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Paris-based fashion retailer Rue Madame unveils third store in Hong Kong

HKSAR Government 01/04/2012
Paris-based fashion retailer Rue Madame unveils third store in Hong Kong

Paris-based fashion retailer Rue Madame on January 3 announced the opening of its third store in Hong Kong to capture growing opportunities in the city's fast-growing fashion market.

South China Morning Post (SCMP) Plans Launch of RedeeME, a New Upscale Group Buying Website

South China Morning Post revealed its plans to launch a new luxury discount offer website, targeting the discerning and upscale tastes of its typical readership profile.

De Beers store at Elements in Hong Kong

De Beers Diamond Jewellers, the definitive destination for diamond jewellery, celebrates the highly anticipated opening of a new De Beers store at ELEMENTS in Kowloon today. ELEMENTS is an epicentre of luxury shopping in Kowloon and the establishment of De Beers here marks the brand's second store in Hong Kong after The Landmark in Central.

HONG KONG: Gap opens first flagship, eyes China growth

Leonie Barrie just-style.com 11/26/2011
Window Shop the Risque Christmas Collection of Hong Kong's Fashion Superstore, From Alexander McQueen to the Row

There’s no need to go all angelic and shrink from big, bold style as we head into the Christmas party season — at least not if you live in Hong Kong. This winter, Hong Kong’s most stylish luxury retail store, Joyce (sort of to Hong Kong what Barneys is to New York), has commissioned five hot international designers to design an exclusive Christmas capsule collection for the store. The five, Alexander McQueen, Maison Michel, Thom Browne, the Row (the Olsen Twins' line), and Anthony Vaccarello, have reinterpreted their respective signature styles to create the ultimate party wardrobe for the Harbor City.

The new Hong Kong store is Gap's ninth in the Greater China region

US specialty clothing retailer Gap Inc today (25 November) opened its first flagship store in Hong Kong as part of ongoing plans to expand the international reach of its brands - and aims to triple its stores in the country by the end of its next financial year.

A Mall for Men in Hong Kong

Jason Chow The Wall Street Journal 10/12/2011
Hong Kong’s Landmark opened a 60,000-square foot basement floor dedicated to menswear and guy-oriented gear.

In Hong Kong, men now have a mall to call their own. At a runway show last week featuring actor Louis Koo, the Landmark mall’s basement was refashioned into a guy-oriented shopping hub. Called Landmark Men, the 60,000 square-foot space is dedicated to menswear, grooming and gadgets, with Thomas Pink, Gucci, Valentino Men and other retailers represented.

Shanghai Tang moves into Mongolian yurts in Hong Kong

Shanghai Tang will be moving into yurts -- the tents favored by Mongolian nomads -- by November. After 17 years at the Pedder Building in Central, Shanghai Tang lost the bid for the space to Abercrombie & Fitch, which agreed to pay two and half times the previous rent.

In Hong Kong, Men's Ready-to-Wear

Christine Chow The New York Times 04/20/2011
Groupon Hong Kong and Macau.com to Offer Unbeatable Deals in Macau

Groupon Hong Kong and Macau.com today announced a new partnership which will bring local deals to Macau. The launch will consist of two sites, namely http://groupon.hk/deals/macau and http://macau.com/groupon , featuring a wide array of irresistible travel, dining, and entertainment packages for local consumers and travellers to the glamorous destination.

Part of the selection at Moustache in Hong Kong.

While it’s simple enough to find a men’s tailor in Hong Kong that is cheap, it’s a more daunting task to find one that offers a sense of style. JA Daye, however, brings a creative eye for colors and details to the tailoring experience.

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