Hong Kong Travel Diary

As Asia’s Luxury Shopping Capital, Hong Kong’s Indie Shopping Scene Is Super Underrated

In the picture above, Shaughnessy is standing at the foot of Pottinger Street in Central. The area is great for indie shopping. If you’re after kitschy antiques, check out Select 18. For locally designed fashion and accessories, check out PMQ’s shops, like Fave by Kenny Li, Hak and Kapok. If you want whimsical souvenirs like fluorescent chopsticks or angry-cat charms, visit Goods of Desire (G.O.D). Label hounds on a budget can score their dream (second-hand) luxe handbag at Milan Station or Brand Off Tokyo. If you don’t mind your labels snipped, Dejavu sells new top-drawer pieces. (Think Ch_el, Ba_ga and Sa_nt.)

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