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Valentino Opens New Flagship Store In Hong Kong

Italian fashion brand Valentino opened a new flagship store in the first phase of Lee Gardens, Hong Kong.

Located in the prosperous core area of Causeway Bay, the new Valentino flagship store has two floors and a total area of 382 square meters.

Designed by the British architect David Chipperfield, this new store combines old and new aesthetic elements in creating a luxurious palace atmosphere, instead of a pure window display store style. Chipperfield used luxurious decorative materials, including Venice terrazzo, Athena marble, Carrara marble, and pine furniture.

Valentino's Lee Gardens store will sell a full range of women's products, covering apparel, accessories, and perfume.





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