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post #16 of 35
Beams, Beauty & Youth, Journa, Standard all Japanese brands but currently under the IT umbrella in Hong Kong. They can be found at the new THE ONE Mall. This place also has some local designer stores as well as graniph t-shirts.

Cant go wrong if you just go with the entire roster of IT labels (including CHOCOOLATE), check out ithk.com. Then there is the JOYCE Boutiques. You can pretty much find most things here in HK; really depends on your likes.
post #17 of 35
I'm going to be in HK from the 27-29. Wondering if anyone had anymore recommendations. Still on the hunt for an affordable white dress shirt with a smaller point collar, and perhaps a hidden placket. Any leads for stores or labels that would have that is greatly appreciated. Also want to shop for a pair of sneakers for a (female) friend. She likes loud, obnoxious colorful shit, but not bape.
post #18 of 35
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Originally Posted by impolyt_one View Post

I miss the days when the Space shop on Ap Lei Chau had Helmut, Prada, Jil, and Church's all under the same roof at good prices.

they still have shops in ap lei chau.
post #19 of 35
harbor city, lane carwford, central, and many designers have boutiques in HK, to name a few

HK is a good place.
post #20 of 35
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Originally Posted by steviecakes View Post

I'm going to be in HK from the 27-29. Wondering if anyone had anymore recommendations. Still on the hunt for an affordable white dress shirt with a smaller point collar, and perhaps a hidden placket. Any leads for stores or labels that would have that is greatly appreciated. Also want to shop for a pair of sneakers for a (female) friend. She likes loud, obnoxious colorful shit, but not bape.

You can have a shirt(s) like that made custom any way you want. Cheaper tailors in Kowloon and TST.
post #21 of 35
I realized that there are a lot of awesome competitively priced tailors in HK while browsing MC, but I'm only going to be there for 3 days baldy[1].gif
post #22 of 35
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Originally Posted by steviecakes View Post

I realized that there are a lot of awesome competitively priced tailors in HK while browsing MC, but I'm only going to be there for 3 days baldy[1].gif

You could still get shirts! nod[1].gif
post #23 of 35
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Originally Posted by steviecakes View Post

I realized that there are a lot of awesome competitively priced tailors in HK while browsing MC, but I'm only going to be there for 3 days baldy[1].gif

turn around time if you go in the morning is usually a few hours so you can pick up or they can drop off at your hotel in the evening. The tailors in HK have it down to an art especially if your body size is normal and generic
post #24 of 35
Trendy Zone in Mongkok. Mostly streetwear in lots of small little boutique like shops. and quite a few small start up hk fashion labels are in here as well.

They have some visvim, sophnet etc. in the basement as well.
post #25 of 35

Avoid going to Canton Road/Harbour City

post #26 of 35
take five for denim.
post #27 of 35
Will be in Malaysia (Probably wont shop there), but mainly Hong Kong, Nanjing and Shanghai for the next 30 days

What shops should I check out ?

So far on my list are:

INK (HK)
I.T (HK)
Lane Crawford (HK)
Uniqlo and Muji
post #28 of 35

Anything in particular you're looking for? Like wollow mentioned above, there are quite a few boutiques in Mong Kok selling Japanese brands such as Visvim, Sophnet, Mastermind, Undercover etc.

post #29 of 35

bumping this thread. heading to HK end nov.

 

are the places mentioned above still worth going or have they changed? not into tailored stuff.

 

kapok sounds interesting.

post #30 of 35
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Originally Posted by orlylow View Post

bumping this thread. heading to HK end nov.

are the places mentioned above still worth going or have they changed? not into tailored stuff.

kapok sounds interesting.

research "ap lei chau" / horizon plaza
pls do a field report!
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