1. Green Ladies
Established in 2008, Green Ladies is a social eco-enterprise selling a selection of like-new clothing on consignment. From basic everyday items to special occasion wear, you can easily find what you want from head to toe for a bargain price.
Green Ladies Wan Chai: Shop 8-9, UG, C C Wu Shopping Arcade, Wanchai;
Green Ladies Sai Ying Pun: G/F, No. 168 Queen’s Road West Sai Ying Pun;
Green Ladies Tsuen Wan: Shop 116, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan
– get more details on the Green Ladies website.
2. Hipster 9
Hipster9 is a second-hand shop, specialising in luxury high-end brand names. The shop sells a range of items such as clothing, handbags and accessories. Accessories are handpicked from Japan and Hong Kong jewellery factories.
Hipster 9: Room 1107, Hong Man Industrial Centre, 2 Hong Man Street, Chai Wan – get more details on their Website.
3. Luxford (Previously 2hand)
Founded by 4 young professionals to make luxury affordable and sustainable, Luxford provides luxury consignment service to members to consign items they no longer need.
Luxford: Room 605, 6/F International Plaza, 20 Sheung Yuet Road, Kowloon Bay – get more details on their Website.
4. Grannie Kiddie
For those who are obsessed with the 1950s-1980s, Grannie Kiddie is your best choice for vintage and anti the fast fashion by wearing vintage. They sell a selection of granny-chic pieces that are perfect for those who love to mix & match.
5. Mee & Gee (Me & George)
Mee & Gee offering the most affordable secondhand and vintage clothes from the prices range from HK$5 to HK$200.
Mee & Gee Central: 9 Li Yuen Street West, Central; +852 2501 0186;
Mee & Gee Wan Chai: 3 Tai Yuen Street, Wan Chai; +852 2153 0393;
Mee & Gee Mong Kok: 55 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, +852 2388 0004;
64 Tung Choi Street, Mong Kok, +852 2391 3091;
181 Fa Yuen Street, Mong Kok, +852 2394 8057;
Granville Road, No.67, Tsim Sha Tsui Tel:3422-8029 – get more information on their Facebook page.
6. 1ofaKIND by ImpaktHK
1ofaKind is homeless charity ImpactHK’s first retail thrift store selling affordable clothing, shoes, accessories and homeware to help the homeless. Inside there is a community café with a very interesting concept: ‘pay as you feel’ and ‘pay it forward’, by paying it forward, customers can ensure that someone in need can walk into 1ofaKind and receive a hot drink or snack free of charge.
1ofaKind: 18 Man Wai Street, Man Wai Building, 2-24 Man Wai Street, Yau Ma Tei – get more information on their Facebook page.
7. Artisan Cafe
They sell vintage clothing including rock band t-shirts and cargo jackets in their store.
Artisan Cafe Central: G/F, Shop 3,30-32 Wyndham Street, Central- get more information on their Facebook page.
A group of fashion lovers with a special affinity for the environment are bringing you not just preloved clothing but also upcycling workshops (clean and in good condition).
HULA is an online marketplace showcasing the best designer womenswear for less, whilst helping to save the planet one sale at a time. Not only are many of these items still in wonderful condition, the platform offering up to 95% slashes off retail prices.
HULA Central: Ground Floor, 56-58 Hollywood Road, Central;
HULA Warehouse: 5A, Evergreen Industrial Mansion, 12 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang - get more information on their Website.
The first online resale platform for childrenswear in Asia. Retykle showcases an entire collection of babywear and children’s from global luxury brands. The platform also resells pre-owned maternity clothes, baby accessories and brand overstock.
Retykle Storefront: Unit 8B, 8/F Sing Tek Building, 44 Wong Chuk Hang Road - get more information on their Website.
Organizing secondhand pop-ups, charity Redress has converted their headquarters into a permanent curated secondhand clothing and accessories shop called The Redress Closet in an effort to continue its mission of reducing textile waste by offering consumers an opportunity to buy pre-loved clothes thus lessening the impact of their wardrobes on the environment.
The Redress Closet: 78 Ap Liu Street, Sham Shui Po, Kowloon - get more information on their Website.
12. Family Store Salvation Army
A shop offering secondhand products included clothes, electricity, toys, books, furniture and etc. to promotes the environmental protection culture of making the best use of materials and recycling. We have selected high-quality and affordable second-hand products for you.
There are 18 Family Store Salvation Army outlets across Hong Kong:
Aberdeen, Chai Wan, North Point, Sai Wan Ho, Tin Hau, Western District, Wan Chai, Kung Tong, Nam Cheong, Prince Edward, To Kwa Wan, Whampoa, Yau Mai Tei, Tsuen Wan, Tuen Mun (Consigment Store), Shatin (Consigment Store) - get more information on their Website.
This adorbs store was created to let people dress more sustainably. They sell second-hand and support reuse.
abreak93: 8 Pak Sha Road, Causeway Bay - get more information on their Website.