Luxury handbag and accessories brand Anya Hindmarch has added to its Hong Kong repertoire this October, opening a new store in The Landmark.
Measuring 350 square foot, the British designer’s latest outlet in Asia opened its doors on October 15 in partnership with Bluebell Group, a Hong Kong-based distributor of luxury brands across Asia and owner of Retail in Asia.
Sleek and eye-catching, the store features art created by Julie Cockburn and Ryan Callanan, who designed a smiley face sculpture hung suspended inside the Hong Kong store as a signature piece.
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The brand’s ’Do Computers Dream When They Sleep’ collection, which was on display at London Fashion Week in February 2016, is the feature range at the new Hong Kong location.
The Hong Kong opening follows the brand’s debut Singapore store opening in September 2016, highlighting a gradual global store rollout for the Briton.
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Known for designing eclectic handbags in bold colours and quirky designs, Anya Hindmarch today operates 54 namesake stores globally.
In addition, Anya Hindmarch boasts 150 points of sale within major department stores worldwide. These include Barney’s, Bergdorf Goodman, Isetan and Colette.
The designer is an active fashion industry professional. She is a UK Trade Ambassador, a non-executive director of the British Fashion Council and a trustee of both the Royal Academy of Arts and the Design Museum.
In 2009, the designer was awarded an MBE in recognition for her contribution to the British fashion industry.
Anya Hindmarch debuted her eponymous label in London in 1987.