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Make your way past the perfumes, scarves, and silk-embroidered Chinese souvenirs to the second floor, where you'll find live Canaries tweeting from golden cages and a rainbow of fabrics at your fingertips. In addition to the brilliantly hued—and expensive—silk and cashmere clothing, you'll find custom-made suits starting at around HK$30,000, including fabric. You can also have a cheongsam (a sexy slit-skirt silk dress with a Mandarin collar) made for around HK$10,000, including fabric. Ready-to-wear Mandarin suits are in the HK$15,000–HK$20,000 range. You can find outlets scattered across Hong Kong, including the airport's Terminal One.

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  • 1881 Heritage House 1, 2A Canton Rd., Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Metro: Tsim Sha Tsui
Updated: 12-17-2012

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