Around the corner is Jipi Japa, and at 482 Jaffe Road is Milan Station with an abundance of papa johns promo code july 2016 colourful handbags.
A light home use folding wheelchair is HK5,900 while an electronic power ride is HK22,000.Iconic Dior has an anchor spot at the Landmark, Central/ photo: Vijay sweetwater discount codes 2017 Verghese Opened early 2016 after a fair bit of pummelling and rework is the reconstructed apartment-and-shopping old 'wedding street' now renamed Lee Tung Avenue, a pedestrian-only street with several bronze statues of children.In a large corner plot framed by the upward ascending Aberdeen Street and Staunton Street, the lively mid-rise PMQ ( ) showcases local designers along with a melange of cooking schools, arts and craft, delicatessens, restaurants and ice-cream parlours, all set around a large convivial.In their favour it must be said these youthful stores featuring bright Hong Kong designers remain open until 11pm or midnight.Here youll also spy a giant golden bone commemorating a Guinness Book world record for the largest dog obedience lesson (354 canines) and the most people brushing dogs teeth simultaneously (268, on 9 December, 2012).This is the rebranded World Trade Centre.Home to a giant ikea store for years, the plaza also serves up classy morsels like Victorias Secret (Shop 373, L3, tel: ) for beauty accessories, Kate Spade, Kookai, and Club Monaco with its European chic cuts and slim lines.Still, bargain-crazed shoppers will not be disappointed at the planned range of products and prices.Pink Panther prowls at Opera Gallery/ photo: Vijay Verghese At the beginning of Wyndham Street you'll spot Wellington Gallery (tel:, ) for contemporary Chinese art and the smart Opera Gallery (52 Wyndham Street, tel:, m ) with excellent bigger displays spread out over four floors.Occupying the lower floors of the Hyatt tower, K11 ( m/ ) is a lively space that takes a spunky stab at melding art and fashion with an array of sculptures, modern art, video screens, and aerial, suspended works.These stores are well stocked with great displays with fast elevators as well as escalators to whisk you through the neon.It is accessible by bus, train, and tram, and is well stocked with more designer labels than you could shake a stick.Stylish Thomas Pink, Pacific Place/ photo: Vijay Verghese Specialty jewellery shops include Jan Logan, Qeelin (Shop 2059, tel: arte Madrid (Shop 1018A, tel:, Carat* (Shop 1062, tel: ) and Thomas Sabo (Shop 1018C, tel: ).
Upstairs is the larger LJ Fashion that is fairly run of the mill, save for some nice shoes (ladies suede half boot from HK1,300).
Lane Crawford, which started off in 1850 (founded by Scotsmen Thomas Lane and Ninian Crawford has a pedigree to match its prices and also has large stores at IFC, Central, and Canton Road, Kowloon.
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At the Times Square shopping mall youll find upmarket flavours at Lane Crawford (tel:, m ) with its dizzying and wallet-humbling array of brands like Chloe, Lanvin and Stella McCartney, to Giorgio Armani, and Paul Smith.