If you believe in the power of retail therapy like us, Hong Kong will not disappoint. Wondering where to begin? Whether you’re looking for vintage or designer brands, make sure to check out these clothing stores on your next shopping spree.

8FIVE2 – Hong Kong’s streetwear and skateboard

8five2 causeway bay
8five2 is a streetwear shop that carry international labels alongside their own label (© 8five2)

Embrace the local culture with 8five2, Hong Kong’s original and authentic streetwear store since 1999. Other than their own-label caps, t-shirts, and decks, the street fashion and skateboard shop also introduces upcoming underground labels alongside established brands not previously available in Hong Kong, including Dickies, Knowledge and Nike SB.

1/F, 522 Jaffe Rd, Causeway Bay | +852 2573 9872

Decathlon – Affordable sportswear

decathlon central
Find affordable apparels for every sport at Decathlon (© Decathlon)

Decathlon is the go-to destination for all things sports. With a global presence, they offer a diverse range of products for every sport and activity, including tennis, hiking, swimming and more. Their in-house research, design and production ensure affordable, high-quality sportswear and equipment for athletes at every level. Since its arrival in 2017, Decathlon currently has 8 locations in Hong Kong, and their large superstores are great for browsing.

Multiple locations in Causeway Bay, Central, Kowloon Bay, Ma On Shan, Mong Kok, Sha Tin, Tuen Mun, Tseung Kwan O

GU – Budget-friendly Japanese high-street wear

gu hong kong
GU is the sister brand of UNIQLO, offering affordable and stylish wardrobe essentials (© GU)

GU is a Tokyo-based budget fashion retailer that has taken Hong Kong by storm. With 10 locations across the city, the sister brand of UNIQLO offers budget-friendly clothing for men, women and kids without compromising on quality or style. From trendy pieces to wardrobe staples such as jeans, cardigans and shirts, stock up durable and fashionable pieces without breaking the bank.

See also
15 Amazing Day Spas & Massages You're Going To Love In Hong Kong

Multiple locations in Causeway Bay, Diamond Hill, Mong Kok, Olypian City, Sha Tin, Tsim Sha Tsui, Tsuen Wan, Tseung Kwan O

HBX – Contemporary menswear and streetwear

hbx central
HBX is the brainchild of the renowned fashion media, Hypebeast (© HBX)

Hypebeast is a well-known name among sneakerheads, and its e-commerce and retail platform, HBX, is naturally a must-visit destination for contemporary men’s fashion and streetwear. Originated from Hong Kong, this brainchild of the global media group curated over 250 established and upcoming brands, including Stone Island, Maison Margiela, Palm Angels and Nike.

Shop B29-30, B1/F, Landmark Atrium, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central

Horizon Plaza – Multi-storey outlet mall

horizon plaza ap lei chau
Horizon Plaza houses over 100 stores in its 28-floor building (© Carlos T. via TripAdvisor)

Tucked away in Ap Lei Chau, Horizon Plaza is a multi-storey outlet mall has become a must-visit for fashionistas and interior design enthusiasts. Spread across 28 floors, this converted factory building houses more than 100 stores, from clothings, accessories, homeware, pet essentials and more. Grab a directory, start at the top floor and make your way down.

2 Lee Wing St, Ap Lei Chau | +852 2554 9089

HULA – Pre-loved designer items

hula central
HULA is a premier consignment shop with two locations in Central and Quarry Bay (© HULA)

HULA is a premier consignment shop in Hong Kong dedicated to pre-loved items. With a focus on extending the lifespan of designer pieces, they offer a curated selection of pre-owned luxury womenswear, shoes, handbags, and accessories at discounted prices. Available both online and at their Central and Quarry Bay shop, discover thousands of unique authenticated items waiting to be loved again.

Shop C, G/F, 56-58 Hollywood Road, Central | +852 2544 1211
404, Berkshire House, 25 Westlands Road, Quarry Bay | +852 2544 1211

I.T – Multi-brand fashion house

i.t hong kong
Apart from the multi-brand stores, I.T also operates individual stores for its house brands (© I.T)

Local fashionistas are no strangers to I.T, the celebrated Hong Kong fashion house that has been making waves since 1988. Started as a distributor of elusive brands, I.T now offers renowned international labels like A BATHING APE at their “I.T” stores, while the “i.t” stores carry other youthful house brands such as FRED PERRY and izzue. They also operate individual stores for its sub-brands, including FIVE CM.

See also
The 10 Best Hiking Trails For Families And Experienced Hikers In Hong Kong

Multiple locations in Admiralty, Causeway Bay, Central, Tsim Sha Tsui

KAPOK – Fashion and lifestyle select shop

kapok causeway bay
From a small shop to multiple locations across Hong Kong, Kapok continues to introduce upcoming brands to the city (© Kapok)

Founded by Arnault Castel in 2006, Kapok is a pioneer of lifestyle select stores in Hong Kong. From a hidden gem in Tin Hau, this multi-brand select shop has expanded its empire to include locations in Wan Chai, Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui, while managing all the O.N.S and Maison Kizuné brand stores across the city. Other than clothing, they also carry accessories, fragrances, candles, lamps, and stationery sourced from around the world.

