Check Out Chanel’s Newly Refreshed Boutique At Takashimaya Shopping Centre

Chanel Boutique Takashimaya Shopping CentrePHOTO COURTESY OF CHANEL

Find yourself in need of some retail therapy? Here’s some good news. Chanel’s newly revamped 865 square metre boutique at Takashimaya Shopping Centre (#01-25 to 29, #02-12 M/N/T) is now open. The recently renovated and expanded space has undergone a major transformation and is now open to deliver a truly immersive Chanel experience.

Here’s what you can expect from the spacious new store with its striking black and white facade. Inspired by Mademoiselle Chanel’s Parisian apartment on Rue Cambon and designed by New York architect Peter Marino, the elegant space perfectly embodies the codes of the brand and exudes the modernity of Chanel with every detail.

Chanel Boutique Takashimaya Shopping CentrePHOTO COURTESY OF CHANEL

Step within the two-storey boutique and you’ll be greeted by materials of soft gold metal, bronze and polished surfaces, paired with iconic tweed furniture and of course, the French luxury house’s emblematic colour palette of beige, black and white.

Start your experience by exploring the lavish space on the first floor that’s dedicated to accessories. Here you’ll find everything from handbags, small leather goods, costume jewellery and eyewear displayed on polished shelves, to fine jewellery and watches.

Chanel Boutique Takashimaya Shopping CentrePHOTO COURTESY OF CHANEL

Further within, you’ll find the shoe salon furnished with a pair of iron, glass, and granite console tables by Christophe Côme, the perfect space to discover and try on the brand’s signature styles.

Leading up to the second storey is an inviting staircase made of a pleated mirror-like material accented by two Gregor Hildebrandt sculptures made of cut vinyl records hanging from the high ceiling.

Climb the stairs and explore the series of rooms which are home to the brand’s ready-to-wear creations. The gorgeous area is designed with chic tweed sofas and hand-woven carpets that blend harmoniously with various artworks, such as a set of photographs by Alec Soth representing The Grand Palais in Paris and a screen by French artist Jean-Michel Othoniel, for an additional touch of elegance.

And because it’s all about the #CHANELCruise collection now, you can try on your chosen pieces in the private fitting rooms that feature enamelled stoneware by Johan Creten, as well as paintings by New York-based artist Peter Dayton depicting camellias, Gabrielle Chanel’s favourite flower.

In other words, it’s time to head down to Takashimaya Shopping Centre soon.

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