The La Perla store on Russell Street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong closed earlier this year amid protests and Covid-19 restrictions, leaving an empty shopfront and little festive cheer. The La Perla store on Russell Street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong closed earlier this year amid protests and Covid-19 restrictions, leaving an empty shopfront and little festive cheer.
The La Perla store on Russell Street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong closed earlier this year amid protests and Covid-19 restrictions, leaving an empty shopfront and little festive cheer.

Black Friday nerves as world’s biggest shopping streets put on a show and hope for the best this Christmas, amid tourist drought that’s hit sales hard

  • Shops on London’s Bond Street, from Cartier to Chanel, have their Christmas lights up, and will serve hot chocolate to those waiting to get into stores
  • Tourists hoping to hit Hong Kong’s most expensive retail street for their seasonal shop have had hopes dashed by the delay of a travel bubble with Singapore

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The La Perla store on Russell Street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong closed earlier this year amid protests and Covid-19 restrictions, leaving an empty shopfront and little festive cheer. The La Perla store on Russell Street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong closed earlier this year amid protests and Covid-19 restrictions, leaving an empty shopfront and little festive cheer.
The La Perla store on Russell Street in Causeway Bay in Hong Kong closed earlier this year amid protests and Covid-19 restrictions, leaving an empty shopfront and little festive cheer.
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