Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong

Shanghai Tang | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

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The Christmas and New Year fêtes may be over but another festive occasion that is just about to make a crackling appearance is the Lunar New Year. Chinese New Year goodies, decorations, reunion dinners and red packets aside, strutting in our brand new CNY outfits is one of the many highlights we look forward to each year.

To help with your Chinese New Year shopping, we’ve compiled a list of brands that boast a mix of modern and traditional qipao (or cheongsam) collections for women and kids, as well as smart casual to formal wear for men – all in our guide to Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong.

 


 

For Kids

China Doll

Fills the gap between traditional and modern qipaos

Available online | Visit their Facebook page for updates on pop-up stores

A new player in the luxury Kids market, Chinadoll Kids also fills the gap between modern and traditional qipaos for kids. Playful, modern, chic dresses are made with luxurious brocade silks, the traditional touch of hand-sewn techniques as well as a beaded mandarin collar to complete the look. Custom-made dresses are also available upon request.

China Doll | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
China Doll | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Ganas Kids

Adorable designs for infants

Available online.

This innovative kid’s label believes that kid’s fashion should be not only stylish but functional and affordable as well. The result is a range of playful, modern and adorable designs that incorporate rich colours and fun prints. Select from a collection of long sleeve tees, bodysuits, two-piece kimono sets and rompers. Sizes range from 0-24 months.

Ganas Kids | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Ganas Kids | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Little Islanders

Classic and modern qipao dresses with a cause

Available online.

This ethical childrenswear label constantly creates thoughtful designs made with artisanal hand-woven Filipino textiles. Whilst the fabric is sourced from the Philippines, dresses are sewn in Hong Kong by a talented group of craftswomen. Their qipao collection includes classic and modern qipao dresses clad in a myriad of vibrant colours.

Little Islanders | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
 Little Islanders | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

For Ladies and Gents

RCANO

Avant-garde designs with a Mexican flair and Asian touch

Available online.

Founded in 2014 by Mexican siblings Rafael and Tamara Raya Cano, RCANO brings authenticity and uniqueness to men’s fashion. The Avant-garde designs give a twist to the classic menswear label, adding a vibrant, colourful Mexican flair – and an Asian touch. Though the pieces don’t necessary scream “Oriental Fashion”, we think some of these designs are going to be instant hits at your reunion dinner parties.

RCANO | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
RCANO | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

SAU

Sensuous silhouettes, edgy cuts, elegant and sheer lace details

47 Staunton Street Central, Hong Kong (Pop-up shop) | Also available online.

Inspired by the bold, eclectic women of Hong Kong, SAU is the answer to modern working women all around the world who have a love for fashion and who aren’t afraid to stand out. Founder and designer, Cheryl Sau manages to create a collection that is classic and timeless, yet modern and devious at the same time. Sensuous silhouettes, edgy cuts, elegant and sheer lace details are some staples you’ll find in the collection.

SAU Oriental | Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
SAU Oriental | Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Shanghai Tang

Sleek, sexy and sophisticated pieces

1 Duddell St, Central, Hong Kong  | Also available at various locations.

Since its inception in 1994, Shanghai Tang has been the pioneering international luxury lifestyle brand from China. Shanghai Tang’s iconic qipao dresses are known for exemplifying modern Chinese chic. Sleek, sexy and sophisticated, this season they are coming in a thrilling variety of new fabrics to update classic shapes. Men can select from a collection of formal evening wear including perfectly cut suits, jackets and shirts using specially sourced luxurious materials.

Shanghai Tang | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Shanghai Tang | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Yi Ming

Modern touches on the traditional cheongsam

Flat A, 8/F, Kimley Commercial Building, 142 Queen’s Rd Central, Hong Kong (By Appointment only) | Also available at various stockists.

With an appreciation for the arts and an eye for quality, Yi-ming creates contemporary East-meets-West style garments, combining oriental Chinese detail with western craftsmanship. This fusion of East and West is reflected in their qipao/cheongsam collection where modern touches like ruffles, off-shoulder style trends and snake skin patterned fabrics are incorporated in the traditional cheongsam.

