The Best Streetwear Stores in Hong Kong
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Best Streetwear Stores in Hong Kong

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Hong Kong is a fashionable city and the young people know how to dress well. From thrifting and vintage to suit fittings and button downs, Nike and Adidas to Goods of Desire and Yeung Chin, the City of Food is also known as a place for trendy, modern streetwear culture.

Located just merely hours from the fashion mecca of Tokyo, Hong Kong’s streetwear culture and industry has transformed as labels like Supreme, Stussy, Palace, Off-White and Noah have found their way into the fashion fabric of Hong Kong youth.

But with a city still dominated by luxury, the stores selling streetwear clothes may be hard to find. Don’t worry, we’ve collected Hong Kong’s dimes when it comes to sourcing your streetwear style and vibe.


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Founded in 1999, 8FIVE2 has reigned high in the ranks of local budding skateboarders eager to look the part when cruising down Hong Kong’s streets. The store has collaborated with brands like Vans, Carhartt, and Girl Skateboards in recent years, selling products limited to the Hong Kong market with their signature green tint.

Their in-store collection features decks, bags, t-shirts, and jackets made by 8FIVE2, as well as Trasher, Prodip, and F*cking Awesome.

Location: 8FIVE2SHOP, 1/F, 522 Jaffe Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

Popcorn General Store

Hidden away in Causeway Bay’s Hysan Palace, Popcorn is Hong Kong’s unofficial dedicated Supreme reseller, with the imported streetwear from Japan and the U.S. Among their collection you can find Palace, Anti Social Social Club, Pleasures, and Carrot.

Their online store is one of the largest in Southeast Asia, selling American and Asian brands of the latest streetwear drops. We recommend a venture down to their Causeway Bay store to see their collection of small red Supreme accessories and trinkets.

Location: Popcorn General, Shop 409, 4/F, Hysan Place, 500 Hennessy Rd, Causeway Bay

Second Kill Sneakers

Second Kill
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From Yeezy’s to Air Force 1s and Supreme to Stussy, if you can name it, Second Kill sell it. With a new renovation in June 2020, the Mong Kok store has revamped their collection to fit in with streetwear trends across the world in New York, Los Angeles, Tokyo, London, and Paris.

With shoes, you can find Air Jordan 11s, Asics, Nike Dunks, Yeezys, and Ultraboosts. Their clothing collection specializes in Stussy, Trasher, and BAPEthree cult favorites in Hong Kong’s streetwear scene.

Location: Second Kill, Shop 3, G/F, Yan On Building, 1 Kwong Wa St, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

Ball Head

Ball Head is one of the largest streetwear stores located on Mong Kok’s famous Sneaker Street. They sell streetwear apparel, accessories, and sneakers catering to different styles of streetwear. Splashy and luxurious? You can find Supreme’s collection in collaboration with Louis Vuitton. Heading for more skater vibes? Cop yourself some Humble, Lakh, and Converse shoes.

More than 70 brands are sold in-store and on their online storeonline shop. Current discounts and sales of Patagonia, Champion, CDG, and Thrasher are on offer throughout autumn 2021. Check out their Instagram page for sales of their collection in Supreme, New Balance, Nike Tops and Dunks, Converse.

Location: Ball Head, Room 906, 9/F, Hollywood Plaza, 610 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon

Upstairs Apparel

Upstairs Apparel has long been a favorite for young streetwear fans roaming Sneaker Street. With staff that speak English and clothes imported from the U.S. , but at Hong Kong prices, Upstairs Apparel is reliable and a hot spot for street vibes.

Streetwear brands familiar with the New York streets but unknown in Hong Kong can be sourced at Upstairs Apparel. Odd Future and Rastaclat are two that are stocked at the store and popular with customers for their extensive summer and spring collections, perfect for the humidity and tepid heat of Hong Kong.

Other cool brands such as Champion, Russell Athletic, RIPNDIP, Dickies, and Stussy can be found in Upstairs Apparel’s Mong Kok store, accessible from a narrow staircase leading up to the lounge.

Location: Upstairs Apparel, 1F, 62 Fa Yuen St, Mong Kok, Kowloon

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