A Guide to Shopping on Aberdeen Street – 2017

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By Contributors  /  February 24, 2017

Living in Hong Kong, Asia’s shopping city, there’s no shortage of luxury labels, high street brands and cool independent stores to keep style-savvy fashionistas in whatever fashion they choose to dress in. After listing our Guide to Shopping in Aberdeen Street in 2014, we’re back again with some of the best stores that has popped up over the recent years in the heart of SoHo. Aberdeen Street offers something different, here you will find independent boutiques that curates based on the owner’s own taste, vintage boutiques and stores that stocks gorgeous unique jewellery pieces and some special homeware pieces that  makes you enjoy the process of discovery shopping offers. We like to share our top picks of stores we love on Aberdeen Street. We recommend you start on Hollywood Road with Edit and Étoffe and when you hit the junction of Hollywood Road and Aberdeen Street, at the corner of PMQ, turn right and make your way through these amazing shops!

Edit

Edit is Hong Kong’s cult store where you’ll find some of the most well loved fashion editor’s labels under one roof. Their approach to style brings some of the quirkiest fashion brands emerging from Europe with a highlight eclectic selection of accessories, fashion and shoes in a swanky space. Some of the designers you can find  here are Emma Cook, Mother of Pearl, Paper London, Tibi and Anna October. Edit may be small but the range of womenswear makes up for the quality, prices start from HK$1,000 for skirts ranging up to HK$5,000 for coats.

Where?
67 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2549 4999
http://www.edit-thestore.com/

Étoffe

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If your are shopping evening gowns, head to Étoffe. Launched in 2014, Étoffe has everything from couture evening wear to romantic wedding gowns to elegant accessories. The haute couture collection includes famous designers like Talulah, Alice and Olivia, Alice Mcall and Ruby Sees, you’ll often see the pieces worn on local celebrities. If you’re not sure which gown to go for, the helpful staff are always ready to help you out.

Where?
75 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2344 0099
http://etoffedeparis.com/

Thei

This pocket-sized shop offers a carefully-curated collection of established and emerging designer brands hand-picked from international markets and bazaars. There are a lot of items to choose from including Sophie Hulme, Jackie J.S. Lee, Peridot, Victoria Beckham and Wildfox which would make perfect outfits for the kind of girls looking for a date night outfit.

Where?
10C Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2615 2890
https://www.facebook.com/THEI-266634347041520/

Petite Petite

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Aberdeen Street isn’t all high-end designers and vintage, at Petite Petite, here you’ll find quirky gifts, accessories and everything in between. Most the stock are from Asia including China, Taiwan and Korea so expect cute leather good and printed scarves ranging from HK$50 up to HK$600. There is also a small range of fabrics and some cute gifts for children, such as coin purses and vintage style-satchels.

Where?
18 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong.

Evelyn Artwear

Armed with a background in fashion design and over 2 decades of jewelry making experience, Evenlyn Tang is the creative talent behind Evenlyn Artwear. Her designs have been stocked at Lane Crawford and you’ll find a good range of vintage accessories and designs by the designer herself. This store offers a range of contemporary pieces, modern vintage and old school pieces like pearls. A word to the wise; don’t be so overwhelmed by the mix of pieces from different centuries, finding the right item takes time.

Where?
21 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2850 8906
http://www.evelynartwear.com/

Bohemian Artistic

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Established in 1997, Bohemian Artistic is a vintage haven for women, stocking a range of beautiful clothing and accessories with an emphasis of Eastern and Western 70’s style. You won’t find the typical vintage T-shirts and jeans here- the focus is on style and unique pieces.  They stock a range of 50’s dresses, kimono inspired jackets and specialist items like qi paos. Prices range from HK$500 to HK$3,000 and there’s fair trade jewelry and in-house designed shoes.

Where?
27 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2385 8899
https://www.facebook.com/bohemianartistic/

Orient Senses

This tiny little shop next door to Stockholm is filled with everything made from 925 silver. There’s a range designs in gold and rose and we love this shop for it’s reasonable price range of chic jewelry. All the products are simple yet eye-catching  to go with any little black dress you own. We picked up a gorgeous necklace with a leaf pendant for HK$1,530.

Where?
29 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2544 3398 
https://www.orientsenses.com/

Stockholm

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Stockholm is a taste of Swedish culture in the heart of Soho. The Stockholm collection includes a special eye for Nordic ­accessories and lifestyle products with an emphasis on quality within a modern context of design. Stocking a range of brands including it’s in house designs, there’s also shoes from Flattered and eco-friendly beauty goods from Björk & Berries

Where?
31 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2217 7588
https://www.facebook.com/Stockholm.com.hk/

Love Brunch

If you’re looking to get your dose of Korean fashion without flying to Seoul, simply stop off at Love Brunch. Its charming little store is located on the Lyndhurst Terrace in the heart of Soho. You’ll be happy to wander inside and soak in all the seriously stylish Korean fashion and in terms of the price range, there’s something here for every budget.

Where?
54 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2656 7822
https://www.facebook.com/LOVEBRUNCH/

Ro Bags

Gene Miao’s understated New York based label Ro Bags is the latest edition to the ever-trendy Gage Street. Miao’s background in architecture with a good understanding of materials has influenced the designs with a focus on the construction of the bags; be it the leather or stitching. Whilst most brands rely on up-coming trends, Ro Bags focuses on timeless fashion.

Where?
49 Gage Street, Central, Hong Kong. Tel: 2850 5100
http://www.robags.com/

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