Over the weekend of November 25 -26, the inaugural HBX Market took place at the CEMENT, the community-driven and modular creative space, located at K11 MUSEA, Hong Kong. The 2,250 square feet space housed over 800 visitors, who came to check out the market’s myriad of rare, vintage, and archival pieces. These pieces were all derived from 13 different vendors, which included personal collections from local celebrities, independent retailers, as well as a charity organization.
Get a glimpse into HBX’s two-day-long vintage market in the gallery above.
Taking place next week at K11 MUSEA, HBX will be hosting the inaugural HBX Market — a two-day pop-up market in Hong Kong’s innovative cultural and retail location. Spawned from an initiative to promote a more sustainable lifestyle without compromising one’s love for fashion and personal expression, HBX is hoping to empower the local community through its special pop-up market. Gathering rare pieces from its very own HBX Archives, alongside curated collections from local boutiques and vendors such as FIBER, hideandseek, Sing Jai Kee, and WHERE. The pop-up will also feature vintage finds and pre-loved clothing from a selection of Hong-based creatives. Confirmed celebrity-curators include singer and influencer kayan9896, as well as radio host and actor, Jim Yan, to name a few.
From November 25 – 26, HBX Market will be open to the public at K11 MUSEA’s CEMENT space, between 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
K11 MUSEA, CEMENT, G31,
G/F, MUSE EDITION,
18 Salisbury Rd, Tsim Sha Tsui,
Kowloon, Hong Kong
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