Jan. 16, 2014
-- When speech therapist Narguess Sousi moved to Hong Kong seven years ago, she couldn’t have imagined that she would soon become French entrepreneur Narguess Sousi, founder of Petit Bazaar children’s boutiques in Central, Wan Chai and Stanley! After the birth of her daughters, Ms Sousi looked for children’s clothes, furnishings and accessories that satisfied her European sensibilities;
brands that were neither heavily influenced by cartoon characters, nor stereotypical to the luxury sector. What Ms. Sousi wanted access to were the stylish and creative goods she was used to in Paris, available at an approachable price. And so began Petit Bazaar, offering Parisian chic that is poetic and urban, without the sky-high price tag!
Petit Bazaar is the exclusive Hong Kong retailer for many of the brands stocked, which include Anne Claire Petit, a fair-trade crochet range hand-made by village women in China; La cerise sur le gateau (a French illustrator);
French wooden toy brand Janod; and Oeuf, an eco-design brand from New York city. The Petit Bazaar customer can set her own and her family’s style, knowing that the goods she has invested in are unique. The first Petit Bazaar was established in Central, in May 2010. A year later, the Wan Chai store opened and, in March, the Stanley store followed. Each of the three boutiques has a unique personality, while sharing the same philosophy and mission to provide creative and stylish goods for families that are environmentally friendly and ethically sourced, in an affordable price range and in a European-flavoured environment. Why shop anywhere else?
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