It’s no secret the fashionistas of Hong Kong have an insaitable appetite for designer goods. Yes, we all covet the big names, but they often come with heavy price tags. Read on to discover some new online shopping platforms that made their debut in recent months, offering discounts, private sales and second-hand designer goods.(Better apologise to your credit card in advance.)
If like us, you can’t miss out on a good ol’ pop-up sale, then you can’t miss out on OnTheList. Founded in 2015 in Hong Kong, OnTheList host invite-only pop-up sale all over the city. Don’t miss out on their sales from brands like Karen Millen, ba&sh, Sinequanone, Louella Odié & Hipanema, and nab some pieces at a fraction of the original price. You will need to register to get the invited to these fabulous sales, but it’s worth it.
French e-commerce site Collector Square, popular for selling vintage and preloved designer goods, has launched in Hong Kong. We spent a few hours browsing on Collector Square and spotted some vintage Hermès, Chanel, Rolex, and Patek Philippe – win! Prices, as expected, are on the higher end of the scale but if you’re having doubts on spending HKD$50,000 on a vintage Birkin, Collector Square compares prices with big auction houses such as Christie’s and Sotheby’s to lead you into temptation.