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Stuart Weitzman Launches New Retail Concept in Pacific Place

L2, 248

15 May 2019

Stuart Weitzman debuts its innovative new retail concept in Hong Kong with the opening of its boutique in Pacific Place on May 15.

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Stuart Weitzman, a global leader in designer footwear, operates 118 retail stores across North America, Europe and China. A luxury brand built upon the idea of creating a beautifully constructed shoe, Stuart Weitzman’s main objective has always been to merge fashion and function. 

The store design echoes the modern, feminine sensibility integral to the brand’s DNA: Soft textures are paired with refined finishes to create an appealing experiential juxtaposition, while discreet lighting softly illuminates smoked mirror perimeter walls. 

To mark the occasion, customers will be able to shop a new Pre-Fall 2019 metallic capsule collection before anyone else, available exclusively at the Pacific Place boutique. These standouts range from SW signature silhouettes — including the NUDISTSONG stiletto, the NUDISTDISCO, a reinterpretation of the iconic sandal set on a platform and the celebrity-favorite JEAN wedge — to new-season must-haves such as the GABBY ballet flat and the ESTARLA wedge. 

For more than 35 years, the red-carpet favorite brand has designed products that inspire women to feel beautiful on their own terms by mastering the art of melding fashion, function and fit. In every facet of the brand, its collaborative teams located all over the world are committed to creating luxurious accessories that women of all lifestyles and cultural backgrounds can rely on to take bold and inspiring steps in their own lives every day. The brand’s empowering approach to style has resonated globally, and this opening marks its fifth boutique in Hong Kong.

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