Don’t want to be kitted out in the same old high street brands and styles? You’ve come to the right place. Hong Kong’s many high-rise buildings and alleys hide a number of retail gems offering special garments and shopping experiences. Here’s a guide to the best hidden shops that you mustn’t miss.
Rock that biker chick — or guy — look with the help of’s custom motorcycles and fashion pieces. A venture started by two French brothers who wanted to share their love for the road, their showroom stocks everything from biker gloves to fashionable leather trousers.
Hate the hassle of buying fresh flowers every week? This modest little shop is here to help by providing an array of colourful dried flowers and potpourri.is also handy when it comes to creating floral arrangements — whether bouquets, flower crowns or corsages — that are perfect as a gift or for special occasions.
Finding the perfect pair of jeans can be a lifelong search. Butin Mong Kok has got you covered courtesy of its bespoke jeans made just for you. Proudly made in Hong Kong with quality guaranteed, the shop can also take care of and repair any beloved jeans you already own.
Hidden away in an old industrial building in Kwun Tong is,a charming Japanese lifestyle store and eatery. Prepare to shop up a storm as you browse through the highly curated selection of functional yet timeless homeware pieces and furniture.
Up your style and do your best impersonation of an English gentleman with’s assortment of Oxford shoes, fedoras, silk ties and other leather goods. Imported and curated straight from the UK, this unassuming outlet also stocks up on quality grooming products for men.
Take the ferry to Cheung Chau where you can find this purveyor of all things cute and pretty tucked away down a quiet alley. Open only on the weekend, you’ll be delighted to discover quirky gifts, homeware items and jewellery made by local designers that you can’t get anywhere else in Hong Kong.
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