- Beatles fashion trend
The Beatles came to Hong Kong in June 1964 and their hair and clothing style set the trend for Hong Kong’s youth.
- Cheongsam and beehive
A lady in a cheongsam, a traditional Chinese dress that was still in vogue in the 1960s, and wearing her hair in a fashionable beehive.
- A small road-side store offering clothing alteration services
Tailor-made clothing was very popular in Hong Kong in the early 1960s, and small local stores also found a place in the market by offering alteration services for people in the neighbourhood.
- A factory specialising in men’s shirts
A factory specialising in men’s shirts reflects the rapid development of Hong Kong’s garment industry in the 1960s.
- A tailor shop in Wanchai
A US sailor in front of a tailor shop in Wanchai. The US Navy made frequent rest and relaxation visits to Hong Kong in the 1960s, with Wanchai a favourite hangout for American servicemen.
- The fashion department of The Sincere Company Ltd
The fashion department of The Sincere Company Ltd in Central, 1974.
- The fashion department of The Wing On Department Store
The fashion department of The Wing On Department Store in Central, 1974.
- A trade fair of the Union Shirt
The Union Shirt, a local Hong Kong brand, showcases its products at an event in 1967.
- Bell-bottom jeans
Bell-bottom jeans were all the rage in the mid-1970s.
- A western-style clothing fashion show in the Hong Kong Week
A fashion show presenting locally produced Western-style clothing was held in the Miramar Hotel on 30 October 1967 as part of Hong Kong Week.