At A. Lange & Söhne they are delighted to welcome watch enthusiasts at their new boutique on the 1st floor of Hangzhou Tower Shopping Center, located in the core business area of Wulin Square in China.
The A. Lange & Söhne boutique in Hangzhou Tower grandly opened on July 31, 2021. The boutique uses new design elements to provide watch lovers with an extraordinary shopping experience. The boutique brings together five major Lange watch series, each of which demonstrates the beauty of traditional German watchmaking craftsmanship. The spirit of ‘never stop’ makes A. Lange & Söhne unique.
They kindly invite you to discover the subtle differences of their timepieces and guide you through their experience library with their timepiece experts. For the first time in China, it is possible to explore A. Lange & Söhne’s wall of parts, which is a new design element showing the different parts of the movement.
1 / F Block D, Hangzhou Tower, No. 258 Huangcheng North Road, Gongshu District 310006 Hangzhou China
They look forward to sharing the history and spirit of the brand with you, please come to the A. Lange & Söhne boutique in Hangzhou Tower. The A. Lange & Söhne boutique is open seven days a week. Come into the beautiful and timeless wold of A. Lange & Söhne.
French Maison Louis Vuitton comes to Lima. The Maison’s first-ever boutique in Peru is now open at Jockey Plaza. Clients can explore the latest collections, including leather goods, accessories, shoes, fragrances and much more.
Founded in 1755, Vacheron Constantin is the oldest watchmaking manufacture in uninterrupted activity for more than 260 years. At no time in its history has it ever stopped creating, enhancing and reinventing itself. Backed by a strong heritage of passing watchmaking excellence and stylistic ingenuity down generations of master craftsmen, the company’s creations embody the exacting standards of Fine Watchmaking. A technical signature and distinctive look.
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Timelessness. This is without a doubt how the perfect union of the Swiss Maison’s tradition of craftsmanship and spirit of innovation could be summed up in a single word. Elegance, simplicity, creativity, each Vacheron Constantin watch bears a technical signature and unique aesthetic and each timepiece tells its own story: an infinitely living legacy, a promise for the future.
Now Vacheron Constantin is delighted to announce the opening of its North American Flagship in the heart of New York City, at 28 East 57th Street. Located between Madison and Park Avenue, the new Vacheron Constantin Flagship spans over 4,500 square feet and covers two floors. A distinctive glass façade opens directly onto 57th Street inviting collectors and visitors into a discovery of the Maison’s creativity and fine craftsmanship in a harmonious old-meets-new environment fitting the spirit of Vacheron Constantin’s contemporary watchmaking. The Flagship features many client-first experiences including interactive digital archives and a rotating exhibition space. The second floor opens to an expansive watchmaking bench intended to encourage interaction with an in-house watchmaker as well as a unique custom strap station presenting both engraving and embossing customization options. The Vacheron Constantin boutique pays tribute to the Maison’s deep roots in the United States and commitment to outstanding client service.
Vacheron Constantin 28 East 57th Street New York 10022
Discover all their collections and receive advice from their experts. They take the time to answer all your requests. Make an appointment in the boutique. Come into the beautiful and timeless world of Vacharon Constantin.
U.K.-based sustainable cult-skincare brand Haekels has opened the doors to its second Haeckels House location, adding a treatment rooms and an events space to its London store. The design of the space references both its Hackney location and the brand’s seaside roots in Margate, while the a bright and open space is designed as an escape from the busy Broadway Market below.
Marking its first expansion from its base in Margate, the space will stock all of Haeckels’ natural and vegan products, as well as featuring two treatment rooms with two high-tech facial chairs as well as space for a range of massages. The label will also introduce a range of treatments based on the seaweed-driven skincare line it launched last year.
Continuing its mix of coast and city influences, Haeckels has continued its community focus as it moves to London. Announcing a string of community-oriented initiatives, Haeckels will create a soap using waste coffee grinds from a local coffee roastery, and is also planning to open a community ice bath in the surrounding area.
