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Pre-owned fashion retailer HULA launches boutique in Hong Kong

The boutique features a selection of over 500 designer womenswear pieces.

Pre-owned designer clothing marketplace HULA has launched its second retail space and first boutique in Hong Kong’s Hollywood Road, Central, according to a press release.

The boutique features a curated selection of over 500 designer womenswear pieces—ranging from ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes and accessories, some of which are exclusive to its Central Store. Shoppers may also book an appointment with its in-house stylists for a personalised styling session before or after work.

Brands available in the store include Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta, Celine, Chanel, Christian Dior, Fendi, Gucci, Isabel Marant, Prada, Louis Vuitton and Saint Laurent and many more, up to 95% off retail price.

The Central retail space will also offer a ‘Click & Collect” option for customers who have time to try items in store. Shoppers may also reserve pieces they see online to try in the store. Both services are available after 24 hours notice.

For new and existing consigners, the store has made it possible to ‘drop off’ their items for sale up to 20 items each time.

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