Salvatore Ferragamo Re-opens Pacific Place Shop
Salvatore Ferragamo reopens Pacific Place shop reopens and encompasses a spacious 373 square meters and is fully renovated in a contemporary design, radiating an even more luxurious sense of charm and style than before.
The façade of bronze panels, strikingly illuminated by vertical strips of LED lights. This compellingly innovative artistry continues throughout the interior of the store.
Ranging from meticulously hand-painted designs on the walls to beautifully crafted velour couches in rooms individually curated with distinctive colour schemes to match the products, this new boutique makes shopping a truly wondrous experience.
To celebrate this momentous occasion, Ferragamo has specially curated a unique Ferragamo Studio Bag exclusively for Pacific Place. Beautifully presented in a black, red and creamy white base, the handbag will be limited to 18 units, which will be individually numbered on an embossed metal plate; a perfect item to match with an everyday ensemble.
During the re-opening of the store, Ferragamo also hosts a special showcase in Pacific Places’ ‘Shoes: Pleasure and Pain’ critically acclaimed exhibition, available between September 28 – October 28. The unique presentation will feature an ensemble of the brand’s most iconic pieces, highlighting the craftsmanship and innovation history.
In addition, the exhibition features Hong Kong singer and actress Karen Mok’s personal Ferragamo collection, include a pair of wedding shoes in which the brand customized for the star. The exhibition will be held between September 27-October 28.
During the exhibition period, Salvatore Ferragamo has brought to Pacific Place the ‘Creations’ Capsule, an exclusive collection bringing together a series of the brand’s best known historic designs. Styles include the iconic Rainbow wedge – a pair of platform heels with colorful layered platforms specially curated for Judy Garland, the Invisible Sandal – the award winning F-shaped wedge heel, and many more. Creations will be sold exclusively at Pacific Place for the first time during the exhibition period.