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22 Oct - 14 Nov

Retykle pop-up store on Hollywood Road

By Localiiz 26 October 2021

Event Information

START DATE 22 Oct 2021
END DATE 14 Nov 2021
49 Hollywood Road, Central
(+852) 3594 6533

After the great success of its summer pop-up in Causeway Bay, innovative luxury childrenswear re-sale platform Retykle is hosting a three-week pop-up on Hollywood Road from 22 October to 14 November. Customers are invited to shop for preloved and new designer babies and children’s clothes, shoes, accessories, and toys. Located at a prime corner in the heart of Soho, the 1,300 square-foot pop-up shop offers a premium in-store experience as well as an opportunity for any customers to drop off their outgrown children’s clothes. 

With hundreds of new items added daily, the pop-up features a curated selection of childrenswear from the most coveted designer brands, including Jacadi, Bonpoint, Ralph Lauren, Seed, Moncler, and many more, ranging from new with tags to gently used conditions for kids aged 0 to 14. All pre-loved items are ready for purchase at up to 90 percent off the original price. Those who prefer to buy brand-new or are looking for gifts can browse through the exclusive past-season discounted pieces from Bonpoint, Petit Bateau, Moncler, Vilebrequin, Jacadi, and more. These new items are all available at up to 60 percent off the original retail price.

Retykle is also collecting outgrown second-hand children’s clothes and toys at the pop-up location for consignment at To encourage parents to “Join the Cycle,” those who bring clothes for resale will receive an additional 10 percent off their same-day purchases at the Hollywood Road pop-up shop!


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