Yi Ming | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Yi Ming | Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Oriental Fashion in Hong Kong

Men’s Athleisure Brands in Hong Kong

Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Mass | Travelshopa

With the surge of activewear and there’s no doubt that the Athleisure trend is here to stay. But why do we only see a surge of homebred activewear for women?

We’ve sieved through the crop and a bring to you a select mix of Men’s Athleisure brands in Hong Kong. Though these shops aren’t labelled as “Athleisure”, we think they would fit the bill anyway – with a varied collection of activewear and streetwear labels.

 


 

Aumnie

Uber sleek active wear

Room 804 38 SHAN TUNG STREET MONGKOK HONG KONG

Made for active and mindful living, AUMNIE is a health and wellness inspired lifestyle brand that carries yoga and fitness wear as well as ready-to-wear fashion for both men and women. The men’s collection includes uber sleek tank tops, pullovers, lightweight jackets, and bottoms in various styles. Though originally founded in Canada, AUMNIE has since expanded to the Asia-Pacific market.

Aumnie | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Clot / Juice

Hip Street style

9-11 Cleveland Street, Fashion Walk, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong | G/F, 2 Minden Row, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong | 18A-B, Tai Ping Shan Street, Sheung Wan

Did you know that this brand was established by Asian actor Edison Chen together with fashion designer Kevin Poon? This under-the-radar streetwear label carries some amazing pieces perfect for a post-workout outfit. Clot has even worked with some frontrunners in the industry – including collaborations with Nike, Disney, Coca-Cola and Scion. Their lifestyle store JUICE can be found in major cities across Asia. We hear that JUICE has hosted numerous event and collection launches. Visit JUICE for a taste of hip street style gear.

Clot, Juice | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Mass

Experimental streetwear with a modern edge

Available online.

This streetwear brand immediately catches the eye with its interesting use of texture and fabrics on their pieces. Offering contemporary basics with a modern edge, Mass incorporates quality mesh in a classy way. The result is a range of edgy, and borderline-experimental meshed shorts and sweatshirts; asymmetric zip tanks and bomber jackets. Due to steady sales, founder Mass Luciano is in the talks of releasing a capsule collection every four to six months.

Mass | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Mass | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Pumped

Fun and adorable designs for the family

Available online.

A little on the light-hearted side, Pumped is the brainchild Petra Schweiger, Denis Giglioli and Betsy Haynes. The creative trio wished there was a line of apparel that was fun, unique, colourful and readily available in Hong Kong. Now, Pumped offers an exciting collection of basic activewear for men, women and kids. The men’s collection boasts cheeky and adorable animated characters printed on vest tops and short sleeve crew neck T-shirts. All items are made of 100% organic cotton and high quality combed yarn.

Pumped | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Pumped | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

HBX AKA Hypebeast Store

An emporium for the coolest men’s fashion

Available online.

The mother – or in this case, the father of all streetwear labels in Hong Kong, Hypebeast impresses with a wide-ranging selection of over 300 international and indie brands. Apart from streetwear and activewear, you will also find everything from footwear, accessories and prints and tech goods. The brands featured at Hypebeast are sourced from all around the globe including New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Tokyo, Sydney and more.

HBX | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
HBX | Men's Athleisure brands in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

MEN’S ATHLEISURE BRANDS IN HONG KONG

Women’s Fashion in Hong Kong

Women's Fashion Hong Kong | Hong Kong | Travelshopa

Hong Kong has been dubbed the “New York of Asia” time and time again – with good reason. Whether you prefer the swanky air conditional malls or quaint fashion boutiques, Hong Kong shopping is endless. So no surprises that our guide to women’s fashion in Hong Kong brings you a mix of the most cutting edge and coolest brands at the moment.

Join us as we take you through luxurious knitwear, understated staples for work, timeless basics and more.


 

Chailie Ho

Decidedly sleek, contemporary pieces

S409, 4/F, Block A, PMQ, No.35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong

This eponymous label is now one of the hottest brands in Hong Kong and has received much love from both the international fashion world as well as through local celebrity endorsements – and with good reason. Decidedly sleek, with a contemporary feel, Chailie Ho’s pieces exude elegance and sophistication, with soft motifs like hand-painted floral designs across all her scarves and dresses. We particularly love her hand-drawn watercolour scarves as well as her new collection of 100% premium cashmere French lace scarves and – we think you would too.

