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The new 890-square foot space architect Zaha Hadid created for Brit designer Neil Barrett was conceived as a "Display Landscape," in which every last fixture works to form an interconnected whole--... read more
No different from any of the other H&Ms that now garnish the entire globe, but it was a big deal when Hong Kong got its first branch in 2007. Four stories of stylish goodies for those of us who... read more
This upmarket UK luxury goods retailer is actually owned by a Hong Konger now, businessman, film producer and former husband of Michelle Yeoh, Dickson Poon. This Harvey Nicks branch isn’t a d... read more
Opened in 1970 by Joyce Ma as a paradise for tai tais (Hong Kong desperate housewives), this groundbreaking boutique tapped into trendy women’s cravings for the latest labels. Its mannequins ... read more
High-end home furnishings, some with ultra-high-end price tags, this place is a paradise for the design-savvy. Even if you can’t afford most of the things there, just walking around and sitti... read more
Younger and hipper than its main rival, Lane Crawford, this Japanese department store has the hottest items for the image-savvy Hong Konger. There’s an edge to the clothing carried here, perf... read more
Young and charming Dickson Yewn makes simple and elegant jewelry, and this thirty-something entrepreneur has made a name for himself in the international jewelry scene, exporting his style overseas... read more
No need to go to Temple Street for whacky knick knacks. There are plenty here, albeit marked up significantly. The name would never fly in the U.S., but works interestingly well for an irreverent H... read more
The one and only Kenzo store in Hong Kong. You’ve seen the Flower fragrance, so get a bottle here. The female and male fashions are also worth checking out, although it’s an acquired ta... read more
This small footwear chain started in Hong Kong in 1998 and is now everywhere in the city. Specializes in professional and casual wear for women, but there are a few pairs for men, too, just for shi... read more
The counterfeit industry—once the pillar of Hong Kong’s economy, along with the financial sector—has been pummeled by cops and mainland competition. Mostly mainland competition. S... read more
Every Chanel store is a gem, the only miscue being that they don’t play Stravinsky at all times. This HK branch, like the Tokyo store, has an LED façade, albeit a smaller one. They pro... read more
There’s something about Gucci that makes it so damn hypnotizing. It’s those brown lights. Only Gucci could pull off leather colored lights. You stare at this gorgeous corner store and w... read more
Chunky gems and statement rings coupled with his signature, iconic cable designs have made David Yurman jewelry a coveted, hot item for fashionistas with flexible bank accounts. Elegant pieces in h... read more
Tous is French for "all," and overflowing accessories boutique has that plus some. Got its start as a repair shop in 1920 and decided to sell the decadent watches they were accustomed to fixing. J... read more
Pop socialista Shin Wong's paean to Asian contemporary art showcases up-and-coming creatives and the scene that surrounds them. Upstairs office space's open door policy keeps artists interactive an... read more
Nigo and Takahashi Jun go undercover to Nowhere. After graduating from Harajuku and the Dover Street Market, their particular brand of silkscreened tees and camo Jack Purcells are ready to ruck Cen... read more
Sterling Design Hotels' sleek Madera needs nothing more than its ga...
The new 890-square foot space architect Zaha Hadid created for Brit...
Once upon a time, before China’s glasnost, the world’s...
What happens when you commandeer the upper levels of a JW Marriott...
At the very top floor of the legendary Peninsula Hotel, The China C...