Philipp Plein opens store for childrenswear

German fashion designer Philipp Plein has opened a Hong Kong store dedicated to children.

On the ground floor of Harbour City shopping mall, it covers 37 sqm.

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Plein was studying law when he began designing furniture, and in 1998 formed his own design company in Munich.

He then started making bags and accessories from exotic leather cut-offs from his furniture, which were sold alongside his design pieces at trade fairs.

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In 2003 he was asked to design a lounge for Moet & Chandon, and a year later his initial namesake casual fashion brand was launched in Switzerland. The Philipp Plein luxury ready-to-wear label followed in 2008, and the brand now has more than 100 stores around the world.

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