What enticed The Hundreds, Orlebar Brown, Crumpler, and Barbour (plus 96 others,) to descend on Hong Kong at the end of August?
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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.
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!
If there’s one city in the world that doesn’t need help luring shoppers into stores it’s probably Hong Kong! Fashion’s Night Out was conceived by Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour in 2009 to help inject some life into the faltering fashion retail scene. The annual event has been strongly embraced and widely adopted both in the [...]
Ground-Zero label founders, Eri and Philip Chu, celebrated their most recent collaboration with D-mop at the J-01 pop-up space in Central on Thursday night. The two brothers founded Ground Zero in 2003, and the fashionable girls brand has since gained both a local and international following.
Faced with losing the lease on their iconic flagship location in Central’s Pedder building, (ousted by an absurd bid by Abercrombie & Fitch,) Shanghai Tang has proven once again that they’re resourceful and innovative. In a stroke of retailing brilliance, the brand has opened up shop in a series of Mongolian gers (which are large [...]
Was it the lure of fashion darling Olivier Theyskens or something else that packed Lane Crawford, Canton Road last Wednesday night? Though the store went against conventional wisdom by holding the reception on Kowloon-side, (during the height of rush hour!) the entire space was buzzing with Hong Kong’s most sought after names.
Darren Emerson, a legendary DJ and former member of the British band Underworld, will be playing at a special event by Japanese brands Moussy and SLY on Thursday, October 20th. In addition to putting out one of the biggest hits of the 90′s – “Born Slippy,” on the soundtrack to the movie Trainspotting, Darren Emerson [...]
Opening not one, but two splashy flagship stores recently, Hong Kong’s I.T Ltd. is making its case for top fashion retailer in greater China.
Japanese brands Moussy and SLY packed the SML restaurant in Causeway Bay on Wednesday night for a fashion show titled “Dream Travel.” Check out photos from the show and a video of the finale!