The Best Concept Stores In Hong Kong
Homeless in Causeway Bay | Hawongyaupaindre/CC BY-SA 3.0/Wikimedia Commons
The act of shopping is about more than just commerce, which is why concept stores are on the rise. Concept stores are carefully designed and curated spaces based on a certain lifestyle aesthetic and often offer a range of products, including clothes, jewelry, accessories and furniture. Half retail store, half art gallery, a concept store is a joy to browse. Here are our picks of the best concept stores in Hong Kong
This lifestyle boutique sells furniture, home décor wares, lighting fixtures, designer items and more. Originating in Yau Ma Tei in 2003, Homeless
’s flagship store stands in Central’s Gough St. The store’s name perfectly describes the items on display – an orphanage of functional and beautiful things looking for a home.
Agnès B. Rue de Marseille
This 17,000 square foot, two-storey store in the K11 Mall
brings the entire Agnes B. empire together in one place for an immersive lifestyle retail experience. Classic collections such as Femme, Homme and Sport B. are joined by travel, deli, bookshop, record store, florist and chocolate boutiques.
Founded by Hong Kong style entrepreneur Kevin Poon, WOAW!
– or World of Amazing Wonders! – sells accessories, shoes and home products for men, women and children. There’s a great selection of hard-to-find indie labels, as well as novelty gadgets for those hunting for a unique gift.
’s for the guys out there: 1,500 square feet of retail space dedicated to a tasteful edit of men’s clothing and lifestyle products. The space was designed to resemble a minimalist modern guy’s apartment. Featured labels include Church’s, Nicholas Kirkwood, 3.1 Phillip Lim.
Founded in 2000, Initial
now owns multiple locations across the city. The store is an eclectic mixture of old and new, with antique interiors contrasting their distinctive and edgy clothing. You can also find sophisticated European housewares and stationery here.