Boutique openings roundup: Alexander Wang, Tom Ford, Lanvin

This month, Dior continued its series of store makeovers, New York fashion week brought new standalone stores (Alex Wang, A.P.C., Agent Provocateur) to the city, and Tom Ford and Lanvin landed on Rodeo Drive.

Dior
Hong Kong

Following eight months of expansion and renovation, Dior has reopened its Hong Kong flagship store. Made by American architect Peter Marino to resemble a luxurious apartment (a trend in luxury stores right now, as any visitor to the new Louis Vuitton stores will find), it includes an entire floor of bags, another one for ready-to-wear, knitwear, and shoes, and dedicated areas for Dior Homme, VIP shopping and cocktails to unwind after the shopping spree.

1, Peking Road, Shim Tsa Shui

http://www.dior.com


Trussardi 1911
Rome, Italy

Marking the fashion house's 100th anniversary, Trussardi 1911 has opened a new flagship on one of Rome's most prestigious shopping streets. The store sells the Trussardi 1911 collections of men and women's clothing, leather goods, and luggage; a limited edition of bags has also been released for the occasion.

Via dei Condotti 49/50

http://www.trussardi1911.com


Alexander Wang
New York, USA

The Big Apple's wonderboy has opened his first standalone store in SoHo. White marble floors, black leather couches, and a fox-fur hammock match his New York urban sportwear chic perfectly.

103 Grand Street, SoHo

http://www.alexanderwang.com


A.P.C.
New York, USA

The French label has come up with something special for its latest store: called A.P.C. Special, the boutique by Bleecker Street will feature something different every time you stop by, from overstock to limited editions.

92 Perry Street

http://www.apc.fr


Agent Provocateur

New York, USA

The opening of the typically boudoir-inspired boutique of the lingerie label was one of the highlights during New York fashion week, with new face of the brand, Josephine de la Baume (also known as the fiancée of Mark Ronson) hosting and London magazine mogul Jefferson Hack spinning the decks.
Agent Provocateur simultaneously opened a new store on Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles.

675 Madison Avenue

http://www.agentprovocateur.com


Tom Ford
Los Angeles, USA

The American designer has opened his second freestanding store in the US, which has been designed specifically to present his new womenswear line.

346 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

http://www.tomford.com


Lanvin
Los Angeles, USA

The French fashion house has also just landed on Rodeo Drive, offering everything from men's to women's wear, and from shoes to jewelry.

260 North Rodeo Drive, Beverly Hills

http://www.lanvin.com


Roland Mouret
London, UK

Arriving in the city's Mayfair district, Mouret's store will offer all of the designer's lines in addition to the store's limited edition, called Roland Mouret at 8 Carlos Place.

8 Carlos Place

http://www.rolandmouret.com

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