Swedish design brand Kikki.K Hong Kong is doubling its presence with two new stores – the first opened at Cityplaza in Taikoo Shing on Saturday with the second opening this week at Prince’s Building in Central.
This gives the brand a presence on both sides of the harbour.
Since launching in 2001, the retailer now has more than 80 stores across the world, including a new partnership with Selfridges in London and an online store that ships to more than 140 countries.
Hong Kong’s new stores both borrow features from the design of The Kikki.K Studio at Chadstone Shopping Centre in Australia, which was named one of the Top 10 Global Lifestyle Stores last year. The stores offer Swedish-designed gifts, stationery and organising tools.
“We’ve had such a wonderful response to our first two stores here, so it’s great to be able to offer our customers two more brand-new locations,” says founder/creative director Kristina Karlsson.
Karlsson this month launches her first book, Want to Start a Business?, which will be part of a collection, Life is for Questions. She already has a blog on the company’s website, including a travel guide to Hong Kong.