Outdoor clothing stores are both inexpensive and easily accessible in Hong Kong.
Passing through the Causeway Bay MTR station on Thursday night I happened to notice an ad for the new Uniqlo flagship store in Lee Theatre Plaza.
Art jamming spots are everywhere in Hong Kong these days, but what if you’d like to paint at home?
If you haven’t been to the Nike Factory Store in North Point, then you’re missing out on what is actually the best Nike apparel store in the city.
We recently discovered a shop that stocks brand name haircare products at wholesale prices in the very heart of Causeway Bay!
Trapped in urban Hong Kong, where you can go for years without smelling fresh cut grass, it’s actually memorable on the rare occasion that you do catch the faint scent of nature. Many of us want more green in our daily lives, but suffer from busy schedules and a lack of space to grow plants.
Passing by Harbour City on Saturday night, there was a swarm of people crowding the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront taking photos and posing with ‘life-sized’ Doraemon figures. The Japanese cartoon character (a robotic cat) has been widely embraced by children around the world, including several generations in Hong Kong.
Walking through the new Hysan Place mall in Causeway Bay, it’s hard to imagine how a building that didn’t exist last month can now be as crowded as a Hong Kong shopping center during the Christmas rush. Open a little over two weeks, the forty-story building that replaced Mitsukoshi is packed. With seventeen floors of [...]
American basics retailer, The Gap will be opening their first store in Hong Kong in November. Just around the corner, Abercrombie & Fitch are taking over Shanghai Tang’s space in the Pedder Building, paying $7 million a month in rent. The Queens Road Central area is fast becoming crowded with large, mid-priced retailers. Despite its [...]