From now until 31 October, the store will offer a wide range of original Hong Kong-designed Halloween products, including creepy versions of iconic characters created by Raymond Choy and Eddie Hui are on display alongside ghoulish pens, phone cases and necklaces.
Stylish fashion accessories, party favours and even costumes for pets are also available, and customers who purchase selected KROMOLOGY products worth at least HK$100 can collect a free set of four Halloween stickers while stocks last. Photos of some of the items are listed below.
Established by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council in 1991, Design Gallery is dedicated to promote creativity, innovation and product excellence of Hong Kong products. The shops, located at the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre and the Hong Kong International Airport, welcome more than 100,000 local and international visitors a month.
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