What’s on: Things to do in Hong Kong this weekend (18 June)

On top of our list of things to do in Hong Kong this June, here’s our weekly #legendtop5 exclusive add-ons for Father’s Day weekend:

THE FEMALE EDIT pop-up at kapok, Victoria Park

Photo: kapok

The Fashion Incubation Programme has partnered with kapok to handpick Hong Kong’s most outstanding fashion, accessories and jewellery brands – Cafuné, KKLUE and Matter Matters – to co-curate a stylish pop-up under the concept of “design by women for women”. Get a sneak peek of THE FEMALE EDIT⁠ here.

When: from now until 19 June 2021 (Saturday), 12 – 9 pm

kapok Victoria Park, 2-4 Kingston Street, Fashion Walk, Causeway Bay⁠⁠⁠⁠⁠, Hong Kong, ka-pok.com

Sky Castle, Wan Chai Promenade

Photo: Design District Hong Kong

In an artwork series called transFORM by Design District Hong Kong (#ddhk), an interactive arch-shaped installation has come to life next to the Wan Chai harbour. The Australian multimedia design studio ENESS and innovative production company Hattrick Creative has joined hands for the bubbly inflated arches and window-like shapes, inspired by different corners of Hong Kong city. Instagram moment, anyone?

When: from now until 20 June 2021 (Sunday), 1 – 10 pm

Water Sports and Recreation Precinct, Wan Chai Promenade, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, designdistrict.hk

Holy Cannoli brunch

Photo: OKRA Hong Kong

Chef Max Levy has collaborated with Holy Cannoli for a Holy Cannoli brunch this Saturday. Try the Okra-inspired cannoli flavour with a soybean shell and fermented tofu, caramel, ginger and delicate white chocolate filling. Exclusive to this weekend, sake sommelier Izaskun Levy invites you to take a sip of Okra’s exclusive beverage ‘The Bitch Sake’, featuring premium Wakatakeya Kyoho Umeshu Sake, Sherry Shochu Highball, the Coedo Beniaka Sweet Potato Beer.

When: 19 June 2021 (Saturday), 12 – 6 pm (walk-in only)

OKRA Hong Kong, G/F, 110 Queen’s Road West, Sai Ying Pun, Hong Kong

See also: Get to know: Chef Max Levy of Okra Hong Kong

Last chance to visit Beauty Mart, Harbour City

Photo: Harbour City

Hong Kong’s first beauty-themed local market has opened up at Harbour City. Called ‘Beauty Mart’, it houses over 300 local and international beauty labels ranging from cosmetics, skincare,  perfumes, and accessories. Look for homegrown brands like The Nutter Company, Hong Kong Tea House, and eo Beauty & Health, and enjoy the sweet decoration embellished with floral elements. You’ll have a hard time resisting the ‘gram with the pink swing chairs, seashore décors and string lights.

When: from now until 20 June 2021 (Sunday), 12 – 8 pm

Ocean Terminal Lobby, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, harbourcity.com.hk

See also: 7 cool brands to shop at LANDMARK’s Beauty Botanica

Embroidery at PMQ

Photo: Sindart

Exclusively for this weekend, Sindart hosts a modernised embroidery upskill session that teaches visitors how to embroider a baby owl. Embroidery workshops last two hours; register here.

When: 19 – 20 June 2021 (for embroidery workshops)

PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong, pmq.org.hk

See also: #legendeats: 10 things to eat in Hong Kong this June 2021

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