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Nordic lifestyle boutique squarestreet and local animal shelter Hong Kong Dog Rescue (HKDR) has announced a charitable partnership, to raise much-needed funds during this festive season for saving and rehoming abandoned dogs across Hong Kong.
Painstakingly designed by the squarestreet team, the miniature winter village called Dogtown is highlights a mix of Hong Kong and Scandinavian features including a HKDR house, model railway, European buildings, milk shed alongside Swedish and Hong Kong delicacies food stalls.
Till January 2018, the public is invited to view this creative installation and purchase a dog or human miniature figure. Each donor’s generous help on growing the village and the unfolding story of Dogtown will be narrated daily on @15squarestreet social media.
A multi-brand designer goods boutique established in Sheung Wan in 2010, squarestreet carries products with distinctly Scandinavian touch of certain cleanliness and sharpness that only comes when material, colour and cut intersect perfectly. Curated items are made from top graded materials and developed with a blend of innovation and tradition. Founded by Swedish fashion entrepreneur, Alexis Holm, the lifestyle boutique ensures that every available product crafted adheres to the brand’s stringent standards for longevity, usability and quality.
G/F, 15 Square Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong