The Scene: Bottega Veneta à Hong Kong

The Scene: Bottega Veneta à Hong Kong this week. Bottega Veneta has reopened its expanded flagship store in Hong Kong’s prestigious Landmark  shopping center. Measuring 385 square meters, the store is now able to offer a more complete selection of Bottega Veneta products for men and women, including ready-to-wear, handbags, accessories, shoes, luggage, eyewear, fragrance,  jewelry, and items for the home.

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 Among the notable design features are aerodynamically shaped, vertical window louvers of palm wood and  steel, finely crafted display counters with slide-out billiard-cloth presentation pads, walls covered with ultra-suede, mohair
furniture upholstery, and custom-dyed, pure New Zealand wool carpets. A quiet, sensuous palette of matte neutrals and  earth tones further enhances the privacy, sophistication, and ease of the shopping experience. The boutique interior is an  elegant reflection of Bottega Veneta’s defining qualities: timeless design, modern functionality, outstanding craftsmanship,  and the highest quality materials. The store originally opened in 2001 and underwent a first upgrade in 2007, when it moved to its existing space in the Landmark.

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The mall has been one of Hong Kong’s premier retail spaces for 30 years and attracts a sophisticated and  affluent clientele from around the world.

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