The 9 Best Lifestyle Concept Stores in Hong Kong
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The 9 Best Lifestyle Concept Stores in Hong Kong for Homebodies and Decorators

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Beyond the aircon havens in Hong Kong’s shopping malls and international brands that dot our city, you can find a litany of independent boutique and curated lifestyle concept stores catering to the homebodies and decorators who care about how they live and breathe at home. Read our list to find out the best lifestyle stores in Hong Kong, to source unique designer goods, healthy edible products, hip clothes, useful home widgets and gadgets, and your latest splurge!

Goods of Desire (G.O.D.)

For the quintessential Hong Kong products that remind you of the city’s distinct east-meets-west cultural mix, G.O.D. is the city’s sardonic lifestyle brand for fresh fashion, home décor, lifestyle, and gift designs inspired by the very craziness that occupies Hong Kong. City inside jokes, sardonic takes on expatry, and parodies on Cantonese culture can be seen on clothing and homeware, using age-old traditions to stylise and create products memorable in our homes and on our bodies. Founded in 1996, it has sustained a long life due to its pull with locals and expats to fill their homes with a quintessential take on Hong Kong.

Location: Goods of Desire, locations across Hong Kong

MoMA Design Store

The Hong Kong branch of the MoMA Design Store in K11 MUSEA follows the principles of New York’s Museum of Modern Art to establish the importance of design’s role in our culture and personal lives splitting into our homes. With a catalogue of daring, modern, and innovative products inspired by the MoMA’s curatorial identity with design, the museum gift shop has an edge to other Hong Kong lifestyle stores. Find products like portable iPhone-linked sticker printers, hand-sized Polaroid photo books, Bauhaus-style nesting tables, bamboo skateboards, and stylish, stackable egg carts. Form and function are stressed with the selection of new products, assessed against a set of eight criteria to ensure a good fit in the 7,000-square-foot K11 store.

Location: MoMA Design Store, Shop 135, Level 1, K11 MUSEA, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon

The Other Shop at M+

Existing as an extension of its home in the defining M+ Museum, The Other Shop invites museumgoers to perform a physical and playful exploration of creative lifestyle, gift, home, and play products through the lens of the arts centre. A wide collection of crafted children’s products, art prints, toys, and gifts inspired by Hong Kong trends are displayed throughout the shop, with an emphasis on visual culture for gifts and home products designed to act as art pieces within your own home.

Location: The Other Shop, B1 Floor, M+ building, 38 Museum Drive, West Kowloon Cultural District, Hong Kong


The famed Japanese retail company, founded in 1989, is a cult loved in Hong Kong for their wide selection of household, clothing, stationary, apparel, and snack goods sold in their bright stores, with a design philosophy stressed on minimalism, recycling, and “no-brand” policy. With all lifestyle products created in-house, men's and women's wear, furniture, accessories, fabrics, and kitchenware all follow a clean colour scheme, blending into one’s home and personal look.

Location: Muji, locations across Hong Kong


Defining itself as a progressive lifestyle platform, Ethos on Hill Road offers seasonal selections of modern apparel, café cuisine, home goods, and events. The store emphasises simple life, with sophistication in creativity and craftsmanship with North European, local Hong Kong, and American lifestyle products from brands Mariko Tsuchiya, RAINS, Shannam, Atelier Hon'ne, LOVERAMICS, and more.

Location: Ethos, G/F, 93, 97, 99 Hill Road, Sai Wan, Hong Kong

Homeless Lifestyle Store

This 19-year-old lifestyle boutique brand, with six stores across the city, sells furniture, home décor wares, lighting, home accessories, and designer items under one roof with the principle to provide people with “accessories of which their home lack (less) of, another view is, all the items at the store are homeless waiting for people to take them home.” Originating in Yau Ma Tei in 2003, Homeless’s flagship store stands in Wong Chuk Hang with popular brands HAY Danish, MUUTO, &Tradition, Hasegawa, and AYTM.

Location: Homeless, locations across Hong Kong


If you’re in the mood for shopping locally but with a refreshing European style, HAPi near the hip Tai Ping Shan neighbourhood comprises a lifestyle store, stocking a wide range of Hong Kong, Asian, and North European clothing, accessories, homeware, beauty products, and lifestyle art concept pieces. Local designers 22 Degree, Odelicate, and Azona are featured in the 4,000-square-foot store. Cultural events and workshops with local design talents are routinely held in the store’s pop-up area.

Location: Hapi, G/F, Tower 125, Shop 2-4, No.11 Po Yan St, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong


LiveZero is Hong Kong’s first zero-waste bulk store chain providing a wide range of package-free, natural, and organic brands, founded in 2017 by local green hero, Hong Konger Tamsin Soolin. With locations in Sai Ying Pun, Sai Kung, and Quarry Bay, this store is driving a local storm and revolution to push Hong Kong to becoming waste-less!

Location: LiveZero, locations across Hong Kong


Sourcing healthy products from New Zealand, Canada, the Netherlands, Israel, Taiwan, and beyond, Slowood is a growing lifestyle brand enabling Hong Kongers to go green and shop for eco alternatives with recycled, biodegradable, zero-waste, and eco-friendly skin, food, alcohol and beverage, home products. With added refill stations across all stores, shoppers can expect to find products from The Unscented Company, Carina Organics, AiORGA, Thistle Be Good, and Young Zen.

Location: Slowood, locations across Hong Kong

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