Fabrica X, an experiential concept store and innovation gallery for sustainable brands, showcases the latest techstyle and agrifood tech innovations.
We believe furry friends can make our lives better. By carefully select the best quality pet products from all over the world, we hope to bring better lifestyle for more pet lovers.
IAMMAMA was established to uphold our vision of providing modern mothers a quality life.
LABELS Café + Bar is a concept by Hong Kong fashion designer Harrison Wong. A truly fashion inspired cafe + bar with food and dessert created along womenswear & menswear themes.
The Mills is a landmark revitalization project from Nan Fung Group. A destination consisting of a business incubator, experiential retail, and a non-profit cultural institution may be relatively unfamiliar to Hong Kong people; yet you will discover from The Mills’ vision and history that it is a purely Hong Kong story.
The Mills witnessed the manufacturing heyday in the 1960s, and now carries on that legacy with a future of applied creativity and innovation. Visitors can explore the continuity of an authentic Hong Kong story, where themes of textile and industry are woven into experiences of innovation, culture, and learning.
With its business incubator, investment fund, spaces in Hong Kong and London, and community-building initiatives, The Mills Fabrica is an innovation platform dedicated to supporting techstyle and agrifood technology companies transition to a more sustainable future. Through innovations and creating success stories of collaborations between innovators, entrepreneurs, corporates and all stakeholders, The Mills Fabrica aims to drive positive change for future generations.
The Mills Shopfloor is a positive expression of the evolving character of Hong Kong, a landmark for hands-on learning and experiential retail. At Shopfloor, you can engage and explore a world of lifestyle, artisan dining, and maker culture.
CHAT (Centre for Heritage, Arts and Textile) is a part of the heritage conservation project of The Mills, the former cotton-spinning mills of Nan Fung Textiles in Tsuen Wan. Through its multifaceted curated programmes, which include exhibitions and co-learning programmes, CHAT aims to be an art centre that weaves creative experiences for all.