Whether you prefer to shop online or in-store, here’s where to buy shoes in Hong Kong.
They say “give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world”. Although finding the right pair can sometimes seem as tough as conquering the world, the thrill and triumph of finding the perfect shoe is beyond compare. Luckily, we know just where to go for guaranteed shopping success. Put your best foot forward – here’s where to buy shoes in Hong Kong.
Bringing together comfort and style, Allie Shoes is the brand to know for chic footwear staples. Whether you opt for a casual Pointed Flat (our fave!), the polished Pointed Heel or an on-trend Block Flat, your shoe of choice will easily sit as a core piece of your wardrobe, taking you anywhere from work to weekend, through all seasons and occasions. Trust us, it’s the ultimate brand for the no-fuss fashion girl. Each pair has been thoughtfully designed for maximum wearability, including thick cushioned insoles for extra support and slip-resistant rubber soles. What’s more, given that they’ve been handcrafted from buttery luxury-grade sheepskin leather, the offering is surprisingly well priced. That’s because Allie Shoes has eliminated all extra costs, including traditional retail markups. As the cherry on top, there’s free shipping across Hong Kong! It’s just as well really: we’re planning on adding the whole collection to our wardrobes STAT.
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We know things are about to get real when your shoes are scientifically designed for maximum comfort. Brought to you by Simply Shoes, PICCADILLY strives to offer comfortable everyday shoes through research and technology. Our top picks include the ENERGY Sneakers ($990), which transform impact into vibrations to help relieve muscle pain. Simply put, the more you walk, the more comfortable you’ll feel (yes, you heard us right!). PICCADILLY shoes are sold in over 100 countries, and now that they’re available in Hong Kong, we had the chance to try them out for ourselves and can fully vouch for how soft and comfortable they are. The cushion actually molds to your foot so it’s no surprise the brand is popular with people who are on their feet all day. With a huge range, you’ll find everything from impact-absorbing heels to antimicrobial trainer insoles here.
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Simply Shoes (Causeway Bay), Level 6, SOGO, 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 9139 4658
Simply Shoes (Sha Tin), L1 YATA Department Store, New Town Plaza Phase 3, Sha Tin Center Street, Sha Tin, Hong Kong, 9139 4658
Best For: Stylish everyday shoes
Located in Central, ABoutique presents a carefully curated collection of shoes designed by established designers and hidden gems of the industry. Expect a wide selection of designs crafted by independent artists from around the world, covering everything from classic leather boots to elegant satin mules. Our top picks include the MONTANA Patent Leather Loafers ($1,100) for easy everyday wear, along with the DESMOS Leather Slides ($608) – a Hong Kong summer essential!
Best For: Minimalist fashion trainers
Founded in 2016, Andrew Kayla features contemporary footwear with a mission to “offer the ultimate in fit, durability and good looks”. The brand currently has two collections: the Able And Ready Collection, and Classic. If you’re into colourful sports shoes, the former offers a vibrant spin on the typical white trainer. For those looking for comfort and function, Andrew Kayla’s Classic collection offers premium designs which adopt traditional techniques in fine leathers and refined palettes.
Best For: Minimalist everyday shoes
Homegrown brand b/major delights with timeless handmade classics crafted from the finest quality leather. The shoes here are made in small batches out of independent workshops across the city, meaning each pair is unique. We can’t wait to get our hands on a pair of the minimalist Nava mules ($490), available in a range of cool fashion girl hues like apple red and pastel blue.
b/major (K11 Art Mall), Kiosk 9, K11 Art Mall, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 9240 7354
Best For: Athletic trainers
As a lifestyle fashion store, Caelum Greene features a range of athleisure pieces from a curated selection of high-quality brands. We especially love that the store is committed to making active and mindful decisions; from the paper bags and business cards printed on recycled paper, to the energy-efficient LED lighting in the store. Shoe-wise, Caelum Greene carries the likes of Veja, Zespa and Lacess, to name but a few. Head online to browse the full collection.
Caelum Greene (LANDMARK), Shop 304 – 305, The LANDMARK, 15 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong
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Best For: Eco-friendly trainers
Cariuma ticks all the boxes when it comes to modern casual chic: style, comfort and eco-consciousness. Apart from reducing carbon footprint through recyclable packaging, the brand also strives to empower sustainable choices by sourcing premium raw materials. Even better, Cariuma’s footwear offering is crafted using lightweight cushion technology, making it the perfect embodiment of functionality. Free express shipping is available on all orders.
Best For: Everyday classics
If you’re looking for wallet-friendly everyday footwear, Catalog Hong Kong is an excellent spot for classic and well-known brands. From a pair of sturdy Dr Martens to our favourite Vans slip-ons, you won’t be disappointed by the wide range of designs Catalog has to offer. Before you visit the store, make sure to check out Catalog online for the latest deals and exclusive collaborations! Free shipping is available for purchases over $300.
Best For: Affordable trend-led designs
This Singapore-based accessories brand has made a name for itself amongst the fashion crowd for its dizzying selection of trend-led styles, all at incredibly affordable prices. From chic slingback heels to chunky dad sandals, Charles & Keith really has it all. Don’t miss the highly-coveted range of handbags while you’re at it!