As featuring a venue space for talks and events, and a ‘living area in which the company will grow spirulina that can be turned into a sustainable food source for visitors to the space. The Haeckels store is open now, and you can take a look around the space in the gallery above. Come into the beautiful world of Haekels.
Haeckels House London 16 Broadway Market London E8 4QJ Come into the beautiful world of Haekels.
To celebrate World Bee Day 2021, which takes place tomorrow, May 20th, the historically classified façade of French Maison Guerlain’s flagship store at 68 Avenue des Champs-Élysées comes to life with a luminous golden Bee fashioned from elements inspired by Nature. The windows of the iconic boutique are transformed with an exquisite floral sculpture by florist Stéphane Chapelle.
From May 20th to May 22nd, Guerlain will be holding an international fund drive to raise up to €1 million in aid of the Guerlain For Bees Conservation Programme. Stay tuned! Come into the beautiful worls of Guerlain.
French Maison Hermès has unveiled a newly transformed flagship store in Beijing’s business district, in the China World Trade Centre.
The ‘eye-catching façade that beckons from afar’, covers two floors and more than 900 sq m. The 11m-high storefront is said to be ‘a technical feat of engineering and craftsmanship’ cast in undulating, engraved double-glass panels, that ‘evoke a forest of bamboo’.
The store can be accessed both from inside the mall and the street and features the complete Hermès line-up across women’s and men’s fashion, accessories, beauty and home collections.
The interior was created by Parisian architecture agency RDAI as an ‘open plan and fluid layout, awash with a feeling of lightness and tranquillity’. It features ‘nuanced pastels and mineral hues, like celadon and gold, of traditional etchings and paintings’. The murals on the first floor were painted on Chinese wild silk; and the woven bamboo on the second floor was also locally sourced. There are also bespoke design details ‘realised via a tremendous collaborative process with local craftsmen, such as the nuanced terrazzo floors (made of Chinese stone and pebble aggregate), the renowned Faubourg Saint-Honoré mosaics, hand-fashioned furnishings and cabinetry’.
The first floor houses silks, perfumes and fashion jewellery, plus menswear. There’s also a men’s made-to-measure salon set off to the side for added privacy for higher-spending customers.
A split staircase, which gives visitors a view of the two levels of the store, is backed by a 3D plaster wall that echoes the façade. It leads to up the larger second floor that houses leather goods, watches and jewellery, home collections and womenswear, plus a private VIP room.
The Maison said that throughout the space, a “carefully curated selection of art illuminates the relationship between Hermès and China”. The two notable commissioned artworks, are an equestrian-inspired triptych by French artist Jean-Louis Sauvat that sits almost suspended from the wall above the staircase, and an ink drawing by Chinese artist Li Xin in the perfume area.
With a focus on local anchoring and sustainable natural materials, Hermès is developing its environmentally responsible culture through the renovation of its store in the heart of the China World mall in Beijing, which opened on 30 April.
G/F, China World Shopping Mall , No. 1, Jianguomenwai Avenue , Beijing, 100004, China
The new Hermès store in Beijing China World combines artistic heritage and local know-how with the architectural codes of the Hermès Faubourg Saint-Honoré store, in Paris, in order to introduce visitors to the Maison’s métiers. Come into the beautiful world of Hermès.
Let me start by saying I don’t see my job as work.
Emmanuelle Moeglin, perfumer & founder EPC
Rather, Emmanuelle Moeglin define it as her passion and my life. She has worked her entire career in perfumery. Her fascination for fragrances started at a very young age when she was collecting everything perfume. As a kid, she was fascinated by this poetic world. Her love for ingredients came later when she studied perfumery and spent time understanding the intricacy of creation.
Emmanuelle Moeglin started her journey at the perfumer’s school ISIPCA in France, where she learnt the science and secrets of fragrance creation. She then went onto travelling the world, collaborating with some of the most esteemed perfumers, working as a Fragrance Design Manager for brands such as L’Oreal and Puig in Paris, Barcelona and New York.
Since that time, Emmanuelle Moeglin had been thinking about bringing education and the art of perfumery to the general public. She was meeting so many people who loved and wore fragrances but knew very little about it. So EPC, a DIY-focused fragrance brand, was born, providing perfume lovers with relevant education and support to allow them to create their very own fragrance, all while learning what it takes to create a perfume.
