Italian luxury brand Valentino has emerged with a brand new flagship store in Hong Kong.
Located in The Landmark, Hong Kong’s iconic shopping hub, the latest Valentino store covers 377 square metres over two floors.
It continues the maison’s latest store concept developed by Valentino creative director, Pierpaolo Piccioli, and renowned British architect David Chipperfield.
The store includes two VIP areas, decorated with burgundy leather sofas and camel soft, all housed within a space set in Carrara marble, brass, wood and glass.
Piccioli has described the new store format as a blend of antique and contemporary style, creating “something of a palace atmosphere.”
The Landmark boutique carries both womenswear and menswear product categories across ready-to-wear, accessories and fragrances.
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The Hong Kong retail launch is the latest in a slew of 160 mono-brand store openings operated by the Italian luxury label, which is now owned by the Mayhoola investment company belonging to the Qatari royal family.
Valentino unveiled a brand new store in Doha at the recently opened Mall of Qatar in December, pre-empting a Melbourne opening last month, marking Valentino’s standalone store debut in Australia.