by Apparel Resources News-Desk
05-December-2018 | 1 min read
Italy-based luxury fashion retail brand Bottega Veneta is all set to launch a six-floor flagship outlet in Tokyo, Japan next week. The upcoming store will be situated at 5-6-1 Ginza Chou-Ku, also marking the largest store for the brand in Asia.
The store will stock ready-to-wear apparel for both men and women along with accessories, footwear and home décor items.
Claus-Dietrich Lahrs, General Manager, Bottega Veneta elucidated on the development that the customer base in Japan is highly important and loyal for the brand. In all of Asia, Japan is one of the key markets for the brand.
“With a comprehensive choices in a unique and elegant design, the Ginza flagship is an investment to enhance and offer unique shopping experience to our Japanese customers and across the Asia.” – Claus-Dietrich Lahrs, General Manager, Bottega Veneta
The store is made up of over 900 shinning metal panels that showcases the trademark design of its various handbags. The inside of the store will be designed in the same minimalist style as Bottega Veneta’s furniture is known for.
It is important to add here, that the Italian luxury brand is the subsidiary of Kering, a France-based luxury group that also owns big fashion labels such as Gucci and Saint Laurent.