As a powerful, luxury retail brand LANDMARK provides a rich diversity of offerings and experiences across the 4 iconic buildings. Built in 1965 with a total retail area of 13,000 square metres, LANDMARK PRINCE’S is a comprehensive one-stop-shop for luxury lifestyle needs, from antique Chinese furniture to fashionable children’s wear, the latest books, gourmet foods, home furnishing and quality cookware and exquisite watch and jewellery.
Conveniently linked to LANDMARK ATRIUM, LANDMARK ALEXANDRA and LANDMARK CHATER, the eclectic mix of around 80 stores in LANDMARK PRINCE’S makes the shopping experience akin to a treasure hunt where shoppers can discover a curation of unexpected gems to showcase at their leisure.
Reminiscent of a European shopping experience with luxury flagship stores lined throughout the street, the building is home to luxury brands such as Berluti, Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels that have made their flagships in Asia here at LANDMARK PRINCE’S. The recently renovated 3-storey CHANEL flagship showcases a full range of products from the latest fashion collections to high jewellery.
RALPH LAUREN also notably introduced its first men’s flagship in Asia at this iconic building. Spanning nearly 1,000 square metres, this expansive men’s-only store features a premiere assortment of RALPH LAUREN’s finest menswear collections and accessories, including a luxurious offering of accessories and leather goods, footwear and RALPH LAUREN timepieces. Shoppers may also enjoy a glass or two at the chic Ralph Lauren Bar.
The exterior façade of the store boasts an intricate, custom design towering 5 floors. A unique fabrication of glass with a large mural back lit features renowned French painter Octave Denis Victor Guillonnet’s Bridle Path at Hyde Park, a painting from Mr. Ralph Lauren’s private art collection.
Tastemakers are in for a treat at LANDMARK PRINCE’S as the prestigious retail destination offers everything from furnishing the home with high quality art pieces to antique furniture, quality cookware and thoughtful gifts. Brands such as Alessi and Altfield Gallery will spruce up homes while Bed & Bath and Inside will ensure a good night’s sleep and The Panhandler will guarantee even the most experienced chef will shop to their heart’s delight.
For those looking for one-of-a-kind products not found anywhere else in the world, LANDMARK PRINCE’S is famous for its specialist stores and carries close to 40 unique brands. A number of unique jewellery brands are housed within the building, such as CARNET, ROCAS, Supreme Jewellery Co. and Wai Kee Jewellers Ltd.
Horological masterpieces are in full display at LANDMARK PRINCE’S, home to a congregation of the world’s best watchmakers, including F.P. Journe, Jaeger-LeCoultre, OFFICINE PANERAI and VACHERON CONSTANTIN. Watch aficionados are spoilt for choice when searching for timepieces that boast of exquisite technology combined with aesthetic appeal.
LANDMARK PRINCE’S is further known for its wide array of suit and shirt-makers that provides gentlemen with the best made-to-measure men’s tailoring. Besides international names like RALPH LAUREN, the building is also host to equally distinguished local craftsmen like Ideal Tailor, Hong Kong’s own which has been creating suits and shirts with materials imported from the UK and Italy for over 40 years. Additionally, brands such as Ascot Chang offers an extensive range of the world’s finest fabrics, including Thomas Mason and Loro Piana from Italy, Holland & Sherry from England and leading Swiss textile creator Alumo.
Besides bespoke tailoring, LANDMARK PRINCE’S is also home to made-to-measure shoes. Kow Hoo Shoe Co. is unique in being the oldest custom-made shoe shop in Hong Kong and the only one still making wooden shoe “lasts” for each individual customer while Berluti, with more than 110 years of state-of-the-art bootmaking know-how and creativity, is the most exclusive and wanted brand among an elite of connoisseurs. Church’s also offers traditional men’s and women’s footwear collection created from the most supple of leather.
In 2002, LANDMARK PRINCE’S underwent an upgrading project to create a unique children-themed retail floor on the third storey. Carrying children’s product lines of both boutiques and big names alike, stores like Burberry Children and Jacadi provide parents the perfect chance to pamper their kids and enjoy quality family time together.
On the 25th floor is the popular SEVVA restaurant helmed by internationally acclaimed hostess Bonnae Gokson. The interior has an upscale modern look, decorated with stylish furniture and contemporary artwork. With a menu offering comfort foods from both Asian and Western cuisines, the rooftop dining establishment also has unrivalled views of Central and Victoria Harbour.
LANDMARK PRINCE’S also carries Oliver’s The Delicatessen, Hong Kong’s first gourmet food hall that will satisfy all foodies’ desire for luxurious food options. Be it a bottle of premier black truffle paste or quality cheese sourced and imported directly worldwide, Oliver’s The Delicatessen is home to the best and rarest food items to delight the taste buds of all.
From high jewellery and sophisticated watch shops on the first and second floor, followed by a host of home, lifestyle and children boutiques on the third, LANDMARK PRINCE’S has a wealth of offering for all in an elegant and comfortable atmosphere.
LANDMARK PRINCE’S Brand List
|Cartier||Van Cleef & Arpels|
Unique to Hong Kong
|Altfield Gallery||IDEAL Tailor||Oliver’s The Delicatessen|
|Argento||Italian Tailor||RALPH LAUREN|
|Bed & Bath||Kow Hoo Shoe Co.||ROCAS|
|CARNET||Leonard Paris||Supreme Jewellery Co.|
|C. L. Ma Gallery||Mustela||Tai Ping|
|C.Y. Tse Antiques & Collectibles||Never Second Company (Sports Specialists)||Wai Kee Jewellers Ltd.|
|F.P. Journe||Nugget||Yves Delorme|
LANDMARK PRINCE’S Food & Beverages List
|can.teen||Kakure Japanese Cuisine||SEVVA|
|Dot Cod Seafood Restaurant & Oyster Bar||Maison Eric Kayser||Sift|
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