Ed1tus The Ultimate Man Cave


We men love being in the presence of women.

Whether it’s spending some quality one-on-one time with our femme du jour; hanging out with the boys and their other halves; or just quietly appreciating the lovely specimens we come across while out and about, women add a little extra spice to our days. But as much as we appreciate them – and we do – sometimes, a man just needs a break. It may come in the form of a boys’ night out; a few hours in our man caves; or perhaps a morning on the golf course, but these precious moments are as necessary to our lives as breathing.

Men of Hong Kong have a communal man cave in the form of Ed1tus, an Aberdeen-based fashion, home, and lifestyle showroom crafted especially for guys. Designed by PDM architects, the slick, bloke-friendly space boasts over 12 fashion, home, and accessories brands over 7,000sqft. The carefully crafted offerings here include a number of sophisticated international brands known for their craftsmanship and rich histories, including Mauro Grifoni, Stewart, Cire Trudon, Lumio, Travelteq, and Martone. Visitors can make use of the Miele-outfitted buyer’s lounge, a rooftop garden, and a mezzanine terrace. Also on hand is the original The Butchers Club, the New York-style deli that moonlights as a private kitchen, and serves up meat-heavy, gentleman-approved fare. Ed1tus can also be booked exclusively for private events.

X-Boxes and pool tables aren’t included, though.


16/F Shui Ki Industrial Building
18 Wong Chuk Hang Road


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