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Arts K11 MUSEA Opens In Hong Kong: Here's What You Need To Know

K11 MUSEA Opens In Hong Kong: Here's What You Need To Know

K11 MUSEA Opens In Hong Kong: Here's What You Need To Know
By Pearl Yan
By Pearl Yan
August 27, 2019
After Rosewood Hong Kong and K11 ARTUS, more exciting additions are coming to Victoria Dockside—Kowloon’s new destination for culture, leisure and luxury

Following the recent launch of Rosewood Hong Kong and K11 ARTUS, K11 MUSEA marks an exciting succession of Tatler Lister Adrian Cheng’s Victoria Dockside development, spanning over 1.2 million square feet of retail space fused with a celebration of art, culture, entertainment and gastronomy.

Photo: Courtesy of K11 MUSEA
Photo: Courtesy of K11 MUSEA

Dubbed the "Silicon Valley of Culture" and K11 Group’s most ambitious project to date, K11 MUSEA is set to a prime cultural-retail destination where creativity meets experiential retail. As part of K11 Group’s ongoing commitment to the growth of Hong Kong art scene, visitors have access to over 40 unique art pieces, in the form of public art and site-specific art by local and international artists and designers. 

See also: UA Cinema Brings Hong Kong's First IMAX® Laser To K11 MUSEA

K11 MUSEA is beyond a cultural retail landmark, it is the centrepiece of Victoria Dockside that will inspire global millennials, and facilitate a broader discussion on the interconnectedness of creativity, culture and innovation.

Adrian Cheng

Photo: Courtesy of Fortnum & Mason
Photo: Courtesy of Fortnum & Mason

The 10-storey complex will also welcome internationally renowned restaurants, many of which are making their first appearance in Asia at K11 MUSEA.

Highlights include Fortnum & Mason and Avobar from London, Parisian artisan baker Gontran Cherrier, Afternoon Tea TEAROOM, A Happy Pancake (with its first branch opened at Lee Garden Three last year) and Takano Ramen from Japan, popular Korean bakery Tardemah as well as Singaporean eatery Chatterbox. 

K11 Musea, Victoria Dockside, 18 Salisbury Road, Tsim Sha Tsui; +852 3892 3890

Discover more at k11musea.com

Tatler Picks

Stay up to date with our picks of the newest openings at K11 and K11 MUSEA:

Photo: Courtesy of Givenchy Beauty
Photo: Courtesy of Givenchy Beauty

Givenchy Beauty

The first standalone Givenchy Beauty boutique has landed in K11 MUSEA, presenting three beauty zones for makeup, skincare and fragrance.

Exclusive to the Hong Kong store, the French luxury beauty brand has launched “AR makeup”—a virtual tour for customers to “try on” the Givenchy’s signature looks, as well as an exclusive name engraving service for lipstick and perfume for a personalised Givenchy Beauty experience.

Givenchy Beauty, B1, B126, K11 MUSEA; givenchybeauty.com

Photo: Courtesy of Xtreme Lashes
Photo: Courtesy of Xtreme Lashes

Xtreme Lashes

After the success of its flagship store in Central, Xtreme Lashes has opened a new branch at K11 Beauty, offering bespoke, quality eyelash extension service using advanced lash application technique by their lash experts.

To celebrate the new opening, Xtreme Lashes has launched the Hybrid Lash, a new "volumation" technique that enhances the natural lashes by stacking one eyelash extension at a time, using a variety of lengths, curvatures and thicknesses to create a customised look. 

The K11 store also stocks the brand’s own beauty and eyelash extension aftercare products, from the “Skin Renewing” concealer, liquid eyeliner, to an eyelash extension compatible makeup remover. To maintain long and full natural lashes, we’d recommend the “Amplifeye Advanced Lash and Brow Fortifier”, a powerful serum enhanced with vitamins, nutrient-rich botanical extracts and “Amplifeye Renewal Complex”.

Xtreme Lashes, 105 K11 beauty, +852 3708 8961; xtremelashes.com.hk

Photo: Courtesy of Sixpad Station
Photo: Courtesy of Sixpad Station

Sixpad Station

Pioneering the EMS (Electrical Muscle Stimulation) protocol, Japanese fitness brand SIXPAD has opened its first overseas branch at K11 MUSEA. 

The training takes place at the five training zones, where each participant is fitted with a full body suit that stimulate muscle contraction using low-frequency electrical impulses. Each session follows a one-on-one coaching method and takes only 15 minutes of exercise.

Sixpad Station, 3F, 327B, 329, K11 MUSEA, +852 2361 4328; sixpad-station.hk

 

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