Chailie Ho | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Christian Wijnants

Luxury chic knitwear

242, 2/F, Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, Hong Kong

The Antwerp-based fashion designer finally hit shores with a sleek popup at Pacific Place. His creative eye for rich, layered graphics and fresh colours is seamlessly translated into eloquent knitwear and outerwear – a piece of luxury chic to accompany you through the chilly weather. The label’s spring/summer 2016 collection integrates classic Swarovski crystals into layered fringed skirts and spaghetti strap sundresses made out of roughly shaped silk organza and georgette – goes hand in hand with your new knitwear. If this doesn’t entice you to pay a visit, nothing would.

 Christian Wijnants | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
 Christian Wijnants | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Kevin Ho

Luxurious fabrics with distinct prints

Available online.

If there’s a virtual list of the most desirable new generation fashion designers of 2016, Kevin Ho will fit right in. Known for his degree of finesse and edge, his womenswear is like all your favourite high fashion brands rolled into one – with an Asian twist. Luxurious fabrics like velvet and silks adorned with distinct prints and patterns and intricate fringe details are a common sight in his work.

Kevin Ho | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Knotz & Linkz 

Knitwear in asymmetrical silhouettes

218 2/F Flourish Industrial Building, No.33 Sheung Yee Road Kowloon, Hong Kong

You’d think that a motto like “exploring the possibility of finding harmony between two extremes” would result in a hot mess. Knotz & Linkz proves otherwise. Led by fashion designer Effie Hung – who has worked with the likes of Guy Laroche and Anteprima – the label offers a muster of contemporary knitwear that is relaxed but stylish. Form fitting dresses in asymmetrical silhouettes and structured coats are some staples you’ll find at this fashion house.

Knotz & Knitz | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Lapee Wee

An alluring mix of understated workwear

1/F, Room M Causeway, Hong Kong, 2-6 Fu Ming Street Po Ming Building, Hong Kong 

Seeking a work wear wardrobe revamp? Lapee Wee removes all your fashion woes with an elevated version of everyday work wear essentials. Founded in 2013, this fashion label believes in selling a lifestyle rather than just a product. You’ll find an alluring mix of casual to formal wear finished with understated hues, edgy cuts and meticulous details – as shown on the runways of Hong Kong Fashion Week 2016.

Lapee Wee | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Ms Min

Modernity with classicism

Stocked at Lane Craword.

Combining modernity with classicism, founder and designer Min draws inspiration from her love of culture and the arts, defining ‘simplicity with depth, romanticism with edge and classicism with a twist’ as the driving spirit behind her diverse collections. The result is a varied collection of lush chinoiserie to crisp mid-century couture for the fashionably savvy woman. There is not one dull piece in her vast collection – timeless basics, outerwear, jumpsuits, knitwear and accessories clad in bold colours and patterns and voluptuous cuts. The choices are endless.

Ms Min | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Ms Min | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Polkadot Boutique

A fun boutique showcasing emerging and independent designers

2F, 29 Hollywood Road, Central District, Hong Kong

Finally, a label that puts the fun in fashion. Located at a prime spot in SoHo, the boutique’s colourful storefront immediately reels you in. It’s no different inside, where you’ll encounter pockets of up-to-the-minute women’s fashion pieces that will take you through your day-to-day errands. Polkadot Boutique brings in a fresh collection every other week and month from emerging and independent designers local to Hong Kong as well as from international markets. So rest assured you won’t see the same designs twice. Oh, and be sure to check out their commendable range of jewellery and accessories.

Polkadot Vintage | Women's Fashion in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Women’s Fashion in Hong Kong

Homewares in Hong Kong

Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

We’ve discussed the plethora of fashion labels and vast shopping opportunities in Hong Kong but we were elated to come across a commendable amalgam of shops dedicated to homewares as well. That’s right, the eclectic mix of European and classic Scandinavian homewares to Asian-inspired antiques was a pleasant surprise! Travel with us and pick your favourites in this definitive guide to homewares in Hong Kong.

 


 

Bowerbird Home

EUROPEAN HOME DÉCOR AND ACCESSORIES

Unit 5, 2/F, The Oceanic Industrial Centre, 2 Lee Lok Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong 

Bowerbird understands the importance of accessories and scours the globe to provide you with the best selection of homeware. Enter the throve filled with European furnishings like gingers jars, artificial flowers, bird cages and a huge selection of lighting, cushions, textiles and charming trinkets to beautify your homes.

