Chopard Malaysia has reopened its store in Kuala Lumpur, showcasing a refurbished space in Suria KLCC.
Located on the ground floor of the shopping mall, the boutique is one of three Malaysian stores for the high-end Swiss jeweller, with the other two located in the Starhill Gallery and Pavilion KL.
Upon entry, a display island sits in the centre of the boutique, crowned by a chandelier, hanging over the cabinet. The new store, which features mid-century wooden colours and diamond-y white lights, is sectioned by both men’s and women’s corners of the store.
The updated store returns with Chopard’s classic pieces such as Happy Diamonds and Happy Sport, featured alongside the newest Chopard collections, Happy Dreams. The latter is a classy interpretation of cloud shapes, accentuated with diamonds and mother-of-pearl.
Chopard Happy Diamond watch collection 2016
His Excellency the Ambassador of Switzerland Michael Winzap attended the store reopening, alongside Francis Tan, COO of Suria KLCC, and Chopard Malaysia’s general manager Karen Teh.
Suria KLCC is Malaysia’s premier shopping destination located at Kuala Lumpur prestigious commercial address, the Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC). Set over six levels, it offers an array of goods and services including fashion, food and entertainment.
Chopard was founded some 160 years ago and remains as one of the last jewellery and watchmakers to be family owned. It is currently helmed by siblings and co-presidents Karl-Friedrich and Caroline Scheufele.