Multiple locations in Causeway Bay, Kowloon Tong, Kwun Tong, Sha Tin, Tsim Sha Tsui, Wan Chai

Lane Crawford – Luxury department store

lane crawford central
The iconic department store Lane Crawford offer the largest designer portfolio in Greater China (© Lane Crawford)

With a legacy dating back to 1850, the iconic department store Lane Crawford is now operating in Admiralty, Central, Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong, offering the largest designer portfolio in Greater China. From international womenswear and menswear brands such as Bottega Veneta, Saint Laurent and Valentino, to accessories, beauty, and home & lifestyle products, you can explore the latest trends in their award-winning spaces.

Multiple locations in Admiralty, Causeway Bay, Central, Tsim Sha Tsui

Lane Eight – Sustainable trainer brand

lane eight sha tin
With two shops in Wan Chai and Sha Tin, Lane Eight is a Hong Kong-based trainer brand (© Lane Eight)

LANE EIGHT, the Hong Kong-based performance footwear brand that redefines versatility and sustainability, offers functional workout shoes that are designed to take you from the gym to work and even a night out. Founded by brothers James and Josh Shorrock, they are committed to use recycled and natural materials when creating high-performance shoes.

LG/F, 14 St Francis Street, Wan Chai | +852 2861 1103
Shop 537, Level 5, New Town Plaza Phase 1, Sha Tin | +852 2811 2068

Lee Garden Two – Baby and Children Clothes

lee garden two causeway bay
Lee Garden Two houses plenty of international and local kids fashion labels (© Lee Garden Two)

Lee Garden 2 is your one-stop destination for all things kids. This luxury shopping destination offers an impressive selection of designer brands like Baby Dior, Burberry, Bonpoint, and Ralph Lauren Children, as well as international and local brands, including Nanos, Jacadi, Little Sugarman and Mr. Poco. Besides, you can find family-friendly restaurants, kids’ furniture, and toys and gifts shop, all conveniently located under one roof.

See also
Where To Buy Swimwear, Bikinis, And Swimsuits In Hong Kong This Summer?

Lee Garden Two, 28 Yun Ping Rd, Causeway Bay | +852 2907 5227

Little Dot Vintage Shop – Vintage boutique

little dot vintage shop tsim sha tsui
Little Dot Vintage shop specialized in clothing and accessories from the 1950s to the 1980s (© Little Dot Vintage shop)

Nestled upstairs in a building in Tsim Sha Tsui, Little Dot Vintage shop is specialized in clothing and products from the 1950s to the 1980s. With its eye-catching pink neon sign and vibrant red walls, this retro treasure trove offers a curated selection of shoes, hats, accessories, and toys from days gone by. Get inspired as the shop owner frequently shares outfit ideas and styling tips on their Instagram and Facebook page.

1/F, 47 Granville Road, Tsim Sha Tsui | +852 6356 3049

Milimilu – Sustainable kids clothing

milimilu online shop
Milimilu offers sustainable and organic kids clothing online (© Milimilu)

Looking for ethically produced children’s clothing? Look no further than Milimilu. Translated into “LoveLove” in Latvian, the Hong Kong-based kidswear online shop features high-quality garments made from sustainable and organic sources, as well as natural or recycled materials. From bold colours and fun prints to “Mommy and Me” matching outfits, their collection caters to babies up to 14 years old. 

Available online

SAU LEE – Occasion dresses and gowns

sau lee online shop
SAU LEE is a womenswear brand originated in Hong Kong (© SAU LEE)

Renowned for its occasionwear, SAU LEE is a Hong Kong fashion brand that celebrates the allure of femininity. From party dresses to evening gowns, founder Cheryl Leung draws inspiration from Hong Kong’s East-meets-West culture with a touch of glamour. Shop their collection on the official website, or through retailers like Revolve and Nordstrom.

Available online

The Armoury – Premier tailoring and menswear

the armoury central
The Armoury offers tailored menswear with premium fabrics (© The Armoury)

Hong Kong has long been famous for tailoring services, attracting celebrities like Bill Clinton and the late Kobe Bryant. Founded in 2010 by Mark Cho and Alan See, The Armoury is the go-to place in Hong Kong for premier tailored menswear. With a curated selection of over 50 artisans from the UK, Spain, Ital, and Japan, they offer tailored suits, casual wear, shoes, accessories, fragrances and more.

B47 Landmark Central, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central | +852 2810 4990
307 Pedder Building, 12 Pedder Street, Central | +852 2804 6991

Header image credit: Kapok

Share this article with your friends ~
5/5 - (1 vote)

Growing up between Hong Kong and various other countries, Renee is a hospitality graduate, an adventure enthusiast, with a newfound passion for writing. When she’s not discovering hidden gems and new eats on Instagram, you'll most likely find her sweating at the gym, sipping on fine wine with friends, solving mysteries in crime movies, or jet-setting to new countries.

Add comment