Bowerbird Home | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Home Essentials

NUMBER 1 FURNITURE RENTAL STORE IN HONG KONG

33 Lyndhurst Terrace, SoHo, Hong Kong

Labeled as Hong Kong’s “Number 1 Home Furnishings Store” in Central, Home Essentials offers some cutting-edge, contemporary furniture to over six continents, including Hong Kong. Apart from furniture, they also feature an elaborate collection of home décor including patterned New Zealand wool rugs, ceramic stools, table and floor lamps. If that is not enough, they also offer an eclectic mix of artwork, trays, vases, ceramic wall art and cushions. Not surprising if you hold the title for the best home furnishings store in Hong Kong.

 


 

Homeless

EXTENSIVE VARIETY OF FURNITURE AND FURNISHINGS FOR EVERY HOME

G/F, 29 Gough Street, NoHo, Hong Kong

Homeless is a lifestyle store that offers all you need to create a beautiful home. They pride in curating rare treasures from many designers. A diverse range; from the basics like lighting, kitchenware and tableware, down to accessories like magazine racks, clocks, cushions and umbrella stands are available at this homeware haven. On top of the vast range of products, each of them has different styles that would suit any theme or style.

 Homeless | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
 Homeless | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 


 

Infurniti Home       

CLASSIC FURNITURE MADE WITH NATURAL MATERIALS

Unit 1614-18 Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

Fancy some classic touches to your modern homes? Look no further as Infurniti Home brings you a mixture of Asian-inspired ceramics, mirrors with vintage designs, photos frames with quirky prints and wall décor with simplistic drawings. It’s not surprising to know their focus on quality and timeless value in their home furnishings has earned them recognition in the market.

 


 

Inside

HIGH QUALITY AND AFFORDABLE FURNITURE

231 Landmark Prince’s Building, Central, Hong Kong | Unit 1201 Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong | G104 The Repulse Bay 109 Repulse Bay Road, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong

How do we go about decorating our homes without breaking the bank? The best solution is to find a store that offers home decor and accessories that are of high-end quality yet very friendly in the pocket. Inside strives to create products that are simple, versatile and full of charm. Inside features soft furnishings like cushions and floor pads; embroidered, printed and waffle bed linen and a range of rugs.

Inside | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Old Shanghai Limited

ASIAN-INSPIRED HOMEWARE

Unit 1512-1516, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

When searching for Asian-inspired furnishings, definitely add Old Shanghai to your shopping list. Amongst the vast range of high quality classic pieces, expect pops of colour and modern takes on traditional pieces like tall bar stools, decorative ladders, and storage boxes of all sizes. They are right on the money when it comes to Asian-inspired accessories like makeshift magazine racks, plant pots and decorative items.

Old Shanghai | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Olive Forrest           

HANDPICKED ANTIQUE CHINESE AND CONTEMPORARY HOMEWARE

72 Peel Street, SoHo, Hong Kong

Owned by Irish expat Olive Forrest, this furniture store offers a decent mix of Chinese and Tibetan antiques. Forrest has been sourcing for Chinese furniture for over 17 years; which is why she prides in providing us with artisan home accessories inspired by both oriental and western design aesthetics. Temple jars, statues, decorative plates, ladders and buckets are just some of the many pieces the store offers.

 


 

Tang Tang Tang Tang

LUXURY CHINESE-INSPIRED HOMEWARES       

66 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Owned by Hong Kong entrepreneur and big shot Sir David Tang, Tang Tang Tang Tang is a luxury furniture and homewares store that oozes elegance and sophistication. The store itself looks like the inside of a luxurious mansion as it embodies subtle Chinese aesthetics using key colours of grey and yellow, complemented by marble flooring. It offers chic colonial Hong Kong furniture and home accessories with a Western twist. This is the store to go to if you want nothing but classy and exquisite pieces of art for your homes.

