The buzz: As if Tsim Sha Tsui wasn’t home to enough Japanese mega-stores already, multi-label lifestyle store Collect Point has opened its Hong Kong flagship in the basement of Mira Mall—swiftly following the launch of its first two-story branch in Mong Kok in June.
The goods: Everything from home furnishings to stationery to fashion (for both men and women) is available here, including such brands as Lowrys Farm, Jeanasis, Heather, Hare, and Global Work. The brand “niko and…” is also making its debut in the city. The current selection of clothing is mostly casual and cold weather-ready, with lots of flowing layers in soft earth and rich blue colors. Expect affordable prices and styles that stay on trend.
The décor: With a charming beige brick floor, wooden accents and hanging white lamps, Collect Point’s décor is pleasantly understated. And at a whopping 22,000 square feet, there’s plenty of space for shoppers to leisurely browse through the store’s wares. There’s also a little coffee shop run by Wired Café of Tokyo, offering up drinks and nibbles for shoppers needing a break.