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With so many homegrown and small, locally-based brands,is the perfect place to experience Hong Kong’s local artisan culture. The site itself was first established as The Central School in 1889, providing Western education to the public at the upper primary and secondary levels. More than half a century later, it was transformed into the Hollywood Road Police Married Quarters, then finally in 2014, the complex was revitalised into what we know now as PMQ — a creative hub filled with design studios and workshops, showcasing a wide array of products, including fashion and accessories, gifts, and other lifestyle goods.
Aside from marvelling at the restored historical building, travellers can browse through a plethora of shops to get a taste of what Hong Kong artisans are inspired by. There are also plenty of opportunities to pick up unique gifts for friends and family — what better way to tap into the minds of Hong Kong locals than to explore the local arts community?
is a chic eyewear shop that launched in 2010 to elevate eyewear as an essential accessory to contemporary lifestyles. Focusing on iconic glasses and frames, Absolute Vintage challenges the notion of burdensome glasses by producing personalised and quality designer frames inspired by vintage aesthetics. You’ll find round frames, cat-eye frames, square frames, and more, available in bold colours, tortoiseshell, and gradients. Even if you don’t wear glasses yourself, the products here are a delight to browse.
Contemporary clothing label, started by Hong Kong native Cheryl Leung, offers romantic, feminine dresses for special occasions. Combining unique East-meets-West design aesthetics, it’s a great boutique to grab a stunning, figure-hugging dress for your next celebration while supporting local fashion designers.
Twins Kitchen. The pop-up concept is an incubator that nurtures promising, young and creative food talents in Hong Kong, featuring a different chef and dining concept every month — the perfect excuse to drop by every time you’re in town. Having use of such restaurant space, together with business guidance, is a unique opportunity, and past concepts like Wingman, Baked Bistro, and Roots Eatery have all gone on to flourish in the local dining scene after rave reviews during their time at Taste Kitchen.is a partnership between PMQ and local entrepreneur
For your mini Picassos in the making, 513 Paint Shop offers workshops where they can paint their own fabric canvases, Dyelicious gives your little ones the opportunity to learn all about tie-dyeing, while budding chefs can sign up for an international cooking class at ABC Cooking Studio. Read all about the history behind your favourite dish at Taste Library, Hong Kong’s first and only food-themed library, try your hand at designing your own bling at Loupe’s jewellery design workshops and industry seminars, or make your own organic lip balm with Bathe to Basics.
Throughout the year, PMQ has a jam-packed schedule filled with exhibitions by local and international designers and artists. Exhibitions such as Mademoiselle Prive Hong Kong and KAWS ALONG THE WAY have previously transformed the venue into massive interactive events. Huge annual music events like Hong Kong International Reggae Ska Festival and ALTN8, theme markets and green lifestyle fairs, as well as gin and whisky tasting festivals have all been held at PMQ. For an educational insight into the history behind the building, join PMQ’s guided heritage tours, and be sure to check out the PMQ calendar to find out what else is on during your visit!