The hunt for your holiday scent is over — helmed as one of the most celebrated perfumers of our time, Maison Francis Kurkdjian opens its first-ever flagship store exclusively at K11 MUSEA!
Home to the infamous Baccarat Rouge 540, Maison Francis Kurkdjian’s score of exquisite fragrances highlight the art of perfumery with its precise execution and heavenly concoctions.
Established in 2009 by Francis Kurkdjian, one of the world’s most recognised noses, and Marc Chaya, Co-founder and CEO, the parfumerie’s unique personality is fostered by the creative power of Kurkdjian, guided by enchanting yet definite codes of purity, sophistication, timelessness and the boldness of a classicism reinvented.
Find exclusive holiday sets, candles, and more at Maison Francis Kurkdjian at K11 MUSEA now!
Location: B126A, B1, K11 MUSEA
Opening Hours: 11AM - 8PM (Mon - Thu) ; 11AM - 9PM (Fri - Sun)
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Time for a tea break! Escape to K11 MUSEA’s dream world with 8+ sweet and savoury delights, including nostalgic banana cream pies, fresh Parisian croissants, and melt-in-your-mouth cloud cakes!
K11 MUSEA’s Best Tea Time Picks
Itty-bitty Banana Cream Pie + Sweet Darlin' Strawberry Limeade
Jumbo Hot Dog + Cheddar Hot Dog + Half & Half Hot Dog
B2, Food Playground
3. A Happy Pancake
Happy Pancake + Selected Tea
4. Gontran Cherrier
B205, B206 & B207, B2
Cloud Cake (Petit)
6. Soulgood Bakery
Original Soul Baby 4"inch Basque Burnt Cheesecake
Da Hong Pao Bubble Tea
HK$22 - $38
Unit 14, B201, Taste Chamber, B2
The unprecedented celebration of fashion, this time spanning over 200 years of couture, returns to K11 MUSEA this December.
A cultural exchange from east to west, past to present and beyond, the first-ever exhibition titled The Love of Couture: Artisanship in Fashion Beyond Time is a tribute to the indispensable influence of fashion throughout history.
Developed by K11 in collaboration with the V&A and designed by revered Hong Kong Production Designer William Chang Suk Ping, with UBS as the title sponsor, the exhibition showcases pieces from the V&A’s collection, and 6 emerging fashion designer’s responses to the storied garments.
Get ready to embark on a journey of imagination — all for the love of couture. Sneak a peek behind the scenes:
William Chang Suk Ping
Recognised as one of Hong Kong’s most esteemed production designers, fashion designers, stylists, and film editors, William Chang Suk Ping brings his creative vision to the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition at K11. Discover the mind behind Chang’s iconic legacy in this in-depth interview!
The world’s leading museum of art, design, and performance, the V&A’s curation of 12 British and French womenswear spans from the Victorian era to the 1960s, highlighting key moments in the history of couture. Read on to explore the fashions of different eras in the V&A’s collection.
6 Emerging Fashion Designers
Initiating a dialogue between the past and present, east and west, 6 East Asian fashion designers take inspiration from the pieces in the V&A’s collection to create their own contemporary response.
Instantly recognisable for his signature colourful ruffle costumes, Japanese designer Tomo Koizumi was the breakout star at 2019 New York Fashion Week, supported by world-famous Katie Grand and Marc Jacobs. Most recently worn by Japanese singer MISIA for her performance at the Tokyo Olympics 2021, see how Tomo’s love of colour brought him to the world of fashion in the exclusive interview below!
A newcomer to the fashion scene, Hong Kong designer Celine Kwan recently debuted her
Autumn/Winter 2022 collection at Paris Fashion Week. Already catching the eye of global celebrities such as Lizzo, Kwan’s designs explore transformation, functionality, and technology for sustainable fashion. Read our exclusive interview on how the Hong Kong native crafted a uniquely joyful aesthetic, inspired by 1960s pop furniture!
