Building on the success of Hypebeast Flea in London, HBX is proud to announce the first-ever HBX Market, a two-day pop-up (November 25 to 26) offering covetable vintage and archival pieces on sale in a community marketplace experience. Hosted at Hong Kong's cultural epicenter, K11 MUSEA, HBX Market will be hosted in the space's modular creative and community-driven environment known as CEMENT. Available for purchase will be rare finds from HBX Archives, as well as curated pre-owned and vintage collections handpicked by local creatives including kayan9896 and Jim Yan, as well as vendors such as FIBER, hideandseek, Sing Jai Kee and WHERE.
HBX Market is excited to share this space with its community to foster a dialogue and shared passion for pre-loved fashion. Joining HBX in this celebration of cultural and sartorial legacy are collaborating partners that will be bringing their vintage collections:
- FIBER, a vintage boutique that explores the beauty of the past and today's sustainable fashion trends, will showcase its carefully curated selection of products, inviting visitors to explore elegance and uncover unique charm within each piece.
- hideandseek brings together a mix of established and emerging fashion brands from Japan and around the world, with a belief in creating a unique and fun shopping experience for all customers. Embracing simplicity, functionality and unusual details, hideandseek will showcase a diverse range of styles including military, minimalist, casual denim and more.
- Founded in 2018, Sing Jai Kee is a vintage shop in Sham Shui Po that offers carefully curated products selected by the founders. While reflecting the brand’s philosophy through their selected pre-loved items, the founders aim to inspire a love of vintage clothing and promote vintage culture among more people.
- WHERE. is a lifestyle fashion select shop in Hong Kong that focuses on simple style with selected historical brands. Its purpose is to let customers feel the charm of high-quality clothing.
In addition to showcasing their pre-owned fashion pieces, selections from the Hong Kong creatives will give part of the profits generated from their sales to support Share for Good, Hong Kong's first large-scale crowd-donation platform.
Address: CEMENT, G31, G/F, MUSE EDITION, K11 MUSEA
Opening dates and hours: November 25 to 26, 11 a.m. - 9 p.m.