Giorgio Armani boutique opens at Takashimaya Shopping Centre in Singapore | SENATUS



Giorgio Armani boutique opens at Takashimaya Shopping Centre in Singapore

19 December 2023

By Tricia Oliviera

Giorgio Armani has opened the doors to its new boutique at Takashimaya Shopping Centre in Singapore, strengthening the presence of the brand in the vibrant fashion scene of Singapore.

The store concept has been specially designed by Giorgio Armani in collaboration with his team of architects and covers an area of approximately 185 square meters. The boutique is divided into four themed areas. The flooring in onyx and marble effect is coordinated with the silk wall coverings and the ceiling, which echo the colors and veining in the different areas within the boutique. The interior is punctuated by tables in resin with a fabric effect and platinum-colored metal, harmonizing with the surrounding color scheme of each room.

Housed within a distinctive architectural landmark in the heart of Orchard Road, Takashimaya Shopping Centre has over 130 specialty stores spanning six levels of shopping and dining. It provides the perfect setting for Giorgio Armani's new store.

With its prime location and luxurious ambiance, the store offers a unique shopping experience for discerning customers who appreciate fine fashion and impeccable service.

The boutique is dedicated to women’s and men’s clothing, accessories, and eyewear collections. The new retail location brings the total Giorgio Armani presence in Singapore to three, adding to Voco shopping mall and Marina Bay Sands.

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