Diaries at the ready - mark Thursday 11th November as a date you can't forget!! This will be our first fair in two years and are SO happy it's the AWA Charity Bazaar at PMQ! It's been our favourite one to launch our new collections at- we launched Yum Cha Tea Set there in 2018 and Celebrating Hong Kong Puzzle in 2019. Last year of course it was sadly cancelled. This year we will have FOUR (yes, FOUR!) tables at the fair. You will get the chance to see and buy some of our 2021 launches, AND we also will have great Christmas fair special offers, as always. So, call your friends and pop that date in your diary now! You'll find the bazaar in PMQ's Courtyard and it will run from 11:30-19:30. There will be around 50 other vendors at the event so it's definitely one to make sure you come to!
Sempimimi brings a range of very electic and glamorous jewellery designs - with lots of sparkles it's a perfect purchase for your Christmas nights out!
Tru Nomad is a natural skincare brand from Kazakhstan, Central Asia although the business is based in Wong Chuk Hang. They blend locally sourced ingredients with well known components from all over the world to create skincare that strengthens your skin's natural defenses.
Cacao is a family run business, deeply committed to taste, quality, environmental friendliness and ethical sourcing. They grind high quality, single origin, Fino de Aroma cocoa nibs to make our own fresh, additive-free chocolate, then fashion it into individual chocolates. What a delicious festive treat!
Linen and Tofu
Interior Designer Karen Lot has taken her passion for fabrics and textiles into products this year. She will be coming to the bazaar with a range of beautiful (and cool) shoulder bags and clutch bags with a casual feel as well as some gorgeous cushions - all hand made by her in Hong Kong. She uses lots of linens and kisses it with velvet and cottons.
Conceptu Home sells a range of gorgeous ceramics and a very stylish curated selection of products for the home!
Kasido brings a one of a kind bold, fun, fusion of handcrafted jewellery and clutches to the AWA Bazaar this year. We all need a bit of this bright array of colours in our lives!
Pinyin Press is a design-led brand of home accessories, lifestyle products and gifts known for it’s illustrative print designs and patterns which tell a story of everyday life in China. I think my favourite of Pinyin's products has to be the wonderful dumpling salt and pepper shakers!
Niin creates original handcrafted jewellery and accessories, with sustainable and ethical practices at their core. They also work with small artisanal businesses across South East Asia, supporting their communities and hand-craftsmanship for the production of their. I've got some of their earrings and can vouch for how lovely their products are!
The Zubin Foundation work to improve the lives of Hong Kong's marginalised ethnic minorities by reducing suffering and providing opportunities. This year they will be selling some gorgeous Hong Kong themed crackers at the Bazaar with lovely illustrations representing Hong Kong and Christmas.