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Harry Winston opens at Hong Kong’s Mandarin Hotel

Harry Winston

High-end jewellery house Harry Winston has announced the opening of a second retail store in Hong Kong in March, adding to its 20 Harry Winston salons open in mega cities worldwide.

Located in the renowned Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the 215-square-metre salon is elegantly and contemporarily designed, promoting privacy and the New York brand’s uptake on a modern luxury aesthetic.

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The store colour palette boasts taupe and grey colours, set against black lacquered walls and antique bronze furniture, made up of customised chandeliers and hand-beaded silk walls.

A large marble foyer, greets customers upon arrival, draped by a large black and white star motif, which houses Harry Winston’s signature collections.

The new Hong Kong outlet has a focus on travelling shoppers and boasts Harry Winston’s high jewellery, bridal, and state-of-the-art timepiece collections.

While the store promotes intimate and personalised services for shoppers, a private selling room provides a luxurious space for clients seeking the utmost in exclusivity.

Founded in New York City in 1932 by jeweller Harry Winston, Harry Winston boasts several stores in major cities such as London, Paris, Shanghai and Tokyo. It has a flagship store at Hong Kong’s Peninsula.

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Open from March 2, Harry Winston Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong Salon is located at Unit G1-3, G/F Mandarin Oriental, 5 Connaught Road, Central in Hong Kong.