Shopping ethically in Hong Kong

Practically all of Hong Kong is a shopper’s paradise. With tax free shopping for most goods, you’ll find Year-round sales in and around Central on Hong Kong Island for many high street brands. The city is also a haven for eco fabrics and new sustainable designers. See our favourites from Hong Kong.

A boy named Sue


A boy named Sue is a Hong Kong based boutique  with the idea of bringing together designers with a visionary approach, blending goodwill with aesthetics. United by the desire to find truly sustainable fashion that did good and looked good, they have embarked on a ‘let’s see what’s out there’ designer search mission. Amazed and inspired by what they had found, they decided to bring them all under one platform.

Shop A boy named sue online or at the locations below

99 Caine Rd Mid level Hong Kong

Emie and Eve


Emi & Eve jewellery, clutches and handbag features are forged individually by hand, from remnants of war into objects of hope and desire. Working with grass roots organisations and local self help social enterprises they create positive social change. Through building synergies between maximising the use of discarded resources and employing those who are rebuilding their lives, they create unique beauty with added value.

Shop Emie and Eve online

Lantern Sense


Lantern Sense is an Hong Kong independent designer label which established in 2014 by Trevor Ng and Lala Yang. Having their design studio and workshop in Shenzhen Nanshan.  The label offers a range of young-luxe garments with exceptional quality & craftsmanship with the finest materials.


Shop Lantern Sense online or visit them below


Good Goods


Good Goods is a concept store.

“Social Enterprise”, “Fair trading”, “Organic”, “Eco friendly” and “low carbon” should not be some labels for the products only, It should play an important role in our daily lives. We can taste the hard work when drinking fair trade coffee, listen the story of the producers while shopping, know more about our relationship, between every parties in the society, to make our society better. So, Shop for Something Good for the Society.

Shop Good Goods online or visit them at the location below

Ground Floor, The Duke of Windsor Social Service Building,

15 Hennessy Rd., Hong Kong



KaCaMa Design Lab is a Hong Kong-based product designers who specializes in reusing post-consumer waste materials. They hope their product not only can delight people’s lives and instill eco-awareness in its users, but also can establish contact with local enterprises, handcraft men and local cultures.


Visit Kacama online or at the location below

Wai Yip Street no.140 Kwun Tong , Hong Kong

Social Goods Co-op


Social Goods Co-Op is a lifestyle concept store that celebrates socially inspired designs and products.  The designs and products not only inspired by, but also inspires their neighborhood in Hong Kong as well as neighboring countries.  They take inspirations from what could be found off our neighborhood, by using these ordinary/daily seen but forgotten objects/materials, and transforming them into beautiful designs and products.  Social Goods Co-Op wants to share an ideology: “BE INSPIRED BY OUR NEIGHBORHOOD, find true beauty in our community and create surprises and joys for our everyday life!“ Through the design of their products and community-based production line, they want to redefine beauty and creativity for our sustainable neighborhood.

Visit them online and their Hong Kong Stockists

100 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong.

Mico Handcrafts


Mico Handcrafts is a Hong Kong based leather company that makes beautiful leather satchels and accessories.

Shop Mico Handcrafts online

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