Gucci Pavilion KL has reopened in Kuala Lumpur, after the Italian label closed its Malaysian flagship to be redesigned in the taste of current creative director Alessandro Michele.
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Located on the second and third floor at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, the refurbished store is the first in Malaysia to feature the creative director’s new design concept.
Within the two-storey boutique, customers are privy to illustrious fabrics, geometric prints, and mosaic marble floors, as well as wooden panelled walls –set against a rich burgundy colour palette throughout.
The stairway is flushed with dark red velvet and room-enlarging mirrors, while the store façade is a Greco-Roman marble stone in grey, with the ‘Gucci’ stamped in metallic silver over the entrance.
The Gucci Pavilion KL store stocks the latest ready-to-wear, footwear, bags, accessories and fragrances for men and women.
The high-end fashion house has been improving its retail operations in Asia in recent months.
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In June, Gucci unveiled its China-dedicated e-commerce website, gucci.cn, created to “allow consumers a better access to Gucci products, without the limitations imposed by store location or opening hours.”
Gucci opened its first Alessandro Michele-designed store in Japan in Tokyo last December.