Hong Kong: Flea Markets

For some reason the concept of a marketplace to buy and sell second hand goods hasn?t quite spread to Hong Kong. Locals are still a bit apprehensive about buying used goods and prefer the comfort of purchasing brand new designer duds. However, for those in need their vintage fix, there are a handful of vintage stores around the city that you can sift through. Select 18 sells local vintage items, as its contributors are usually Hong Kong residents. In there you will find everything from eyeglass frames and old school fans, to shoes, mood rings and floral blouses. Vintage HK is another great little store packed with goodies from all over the world. Run by a group of friends working in the media, Vintage HK stocks handpicked items from their travels. Inside you will find unique antiques, furniture, clothing, jewelry and accessories, all for moderate prices. In other parts of town, there are more specialized vintage stores. Retrostone is a great stop to make. The boutique stocks a huge collection of vintage T-shirts from the 1970s, DIY cut- off denim shorts and handmade necklaces. Picture This offers posters dating back to the 1950s. If you?re a movie connoisseur then this spots for you.
For some reason the concept of a marketplace to buy and sell second hand goods hasn?t quite spread to Hong Kong. Locals are still a bit apprehensive about buying used goods and prefer the comfort of purchasing brand new designer duds. However, for those in need their vintage fix, there are a handful of vintage stores around the city that you can sift through. Select 18 sells local vintage items, as its contributors are usually Hong Kong residents.  In there you will find everything from eyeglass frames and old school fans, to shoes, mood rings and floral blouses. Vintage HK is another great little store packed with goodies from all over the world. Run by a group of friends working in the media, Vintage HK stocks handpicked items from their travels. Inside you will find unique antiques, furniture, clothing, jewelry and accessories, all for moderate prices. In other parts of town, there are more specialized vintage stores. Retrostone is a great stop to make.   The boutique stocks a huge collection of vintage T-shirts from the 1970s, DIY cut- off denim shorts and handmade necklaces.   Picture This offers posters dating back to the 1950s. If you?re a movie connoisseur then this spots for you.
 
 
Select 18
Shop A, Ground Floor, Grandview Garden, 18 Bridges Street, Central 
 
 
Vintage HK
57-59 Hollywood Road, Central 
 
 
Retrostone
2/F, 1 Cannon Street, Causeway Bay    
1/F, 504 Lockhart Road, Causeway Bay    
B23, Basement, Trendy Zone, Mong Kok 
 
 
Picture This
212, 2nd Floor, Prince's Building, Central