Tang Tang Tang Tang | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Timothy Oulton

BRITISH AND AMERICAN FURNITURE FROM THE 1950s

17 Gough St, Central, Hong Kong

Timothy Oulton’s Gough Street Gallery in Central offers an eclectic mix of finishes and textures from the British heritage and culture. You’ll feel like you’ve entered a gentleman’s pad with its sleek furnishings and chandeliers. The store offers rustic and elegant accessories from the “Beat” generation in the 1950s, America and inspirations from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The space also welcomes art exhibitions and whisky tastings. How classy!

 


 

ViA

LAVISH AND MODERN EUROPEAN FURNITURE

3-11 Wing Fung Street, WanChai, Hong Kong

ViA’s showroom features lavish and top-of-the-line European furniture, kitchenware and sanitary fittings. These pieces are carefully curated from various international brands to keep up with ViA’s commitment of giving their customers the most sophisticated and top-notch quality pieces. Their collection includes a series of rugs and vases to adorn your homes. You’ll also realize your basic homeware can be both functional and aesthetically pleasing once you view their kitchen display areas.

 


 

White Contemporary Homewares

Elegant homewares decked in neutral hues

Shop 245 Prince’s Building, 10 Chater Road, Central | G/F No. 31A Wyndham Street, Central

As its name suggests, White Contemporary Homewares, is a perfect accompaniment for modern homes with a soft contemporary theme. You will encounter an array of homewares decked in neutral hues like whites, beiges, and soft greys – together with the occasional splash of colour. A stellar range of unique home accessories to soft furnishings and even home fragrances are available at this shop. It is no wonder this furniture shop is sought after by many designers.

White Contemporary Homewares | Homewares in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

GUIDE TO HOMEWARES IN HONG KONG

Accessories in Hong Kong

Chateau Zoobeetle | Accessories in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

If you’re an avid shopper like us, you’re probably well aware that Hong Kong is Asia’s answer to the Big Apple. During our recent shopping trip to Hong Kong, we were delighted to encounter a series of fashion accessories shops, offering up a slew of various styles, scattered around the city. So we’ve sieved the best accessories boutiques and e-commerce sites that carry trendy, classic and cutting-edge designs by up-and-coming and local designers, just for you.

The next time you tour this vibrant city, be sure to include accessories in your Hong Kong shopping guide. Happy shopping in Hong Kong!

 


 

Charming Pop

LUXURY ITALIAN LEATHER HANDBAGS

iSQUARE, Unit 205, 63 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong KongStar House, Unit 826A/B, 8/F,  3 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Charming Pop is a boutique that offers Italian leather handbags and accessories like satchels, clutches and wallets. The unique quality about this boutique is all products are made with special tanning techniques that are less harmful to the environment compared regular tanned leather. These bags would definitely catch your eye with its bold and vibrant colours and designs. Apart from that, the bags have spacious compartments, making it the perfect choice for travelling in style!

 


 

Chateau Zoobeetle

PARISIAN LUXURY LEATHER GOODS

38 Sai Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Immerse yourselves into one of the greatest fashion capitals of the world at Sai Street! Chateau Zoobeetle mirrors the interior of a modern Parisian apartment with a selection of vintage décor pieces and furniture. Its two-storey boutique features a curated selection of ready-to-wear Parisian accessories and cosmetics. Our current favourite is their collection of exotic and elegant luggage tags made from snakeskin!


 

Lianca Central

Leather accessories in vibrant colours

27 Staunton Street, SoHo, Hong Kong

Lianca Central selects the finest materials that adhere to their high standards. This stylish boutique manufactures and retails leather accessories like bags, pouches, stationeries and wallets in simple designs but vibrant colours. They play a strong emphasise on colour as they believe that it has an emotional effect on users. Whether you’re looking for a perfect gift for a loved one – or gifting yourself, this is the place to look in on.

 


 

Made in Eden

Accessories made with the best Italian leathers

At various stockists | Also available online.

A stunning leather goods labels, Made in Eden boasts gorgeous leather accessories, intricate craftsmanship and top-notch materials, using only the best Italian leathers and 100% natural full grain vegetable tanning. Made in Eden oozes sophistication with a modern take on classic designs. You’ll be spoilt for choice by a variety of satchels, totes, messenger bags, wallets, clutches and card and key holders.

