Log-On Festival Walk introduces store zones

Hong Kong’s Log-On Festival Walk store has re-opened with a new look, having been redesigned into six product and experience zones.
The flagship store is also the first outlet to feature Log-On ToGather, Manual Factory and sweets house Cha Cha, featuring exclusive Hokkaido limited-edition soft ice cream.
To mark its re-opening, Log-On has partnered with the Traveler’s Company to present an exhibition at Log-On ToGather for the 10th anniversary of Traveler’s notebook. This features limited-edition and anniversary series of the notebooks.
Running until August 7, the exhibition features four professional users – Juan Estey from the US, automobile manufacturer Apio owner Mr Kono, and Atsuhiko Iijima and Miho Hashimoto from the Traveler’s Company in Japan.
A new feature at the store is a digital nail-printing service, a first for a lifestyle retailer. This uses technology to print customised pictures and patterns on nails within 30 minutes. More than 50 patterns are available, with 20 more being added every month.
Manual Factory is a personalised gift centre, introduced at the opening of Log-On at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui. Customers can inscribe names or messages on leather, glass and metal, plus there are gift-wrapping items such as decals, gift boxes, ink pens and cards.
For the first time, the Manual Factor offers an instant printing service. Customers can print images from their phones, customised with camera stickers and filters.

Also making its debut at the store is Wooderful Life from Taiwan, which lets customers customise wooden music boxes, with 700 options including the base and mechanism.
Another first is the Puzzle Bar exhibition, which introduces realistic models of Hong Kong cuisine items made from Nanoblocks.


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