The historical significance of the location is highlighted by two photographic prints showcased in the Women’s Ready-to-Wear area. The first print features the Lee Gardens Hotel which was completed in 1971 and demolished in 1994. The second depicts Causeway Bay’s Lee Gardens Hill in the 1920s; where at the foot of the Hill was the glamourous Lee Theatre, which became the spiritual home of Cantonese Opera, as well as Hong Kong’s premier performing arts venue through most of the 20th century.
The store – situated in the main shopping district of Causeway Bay and recognizable through its striking and emblematic lit Damier pattern glass facade – invites clients to browse and discover the full Women’s and Men’s universe of ready-to-wear, leather goods, accessories, fragrance, jewellery, watches and shoes.
Shop G01, Lee Gardens One
Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong
Hours of Operation:
11am - 9pm
Monday – Sunday
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