Add To Cart: The Best Online Shopping Sites in Hong Kong

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By Lau  /  May 4, 2016

It’s no secret the fashionistas of Hong Kong have an insaitable appetite for designer goods. Yes, we all covet the big names, but they often come with heavy price tags. Read on to discover some new online shopping platforms that made their debut in recent months, offering discounts, private sales and second-hand designer goods.(Better apologise to your credit card in advance.) 

OnTheList_butterboomIf like us, you can’t miss out on a good ol’ pop-up sale, then you can’t miss out on OnTheList. Founded in 2015 in Hong Kong, OnTheList host invite-only pop-up sale all over the city. Don’t miss out on their sales from brands like Karen Millen, ba&sh, Sinequanone, Louella Odié & Hipanema, and nab some pieces at a fraction of the original price. You will need to register to get the invited to these fabulous sales, but it’s worth it. 
Collector Square
Collector Square_butterboomFrench e-commerce site Collector Square, popular for selling vintage and preloved designer goods, has launched in Hong Kong. We spent a few hours browsing on Collector Square and spotted some vintage Hermès, Chanel, Rolex, and Patek Philippe – win! Prices, as expected, are on the higher end of the scale but if you’re having doubts on spending HKD$50,000 on a vintage Birkin, Collector Square compares prices with big auction houses such as Christie’s and Sotheby’s to lead you into temptation.
We’ve raved about Guiltless before, and we’re sure it’s a site you’ll have bookmarked in no time. The online shop allows users to sell and buy new and pre-loved designer goods from labels like Gucci and Celine for a fraction of the price. Guiltless gives sellers 70% of the profits for items sold on their site, so you can make a tidy sale for items you no longer want.

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Chanel Up In The Air Bags

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And yes, that is the name; Chanel Up In The Air and it’s a flap and tote bag. I like the name; it’s catchy like it should be. Is this a new crave? No its not, but you can still find it in the Cruise 2014 Collection.

It was a new addition to the classic flap and tote line, first introduced in pre-spring and summer 2013 collection. A bag that got stuck between chic and casual. You could wear it at work and you take it to your friend’s wedding. So why love the Chanel Up In The Air? First of all, it’s different. It moves you away from the classic quilted flaps to try something that not everyone carries. You will still be adorned by the beautiful chain, CC logo and the classic shape, so no lack of iconic features.

For the Cruise 2014 collection, new colors have been introduced, the images you see are from the pre-spring 2013 collection. But I also have one bad news, the prices have gone up. WTF!

The Chanel Up in the Air bags are made from calfskin and only available in silver hardware. The new colors for the flap bags are Ivory, Red and Black. The style code is: A67652, the prices went from $2,700 USD to $3,000 USD and I am referring to the medium size, which is measured 6.6 x 11.6 x 2.4.

The tote bag is also in Ivory and black, but there is a new lusting color; Navy Blue. The style code is: A67654 and the size is 11x14x6.5. The price went from $3,000 USD to $3,400 USD.

This bag can be worn in all season and you might not have notice it on the pictures, but it has a strong sense of appearance. So what do you think? Practical or not?

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