Hong Kong has no shortage of clothing shops. The list below contains details of some of the more popular local and international chains (Please refer to the relevant websites for details of locations and opening times).

Locals, like expats, shop at these stores though they also frequent the numerous export surplus outlets that line the streets of Wan Chai district. Also popular are the many tiny, high fashion boutiques which sell mainly the wares of local designers.

Low end to Mid-Range Clothing Chains

Shop Name Website Details
Abercrombie and Fitch http://stores.abercrombie.com/hk/ Abercrombie and Fitch’s flagship store can be found in the Pedder Building in central.
Topshop http://www.topshop.com/en/tsuk/category/topshop-hong-kong-2001686/home?geoip=noredirect Topshop finally opened in Hong Kong in 2013. You can find their store at 59 Queen’s Road Central.
Forever 21 http://www.forever21.com/Store/StoreLocator.aspx?br=f21 American brand of clothing that was newly launched in Hong Kong in 2011. Offers throw-away fashion that reflects the latest trends.
H&M http://www.hm.com/hk_en#/startns Swedish brand H&M has 6 stores across Hong Kong selling the season’s latest fashions at reasonable prices. Women’s, men’s and children’s wear available.
Zara http://www.zara.com/#/en_GB/shops/Store%20Finder A Spanish chain known for its low-priced lookalikes of high-end fashions. There are 6 stores located throughout Hong Kong.
G2000 http://www.g2000.com.hk/region/hk/sd G2000 is a local chain of stores selling both business and casual clothing at reasonable prices.
French Connection http://www.frenchconnection.com/content/stores/far+east.htm 6 stores located throughout Hong Kong. Aimed at the mid-market, French Connection stocks a good range of up-to-date fashion.The French Connection franchise in Hong Kong is owned by a local group (I.T.) which has its own range of stores.
Marks and Spencer http://corporate.marksandspencer.com/aboutus/where/international_stores The British high street staple has ten stores in Hong Kong that sell well made, mid-priced clothes for men, women and children.
Bossini http://www.bossini.com/bossini/html/eng/regional/shop/shop.jsp Bossini, a popular low-priced local chain that stocks casual clothes, has 35 stores throughout Hong Kong.
D-Mop http://www.d-mop.com.hk D-Mop offers cutting-edge fashion for the youth market. There are 11 stores in Hong Kong.
Esprit http://www.esprit.com/storefinder Esprit has 22 branches across Hong Kong and is great for both casual wear and business wear. The brand carries clothing lines for men, women, children and teenagers, as well as a home collection.
Giordano http://www.giordano.com.hk/HK/index.html Giordano is a popular Asian chain that carries casual clothing lines for men, women and children. Very reasonably priced and has more than 40 stores across the city.
Mango http://shop.mango.com/home.faces?state=she_740_IN
The Spanish ready to wear brand, Mango has 9 stores throughout Hong Kong selling the latest fashions in Western sizes.
UniQlo http://www.uniqlo.com/hk/store/ The Japanese ready to wear retailer has thirteen stores in Hong Kong that offer well made casual basics for men, women and children though sizes largely cater to the Asian build.
Cotton On http://www.cottonon.com Cotton On is an Australian chain of stores that offers reasonably priced cotton garments for men, women and children. The chain has nine stores throughout Hong Kong.
Maple http://www.maplefashion.com.hk The Maple chain of more than 35 stores offers mid-priced trendy clothes for women which are designed and produced by local designers in Hong Kong.

High-End Chains

Club Monaco http://www.clubmonaco.com/home/index.jsp A high-end US clothing retailer which alternates between less formal styles during spring and summer and more formal offerings during autumn and winter. There are 6 stores in Hong Kong.
Shanghai Tang http://www.shanghaitang.com/ This high-end Chinese clothing company was founded by local Hong Kong businessman Sir David Tang in 1994. Now controlled by Richemont a Swiss luxury holding company Shanghai Tang offers luxe ready to wear clothing, accessories and homewear for men, women and children.
Joyce http://www.joyce.com/#Shoplist High-end women’s wear retailer which carries collections by big name designers such as Vera Wang, John Galliano, Yohji Yamamoto and Hugo Boss. There are 3 outlets on Hong Kong Island and 1 in Tsim Sha Tsui.
I.T. https://www.ithk.com/eng/html/front/index.html The I.T. network of stores retails a number of local and international designers under its umbrella of stores like ete, i.t. and double park. The French Connection and Anna Sui stores in Hong Kong are also owned by the I.T. group which specializes in medium to high-end contemporary fashions.
The Swank http://www.swank.com.hk This high-fashion boutique stocks a host of big-name labels, including London’s Jenny Packham and David Fielden, and Australia’s Collette Dinnigan.

Children’s Clothing

Bumps to Babes http://www.bumpstobabes.com Hong Kong’s largest mother and baby store, with a wide selection of maternity wear, baby and children’s clothing. There’s also an extensive range of baby products, with everything from prams and car seats to baby food, nappies and toys. There are two Bumps to Babes stores, in Ap Lei Chau and Central. Online shopping with delivery is available.
Mothercare http://www.mothercare.com.hk British retailer Mothercare carries a wide range of clothing for babies and toddlers, including daily apparel, sleepwear, school wear and swimwear. There is also a good selection of toys for newborns such as glow lights, musical mobiles and lullaby players. There are six Mothercare stores in Hong Kong.
Kingkow http://www.kingkow.com Apparel and accessories for kids from newborns to 14-year-olds. There are about 20 outlets across Hong Kong.
Marleen Molenaar Sleepwear http://www.marleenmolenaar.com/wheretobuy.php Marleen Molenaar specializes in children’s sleepwear, including dressing gowns, nightdresses and pajamas for children aged 2-12, sleeping envelopes for infants, and sleepwear for babies from 6-18 months.
Chickeeduck http://www.chickeeduck.com/home/ Quality children’s wear from casual wear to party wear and accessories. There are 23 Chickeeduck retail shops in malls across Hong Kong.
Baby Outlet http://www.mamabebe.com.hk A popular shop offering a variety of brands and labels of baby supplies and quality baby wear from around the world. Online shopping is available.
Fables http://alexandraz.com There are 5 Fables outlets carrying a premium line of clothing for children aged 2 to 16 years old.
Togs Unlimited http://www.togsunlimited.com/ Togs Unlimited specializes in samples and export surplus of infant and toddler wear from major British and American brands.

Tailors

Sam’s Tailor http://www.samstailor.biz Sam’s Tailor is Hong Kong’s most famous tailor shop. The staff there have made suits for a number of celebrities including Michael Palin, Luciano Pavarotti, Bill Clinton and Pierce Brosnan. His prices are very reasonable and the suits are high quality.
David Fashions http://www.davidfashions.com.hk Offers full wardrobe planning and evaluation at your home or office by phone, email or in person. Ladies tailoring available.
Ascot Chang http://www.ascotchang.com Ascot Chang is most famous for its shirt-making, but its suits are equally up to par. Robes, belts, cuff-links and tuxedo shirts are also available.
Raja Fashions http://www.raja-fashions.com Raja offers free hotel or office delivery service. Leather goods and men’s accessories such as ties and cuff-links are available.
Cheung Hing Tailor Company Cheung Hing Tailor Co4th Floor, 79 Queen’s Road CentralHong Kong
Tel: 2523 9737 2525 8997
Cheung Hing Tailor company is a warehouse-like outfit which caters mostly to locals. This tailoring outfit is manned by Mr.Chan Hing and his staffs who speak a smattering of English and provide bespoke tailoring services at extremely competitive rates.
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