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Furla unveils new Macau boutique

Furla has reopened its Macau store at a new location in Venetian Macao. Spanning an impressive 1,603 square feet, the store offers a wide range of products including bags, small leather goods, eyewear, shoes, and more.

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Hong Kong and Macau have in recent months posted a sharp rise as primary destinations for Chinese tourism since the country reopened, with additional tailwinds from government policies.

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Furla’s new store concept embodies the elegant and contemporary aesthetic that defines Furla’s products.

Founded in Bologna in 1927 by Aldo Furlanetto, the accessible luxury brand originally specialised in producing handbags, shoes, and small leather goods primarily for women, but has since diversified its offerings beyond leather accessories, expanding into  eyewear, watches, fabrics, and fragrances to cater to a larger clientele.

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The Macau store’s design concept combines the minimalism of its furniture with sculptural decorative elements. Materials and textures play a significant role in enhancing this contrast, blending nude tones and elegant metal elements with playful colours and polished materials like marble.

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To complete the feminine and contemporary ambiance of the store, organic-shaped seating elements in velvet and earthy-toned rugs have been added.