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Our fav websites to shop eco-friendly lifestyle essentials, fashion items, food and drinks in Hong Kong

August 27th 2020

by Aude Camus 
For the fashionistas out there 

@Vestiaire Collective
@Vestiaire Collective
Vestiaire Collective 
The world’s number one online platform for pre-owned luxury designer clothes and accessories made its debuts in Hong Kong in 2016 and has since then be offering great opportunities for all the fashionistas out there to buy highly desirable designer pieces at a fraction of their initial price but with authenticity guarantees. I love the thrill of finding a beautiful piece on Vestiaire Collective, something that I may have missed out in stores a few years ago and has been in my mind since then (am I the only one to get such obsessions?). Not to mention the platform connects you with buyers and sellers from all around the world offering you with even more opportunities to find that special piece. And because it’s second-hand fashion, it’s definitely eco-friendlier than visiting one of the city’s malls for a shopping spree. Just saying. 


Just like Vestiaire Collective, HULA is an online market place for pre-owned designer womenswear but this one is a local kid, born and raised in Hong Kong aka founded by Sarah Fung, a local entrepreneur with extensive experience in the fashion industry. All the fashion pieces you will find on HULA are hardly worn and from the best designer brands (think Céline, Chanel, Chloé, Isabel Marant, Saint Laurent and Valentino to name a few), sourced from fashion insiders and with up to 95% discount.  Another great option to add amazing clothes and accessories to your closet while reducing textiles waste.  

For the mamas out there

@Petit Tippi
@Petit Tippi
Petit Tippi
Hong Kong’s one stop shop for natural, organic and eco-friendly baby products, Petit Tippi is a local baby superstore bringing you a specially curated selection of premium eco-friendly baby products from all around the world. All the brands they stock are selected to minimize the amount of chemicals and pollutants we are exposing our babies to while also trying to minimize the impact on the environment. With a selection of products ranging from clothes diapers and eco-friendly disposable diapers to diaper bags, teethers, bibs, bottles, lunch boxes, baby carriers, strollers, sun protection, wooden toys, plushes, bath and baby products and much more they got your covered. Cherry on the cake, everything they stock is highly desirable making eco-friendly shopping on their website both fun and seriously dangerous (I always end up buying stuffs I didn’t even know I needed). 

Mamas have their luxury resale e-commerce platforms but kiddos in Hong Kong also have theirs! Think about it, raising kids can be hard on both your wallet and the environment. The little ones grow so fast! Did you know that kids speed through seven sizes of clothing in the first two years of their lives? The questions are:
How to keep on buying stylish and qualitative clothes for your kids without breaking the bank?
What to do with their good as new clothes once they’ve outgrown them after only wearing them a few times? 
Retykle gives you the opportunity to both buy and sell designer children’s clothing at a fraction of their retail price. Easy on your wallet and on the environment!

Boom Boom Bumz
A Lantau based online store, Boom Boom Bumz is a one-stop shop to look after the little ones’ bums with a nice range of quality modern cloth diapers and accessories such as muslin swaddles, all free of chemicals and with a minimum environmental impact.   

For all your daily needs 


The most beautiful zero-waste concept-store in town (we absolutely love their Kennedy Town branch) also have a website promoting slow-living with a variety of healthy and eco-friendly products hand-picked from New-Zealand, Canada, the Netherlands and more … Think organic grocery, bulk food, bulk beauty, household refill and clean sustainable lifestyle products such as candles, reusable cutlery, kitchen items … I love that everything they store isn’t only eco-friendly but also comes with sleek design. And I must confess a little addiction to their vegan bulk candies. 

Plastic-Free HK
Launched in 2016, Plastic-Free HK aims at promoting a more sustainable lifestyle free of plastic with products that are thoughtfully designed and ecologically crafted and covering 8 categories of lifestyle essentials: baby & child, bags, bath & beauty, kitchen, cleaning, drinking (cups, tumblers and bottles), eating (reusable food boxes) and living. And if you are new to plastic free or always looking for tips om how to go towards an eco-friendlier lifestyle, you might wanna check their blog with very helpful articles providing easy tips on how to live a plastic-free life. 
Liv Zero 

Hong Kong first zero-waste bulk store located on High Street now also has a webstore on which you’ll find bulk dry food (delivered to you in paper bags) along with other products such as reusable coffee cups and filters, reusable straws, reusable water bottles, lunch boxes, snack bags, bodycare, household cleaning … 
Offering food in bulk isn’t a new concept and Edgar was founded in 2016 with the aim of doing it with a modern touch and top-quality product. From Europe, Edgar brings back natural, organic and fair-trade products made by long-established brands and passionate independent artisans, transported in bulk for minimal carbon footprint. Edgar makes shopping lip-smacking products in bulk while creating a sustainable future for all easy. 


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