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Fashion and home decoration retailer Uber Tunique launches forth shop in HK

Hong Kong accessories jewellery and home decoration retailer Uber Tunique on Wednesday opened its fourth shop in Causeway Bay. The Causeway Bay store will introduce the 2015 Summer Collection of a new French fashion brand Chloe Stora.

Founded by Paris-raised jewellery designer Amandine de Mascarel, Uber Tunique sells fashion and homeware items sourced from style capitals around the world.

With a professional background that has included experience with global brand icons such as Louis Vuitton and L’Oreal in Paris, Amandine has expanded her concept of affordable luxury beyond jewellery to include home products, décor, fragrances and textiles, allowing customers to create one-off costume jewellery pieces, as well as cater the home environment to their own individual style.

Last year, Uber Tunique opened three stores in Hong Kong at Central, Wanchai, and Repulse Bay.

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