HONG KONG SHOP WATCH: Hong Kong’s Leading Concept Stores
By Babette Radclyffe-Thomas

Stylesight rounds up Hong Kong’s leading concept stores.

Dec 05, 2013


Following the success of its first concept store, Agnes B LA LOGGIA, Agnes B has recently opened the one-stop lifestyle concept store Agnes B Rue de Marseille. Agnes B Rue de Marseille embodies the chic sophistication and rustic feel of its namesake location, a Parisian street in the fashionable Marais district, through antique furniture, refined black and grey tones, high ceilings and French-style windows.

Agnes B Rue de Marseille

EVISU’s first Asian concept store is a glass-fronted, five-story haven for denim aficionados. The first two floors are home to the Private Stock, Heritage, EVISU Genes and Women’s collections, while the top floors house an edgy art gallery and Barsmith, a sleek members-only artisan Japanese cocktail bar.

For over 10 years, Homeless has specialized in showcasing beautiful and avant-garde furniture, lighting and houseware. It now offers over 3,000 eclectic items. Bright pink neon signs adorn the exterior, and a spiral staircase leads shoppers through the multi-story space.

Apparel, accessories, beauty, housewares and even bikes are stocked at Konzepp. The interior and exterior designs of the store were inspired by the multiple definitions of the word “hatch,” and a key theme of the store is to “hatch” discussions and collaborations in the local creative community. – Babette Radclyffe-Thomas

Agnes B Rue de MarseilleShop G26, G28 & 117-120, K11, 18 Hanoi Road, Tsim Sha Tsui / 852 3122 4282

EVISU60 Wellington Street, Central / 852 2234 7266

Homeless29 Gough Street, Sheung Wan / 852 2581 1880

Konzepp50 Tung Street, Sheung Wan/ 852 2803 0339

Click here to read the full Stylesight report.

Images courtesy of Agnes B, EVISU, Konzepp and Homeless

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