Founded in 2016, since its inception, the Experimental Perfume Club has hosted visitors at its working lab space in East London, and has also established a brand presence in both Selfridges and Harvey Nichols department stores. the DIY-focused fragrance brand began with blending workshops before expanding into ready-made blendable scents and bespoke perfumery, has launched its first flagship location on 53 Monmouth Street within Seven Dials, London.
Providing a permanent space to produce classes and work in the lab, this seminal step for Experimental Perfume Club represents how much the industry has changed over the last decade, with burgeoning consumer interest in the behind-the-scenes of perfumery, appetite for hands-on experiences, wider acceptance of self-taught perfumers, and proliferated access to perfumery education.
The store will also house the brand’s signature scent collection, created in-house by Moeglin. It’s described as ‘unique and minimalist’ Eau de Parfums that can be worn alone or used as building blocks to blend together for a personalised result.
Emmanuelle Moeglin, founder and perfumer at Experimental Perfume Club, commented: “Our ethos at EPC is to bring the art of perfumery to the general public, so having an inviting physical environment in a central part of London is crucial. Our new home and flagship in Seven Dials will allow us to grow and expand our educational and experience-led operations, amongst a like-minded and tight-knit brand community. We are thrilled to have the exposure to new audiences from this Monmouth Street location and are very excited to connect with more perfume lovers in this space”.
The lab-boutique will also stage both informative workshops and one-to-one appointments, as well as private groups and corporate events, as and when Covid restrictions allow, the company said.
Experimental Perfume Club 53 Monmouth Street, London WC2H 9DG
For more information, or to purchase Experimental Perfume Club products online, including their lab packs and at-home Perfumer’s Atelier, please come into the beautiful world of the Experimental Perfume Club.
French Maison Hermès opened a new space dedicated exclusively to the women’s universe inside Harrods, London.
On 12 April 2021, a unique Hermès store dedicated to the women’s universe has opened within Harrods in the heart of London, embracing the spirit of the contemporary Hermès woman. The Harrods Femme store is the third addition to the offering within the luxury department store, where Hermès has been present since 1991. Expressing an optimistic vision and reflecting the house’s creativity, the Harrods Femme store combines original architectural signatures with a modern twist. Offering a new kind of stimulation – one of understated femininity and lasting dedication to craftsmanship.
In London, Hermès is also present on Bond Street, Sloane Street, within the Royal Exchange and at London Selfridges. Come into the beautiful world of Hermès.
French Maison Guerlain’s Boutiques bloom into spring in honor of Mon Guerlain Sparkling Bouquet with an enchantingly feminine landscape, created by Brazilian artist Janaïna Milheiro. Each feather is hand-dyed at Janaïna’s Parisian atelier before being arranged in the style of a floral bouquet, in an exquisite tribute to the Guerlain Perfumer’s latest creation. A poetic sculpture as light as a feather, echoing the sparkling fragrance’s delicate floral accords.
Guerlain Mon Guerlain and Mon Guerlain Sparkling Bouquet are available at Guerlain Boutiques and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Guerlain.
French Maison Louis Vuitton opens the second Le Café V in the Ginza Namiki store, following the debut of its first opening at the Maison Osaka Midosuji.
Focusing on a finessed service within a sophisticated setting, celebrated chef Yosuke Suga invites clients with his innovative sweet and savory creations, favoring ingredients sourced from across Japan. Located on the 7th and top floor of the Ginza Namiki store, Le Café V offers an artistic, yet warm atmosphere, layered with design elements that blend traditional and contemporary organic inspirations. Louis Vuitton Objets Nomades from the Campana Brothers, Marcel Wanders and Barber & Osgerby highlight the immersive experience.
Additionally, Louis Vuitton’s first in-house chocolates will also be making their debut at the store at the end of April.
Louis Vuitton Ginza Namikidori Store 7-6-1 Ginza, Chou-ku, Tokyo, Japan Opening Hours Monday-Sunday 11 am – 8 pm