Gucci shops are always a pleasure, if one can endure the rehearsed snobbism of the sales staff. Antiseptically cool, it makes ... More
Gucci shops are always a pleasure, if one can endure the rehearsed snobbism of the sales staff. Antiseptically cool, it makes viewing all the delicious leather and silver accessories, or some of those sleek, narrow shoes, an intensely visual experience. A few suits are also discreetly available, near the back, but you will have to ask. Gaze at the cufflinks for lessons in pure aesthetics, but do not salivate on the display cases or one of the slim, beautifully attired assistants might call the security. Additional locations: The Peninsula , Tsim Sha Tsui .
A wide range of retail outlets covering fashion, shoes, leather ware, sportswear and hair accessories as well as a small
branch of the popular Yue Hwa Chinese Products Emporium can be found in this shopping area. The boulevard is ...
The 'Harrods' of Hong Kong, Lane Crawford has been here since the early 20th century, and is still the place
to shop should you wish to max out your credit card! Famous for its large selection of elegant and ...
No self respecting travel guide to Hong Kong has missed this quaint bookshop on 55 Hankow Road. Aptly named, expect
new and used books on travel, maps and other tourist information. The shop organizes exhibitions, book clubs, and is ...