Made in Eden | Hong Kong | Travelshopa

Made in Eden | Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 


 

Matter Matters

LEATHER ACCESSORIES WITH A QUIRKY EDGE

K11 Select, Unit 101/K 11, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sai Tui, Kowloon, Hong Kong

Matter Matters is a leather goods label that specialises in tote bags, wallets, and iPad cases. They use combinations of materials, geometric shapes and postmodern aesthetics to produce modern and witty accessories. Designer and owner, Flora Leung feels that her creations should always be fun, practical and fresh. These designs are eccentric and look like they’ve been taken out of a comic book.

Matter Matters | Accessories in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

The Black Label

Exotic leather accessories

Available online.

Specialising in ethical and sustainable exotic leathers such as crocodile, ostrich, snake and lizard, The Black Label creates beautiful handmade accessories such as wallets, cardholders, bangles and even phone covers that are as practical as they are stunning. The Black Label also takes it up a notch by including splashes of colour in its accessories. Whether your style speaks trendy or classy – they have them all.

The Black Label | Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Timbee Lo   

Experimental fashion accessories

Causeway Place, Shop 106, 1-1L Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Under the ideology of ‘A Lab in a Forest’, the creators at Timbee Lo constantly explore every element by combining products of nature such as animals, plants and minerals. This experimental concept is a big hit with customers. The highlight of the store is their quirky accessories. Their headwear, shades, handbags, brooches, chunky earrings, statement necklaces, 3-D bangles and phone covers are made with unconventional items like animal figurines and 3-D items.

 


 

Uber Tunique

Korean and French inspired Accessories

Shop B, 7 Mee Lun Street, Central, Hong Kong

Uber Tunique is a store that every girl and woman would like to visit. The blend of art, fashion, and style creates extensive options for accessories. The creator of Uber Tunique, Amandine, combines the fashion and style of both her origin (Korea) and life in France. The women’s fashion label has something for every lady, as it brings forth a dynamic sense of style to suit your unique personality.

Uber Tunique | Accessories in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

GUIDE TO ACCESSORIES IN HONG KONG

 

Furniture in Hong Kong

Tree | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

It comes as no surprise that Hong Kong is recognised as one of the world’s best shopping destinations. As you’d expect from the “New York of Asia” Hong Kong plays home to an impressive list of furniture stores, each unique in their own. Shopping for furniture in Hong Kong can be quite an adventure with the eclectic mix of stores available in all parts of Hong Kong.

But do not despair as we’ve narrowed down the furniture stores we thought you’d set your eyes on. You’ll be spoilt for choice at the variety and contrast of modern, bespoke, vintage and antique furniture the city has to offer. Shop away Travelshopas!

 


 

Andy Hei      

CHINESE ANTIQUES FROM MING AND QING PERIODS

84 Hollywood Road, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

Andy Hei has gained much popularity and prestige in this industry due to his authentic collection of antique furniture. The company has continuously been reliable in providing antique lovers and collectors with vintage pieces from the ancient Chinese dynasty. One of its specialties includes furniture from Ming and Qing periods. This is the place to go if you’re looking for a touch of Chinese art and culture in your homes. The store also includes interior accessories, decorations, and even outdoor and garden furniture.

 


 

Bowerbird Home

CLASSIC AND ELEGANT FURNITURE 

Unit 5, 2/F, The Oceanic Industrial Centre, 2 Lee Lok Street, Ap Lei Chau,Hong Kong

This homeware oasis had us at their impressive display of blue and white ginger jars and small decorative objects at their humble store. The team at Bowerbird Home carefully curate a selection of interior furnishings that are classic and elegant with a whimsical touch. They also offer tips to select the perfect furniture for your living spaces. No wonder Bowerbird Home, Hong Kong is a favourite among many local interior enthusiasts.

Bowerbird Home | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Bowerbird Home | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

LALA CURIO

A fun and contemporary take on antique furniture

32-33 Sau Wa Fong, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

LALA CURIO is a furniture emporium offering a varied mix of all you’ll need to redecorate your abode. The brand gives a fun spin on antiques – celebrating traditional artisanship with contemporary humour. What started as a humble rosewood furniture shop in the 50s is now a leading ceramics enterprise. Do not be surprised to encounter a range of cloisonné tiles, wallpaper designs, lighting and even a humble collection of gifts for him and her. A trip to LALA CURIO and your home will be looking like a contemporary haven in no time.

