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Unsurprisingly, Hong Kong has just snatched the record for having the most standalone Off-White stores on the planet. Hot on the heels of a store opening at K11 Musea, the hugely popular streetwear brand launches yet another outpost, it’s fourth in the city, only a few blocks away at Harbour City, a prominent mall situated smack on Victoria Harbour. Once again, it’s a retail space managed by I.T, one of the Hong Kong‘s leading retail companies, and the boutique occupies a 143 sqm. (1,539 sq.ft.) unit on the ground floor of the mall’s Gateway Arcade section. The store interior is constructed with lava stone walls and counters which aims to ooze the vibe of a cave, and offering a stark contrast is a glossy white marble floor and grey marble shelving. The sales counter comes in a bar-shape replete with metal stools, and simultaneously serves as a display for small leather goods, bags and accessories. Stainless steel furniture pieces and sleek steel clothing racks adorn the room as a classic, yet staple piece native to the brand. The new Off-White store carries the brand’s full range of men’s and women’s apparel, accessories, bags and shoes.

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