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Best For: Flip-flops and sandals
Nothing beats a pair of cute, no-fuss flip-flops, especially on a hot summer’s day in the 852. Havaianas’ selection is available in a wide range of colours and styles. We’re fans of going as bright as possible – because who doesn’t love a statement shoe? Fun fact: the first pair of Havainas flip-flops were inspired by Zori, a type of traditional Japanese sandal!
Best For: Special edition collectable trainers
Whether you’re a trainer enthusiast yourself or simply looking for a unique gift, Husky Sneaker is your best bet when it comes to limited edition collectables. Apart from its extensive collection of hard-to-find trainers, Husky Sneaker also offers shoe care kits, making it perfect for those looking to keep their newest pair of Airs in prime condition. To stay up to date with Husky Sneaker’s latest arrivals, don’t forget to visit the Facebook page!
Husky Sneaker, 2/F, 562 Nathan Road, Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong, WhatsApp: 6385 5260, www.huskysneaker.com
Best For: Cool independent brands
Kapok’s collection of everyday shoes strikes the perfect balance of simplicity and style. You’ll find a selection of cool independent brands here, including Common Projects, Tkees and Salt Water. Apart from footwear, the brand’s extensive selection of clothing and accessories are also worth checking out!
Best For: Designer shoes
From Balenciaga’s newest trainer collection to a classic pair of Choos, Lane Crawford is the place to go for all things designer. With a mission to inspire and liberate, Lane Crawford has one of Asia’s most extensive luxury brand portfolios, carefully selected by a team of seasoned experts. If you don’t know where to start, try enlisting the help of Lane Crawford’s personal styling team, who will have you sorted with your perfect pair in no time.
Best For: Handmade leather fashion shoes
Simplicity with a classic edge is what you’ll find at leatherlab. This Hong Kong-based brand favours timeless design over trends; yet unexpected details, like mixed prints and textural accents, keep every collection feeling fresh. What’s more, every pair is handmade and remodelled numerously after fitting on feet to achieve the greatest comfort.
Best For: Something custom
Struggling to find the shoe of your dreams? Take matters into your own hands at La French Cut. Here, every style can be customised to your preferred colour, heel height, width and shape! While the service is available online, we recommend making an appointment in person for a truly bespoke experience.
Best For: Office shoes and wide fit
When it comes to comfortable and affordable office shoes that can stand the test of time, Marks & Spencer is definitely at the top of the list. Apart from a large range of footwear for every occasion, the brand also offers a wide fit collection for those who suffer from sore feet woes.
Best For: Environmentally conscious footwear
MATT & NAT is an eco-conscious brand with a simple motto: “Live beautifully”. This sentiment is reflected in the brand’s curated footwear, which have been designed to do good as well as look good. Not only does this mean saying no to animal-based materials, but also exploring more eco-friendly ways to produce fashion items. Style-wise, each design is sleek, simplistic and perfect for everyday wear.
MATT & NAT, mattandnat.com
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Best For: Shoes with inclusive sizing
Oriental Traffic is a Japanese brand that helps women of (almost!) all shoe sizes to walk with confidence and style. Specifically, the brand offers everyday footwear designs from size 33 to 43. If you’re looking for a more comfortable fit, don’t forget to check out Oriental Traffic’s free shoe-stretching service!
Best For: Luxury fashion shoes
Think of Italian brand Sergio Rossi as the fairy godmother of footwear – from court heels to ballet flats and runway-worthy heels, it has it all. If you have something specific in mind, this pick even allows you to customise your dream pair! For our brides-to-be, you’ll find a whole bridal collection dedicated to you (and your wedding Pinterest board!).
Sergio Rossi (Elements), Shop 1015-1016, Earth Zone, 1 Austin Road West, Hong Kong, 2670 6028
Sergio Rossi (Harbour City), Shop 213A-213B, Level 2, Ocean Centre, Harbour City, 5 Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, 2730 1075
Sergio Rossi (K11 MUSEA), Shop No.2A, Level 0, K11 MUSEA, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, www.sergiorossi.com
For effortless footwear style, look no further than Pedder Red. The designs here are bold, vibrant and fashion forward, with each collection epitomising contemporary cool. Expect a comprehensive selection of lifestyle, work and evening styles, all inspired by the modern fashion girl.
Best For: Affordable fashion shoes
The Korner’s footwear collection is unashamedly feminine, with a mix of heeled pumps, loafers, Mary Janes and other casual flats. As a bonus, this pick is wallet-friendly, with designs starting from just $490.
Best For: High street fashion shoes
Known for its fashion-forward designs and chic aesthetics, ZARA is our go to for shoes of all occasions. Our only complaint? Sizes sell out quickly, so be sure to snap up your perfect pair as soon as you see them in stock!
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Featured image courtesy of Charles & Keith via Instagram, image 1 courtesy of Allie Shoes, image 2 courtesy of Simply Shoes, image 3 courtesy of b/major via Instagram, image 4 courtesy of Cariuma via Facebook, image 5 courtesy of Havaianas via Facebook, image 6 courtesy of Kapok, image 7 courtesy of leatherlab via Instagram, image 8 courtesy of Matt & Nat via Facebook, image 9 courtesy of Sergio Rossi via Facebook, image 10 courtesy of The Korner via Facebook.