 


 

Old Shanghai Limited

TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY PIECES FOR SMALL SPACES

Unit 1512-1516, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

When searching for Asian-inspired furniture and furnishings, definitely put Old Shanghai on your shopping list. Amongst the vast range of high quality and classic pieces, expect pops of colour and modern takes on traditional pieces like tall bar stools, decorative ladders, and storage boxes of all sizes. We also spotted a few items perfect for small spaces, like beds with in-built drawers.

Old Shanghai | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Organic Modernism

HIPPY VINTAGE FURNITURE

G/F No.5 Square Street Sheung Wan, Hong KongUnit 803-804, 8/F, Horizon Plaza No.2 Lee Wing Street Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

The designs at Organic Modernism are classy with a modern touch. Browse through their designs for tables, cabinets, shelves, and sofas that match your taste. Home and office accessories such as paintings and sculptures are also available at this store. Quality is not compromised in the values of Organic Modernism as you can certainly see it if you observe the finishing of each piece. Their products include hand-forged bronze with Japanese patina finishes, American walnut bases and pine wood frames.

Organic Modernism | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

Organic Modernism | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Organic Modernism | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

 

Rimba Rhyme Home

DESIGN YOUR OWN FURNITURE

5/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

Rimba Rhyme has been designing and producing top-quality bespoke furniture since 1999. Its distinct Danish design and architecture is a popular favourite among residents. You can finally put your Pinterest boards to good use as the people at Rimba Rhyme encourage their customers to contribute designs for pieces that depict their own taste and style. So you can proudly exhibit your customized furniture to your guests. Each piece of wooden furniture is made from the finest quality of wood and metal.

Rimba Rhyme Home | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

Rimba Rhyme Home | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Shambala Furniture

AFFORDABLE SOLID WOOD FURNITURE

2/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau,Hong Kong

Take a trip down Tibet, Burma, Sri Lanka, India and even Thailand at Shambala Furniture’s showroom at Horizon Plaza. It is known to be Hong Kong’s favourite emporium of afforable solid wood furniture. Pieces are made from rosewood & teak, brass, copper, marble and even hand blown glass. Their showroom is also filled with accessories, rugs and lamps. Your homes will be looking like one of those earthy luxury resorts in no time.

Shambala Home | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa
Shambala Home | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa

Shambala | Furniture in Hong Kong | Travelshopa


 

Style50s

RETRO AND MID-CENTURY FURNITURE WITH A POP OF COLOUR

10B, On Shing Industrial Building, 2-16 Wo Liu Hang Road, Fo Tan, Shatin, Hong Kong | Shop 1019, 10/f, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, Hong Kong

Style50s brings you vintage to modern mid-century furniture and home accessories. What we like is their use of vibrant colours like hot pink and teal, which complements their retro theme and adds a pop of colour to your homes. The PU vintage fabric used on their sofas is easy to maintain and wears well. They also offer over 100 different fabrics to choose from to suit your preference if you’re particular about your fabric.

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Tang Tang Tang Tang

LUXURY CHINESE-INSPIRED FURNITURE         

66 Johnston Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

Owned by Hong Kong entrepreneur and tycoon Sir David Tang, Tang Tang Tang Tang (get where the name’s from?) is a luxury furniture store that oozes elegance and sophistication. The store itself evokes elegance as it embodies subtle Chinese aesthetics using key colours of grey and yellow, complemented by sleek marble flooring. It offers chic Chinese furniture and furnishings with a Western twist. This is the store to go to if you want nothing but classy and exquisite pieces of furniture in your homes.

 


 

Timothy Oulton

BRITISH AND AMERICAN FURNITURE FROM THE 1950s

17 Gough Street, Central, Hong Kong

Timothy Oulton has been regarded as one of the leading stores in providing luxurious and high-end pieces of furniture. The gallery offers an eclectic mix of finishes and textures from the British heritage and culture. You’ll feel like you’ve entered a gentleman’s pad with its sleek furnishings and chandeliers. The store also offers rustic and elegant furniture from the “Beat” generation in the 1950s, America and inspirations from the Victoria and Albert Museum in London – and also welcomes art exhibitions and whisky tastings. How classy!

 


 

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