For much of the year, Chanel’s boutique at Takashimaya S.C. has been under wraps. The Maison’s fans will be glad to hear that the boutique is now reopened, with a newly renovated and expanded space (at 9,310 sq ft).
Chanel’s newly reopened Takashimaya S.C. boutique houses ready-to-wear, bags, accessories, shoes as well as a selection of fine jewellery and timepieces.
The architect for this project is Chanel’s go-to designer, Peter Marino, who has been collaborating with the house on the design of their boutiques for more than 20 years. The Takashimaya boutique draws inspiration from founder Coco Chanel’s storied apartment at 31 Rue Cambon – translating the latter’s sumptuous decorations into a contemporary and refined space outfitted in the house’s classic colour palette of white, beige, black and gold accents.
Below, we take you quickly through some highlights of the newly revamped space.
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