Club Monaco brought together the best of Hong Kong’s food, flowers and books in celebration of the brand’s flagship store at ifc mall recently. Club Monaco transformed the ifc Atrium into a market offering coffee, flowers, pastries, personalized stationary, and books from the most well-known local chefs and artisans.
The Club Monaco market treated influencers and tastemakers to the best Hong Kong has to offer. Executive Chef Mutaro Balde, Mixologist Timothy Ching and Pastry Chef Jonathan Touitou of celebrated French fine dining restaurant BIBO, treated guests to classic cocktails and signature light bites. Lorence Johnston of Lok Man Rare Books, curated an extensive library of rare books for guests to explore.
Alvin Hui and Dixon Ip of Sensory Zero offered freshly brewed artisanal coffee and treated guests to exclusive latte art. Local flower shop Rococo created custom Club Monaco inspired bouquets.
Pirate, local illustrator, personalized stationary with hand-picked quotes for guests as well as a live presentation of the Fall 2015 Collection, which was originally debuted at a private townhome on the Upper East side of Manhattan. On Saturday and Sunday, the market remained open for shoppers to experience and explore.
As the first fashion brand to create a concept shop inside the number one restaurant in the world, Noma, and the first brand to launch a coffee shop and bookstore within their global flagship in New York City, Club Monaco continued their unique lifestyle narrative with the launch of this best-of-Hong Kong market.
This was the first Club Monaco market concept to launch in Asia following the opening of the CM Market in Toronto this past August.
Club Monaco, the international lifestyle brand, connects fashion and design with real life. Each experience in store and online is innovative and singular. Whether creating or carefully curating its individual experiences, Club Monaco focuses on authenticity.
Club Monaco flagships are centers for discovery; each store design is bespoke and reflects the art, architecture and culture of its neighborhood. The flagships engage the customer and share with them the brands, artisans, items and ideas that inspire Club Monaco.
Effortless, cool and thoughtful women’s and men’s collections live alongside vintage handbags and watches, hard-to-find home objects, rare books on art and design, local coffee and food - all pillars of the Club Monaco lifestyle.