hi, seeing that there seem to be quite a number of Singapore gals headed over to HK and in honour of how us fellow tpfers are duty-bound to share tips, i'm starting a thread about shopping tips in HK for SG gals. (i live in hk, but am from singapore, and so can compare some of the shops) BV Boutiques The mega shops are Landmark, Harbour City and Elements mall. (respectively, Central, TST next to the Star Ferry Pier and Kowloon station on the airport express line). these 3 shops are very large flagship stores, so you can get lots of stuff. (i think other tpfers have uploaded pics, especially of the landmark store which sits beautifully in the atrium) but it also means high traffic and the items literally fly out of the stores. If you are in the causeway bay area, get to Lee Gardens/Caroline Centre, where there's a BV boutique. It's along a row with Tod's, Miu Miu and opposite a large Chanel boutique. BV Discounters There are some discounters that sell BV stuff. These are genuine shops and not second hand things. the one that i find easiest to describe to visitors is TWIST. There's a large store in Central near Lan Kwai Fong, junction of Wellington Street and Wyndham Street. Although you won't have the whole boutique experience, Twist is quite nice and much better than an outlet mall. They carry multi brands, so you can find other stuff. (Prada, miu miu among others) I saw a pair of CL heels last week. There's another Twist in Causeway bay in World Trade Centre building, behind the large dept store Sogo. (but the Wellington street one is convenient if you're here on holiday. Can shop in twist, followed by a meal in Yung Kee, the famous roast goose restaurant along the same street. OR you can leave hubby to queue at Yung Kee, then pop over to twist!) Other brands Knowing that we aren't fashion slaves and mix high-low fashion, i'll even include mentions here about H&M and Zara H&M is along queen's road central. short walking distance from Landmark, or Twist at Lan Kwai Fong. Zara in HK is about 10-15% cheaper than in Singapore. selection is similar in summer, but quite different in F/W. so if you're here during the cooler months, worth a visit even though the brand is carried in both countries. Shanghai Tang is also cheaper here in HK. Roger Vivier has a boutique here in HK. i think one of the very few in asia (only?) it's in landmark. Prada and Miu Miu's boutiques in HK seem to carry a wider range of items, perhaps because of their stellar popularity in hk. Any other brands to mention? Don't forget to stop at Sasa to stock up on skincare. we BV gals are smart about our money since many of us earn our own keep, so it's smart to get a discount when we can. enjoy!