Chinese designer Sensen Lii is a graduate of the globally recognised Antwerp Royal Academy of Arts. In 2019, he founded his own brand WINDOWSEN, and has since been worn by global superstars including Madonna, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Grimes, Sia, and Timothée Chalamet. Dive into Lii’s otherworldly imagination with our exclusive interview below!
A finalist for the LVMH 2022 Prize, Hiroshima-born Japanese designer Ryunosuke Okazaki’s designs contemplate the connection between humans and nature, commonly incorporating the concept of prayer as a thematic pillar of his work. In an exclusive interview, Okazaki takes us into his world of symmetry and automatism — read on below!
Known as “Miss Sohee”, the South Korean womenswear designer made her international debut at Milan Fashion week supported by Dolce & Gabbana. Most recently worn by Taylor Hill at 2022 Met Gala, Park focuses her 1960s-inspired designs on hand embroidery, print design, and hand dyeing — read on to dive deeper into her inspirations below!
Chinese designer Yueqi Qi draws inspiration from traditional Chinese artisanship, boldly reinterprets crafts such as beading and embroidery to create surprising collisions between Chinese and western culture. Read on to learn how Qi expresses elements of classical Chinese love stories and mythology in her garments!
Get Your Tickets Now!
Ticketing available starting 15 Nov.
*Children under the age of 12, students with valid student ID and senior citizens over age 65
- Limited quantities available; on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets are non-refundable. Ticket holders will not be able to reschedule in the case of any event.
- Complimentary guided tours will be available in English or Cantonese every hour, with a daily quota of availability.
Terms and conditions apply.
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Polynésie, evening dress, designed by Yves Saint Laurent for Christian Dior, Paris, France, spring–summer 1960, given by Mrs Walther Moreira Salles, Cecil Beaton Collection ©Christian Dior
A garment that fits as if it was made for you. Women's tailor brand FREY opens shop at K11 MUSEA!
FREY specialises in impeccably tailored garments crafted with natural materials. Offering sustainable, stylish, tailored clothing for women, the womenswear brand empowers its customers to choose their own style from the ‘Off the Rack’ seasonal collection or the ‘Create Your Own’ personalised tailoring service.
Inspired by the towering 8.5-metre-tall sculpture Rose II by Isa Genzken at Art Karnival 2021, the Autumn/Winter 2022-23 Collection consists of garments created from cotton, silk, cashmere and wool sourced in Italy. The collection features a wide range of colours, from blue hues to merlot rose, a palette that represents softness and femininity.
Shop FREY’s Autumn/Winter 2022-23 Collection at K11 MUSEA!
Location: 228, 2F, K11 MUSEA
Opening Hours: 11:00am - 9:00pm
Take your tastebuds to Korea with Gontran Cherrier’s latest concept, EGGWING! Serving savoury street foods at K11 MUSEA Food Playground, the new concept eatery serves beloved Korean street delicacies including egg toast sandwiches, corn dogs, and toppoki — presented together for the very first time at a Hong Kong kiosk.
Recalling the comfort snack of his childhood, Chef Sam Baek Hokyung has lovingly recreated the signature Korean egg toast for hungry Hongkongers. This upright brioche sandwich is jam-packed with bulgogi beef, spicy pork, crispy bacon, or smoked salmon alongside fluffy scrambled eggs and fresh vegetables. Topped off with a unique mix of condiments, such as condensed milk mayo and wasabi mayo, this quintessential egg toast will transport you to the streets of Korea with just one bite!
Street food isn’t complete without fried foods — don’t miss out on EGGWING’s variety of corn dogs with sausage or mozzarella filling (or both)! Toppoki lovers can also indulge in the classic rice cakes topped with bulgogi beef, spicy pork, mozzarella, and more!
Location: B2, Food Playground
Opening hours from now till 18 Sep:
Opening hours after 18 Sep:
Monday – Friday 11:00- 21:00, Saturday – Sunday 11:00-21:30