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  • The Burberry Scarf Bar
    The Burberry Scarf Bar, in-store and online, features a selection of over 30 colours, in classic and lightweight cashmere, including the iconic heritage shades – Camel, Stone, Charcoal, Navy and Parade Red. A monogramming service allows for personalisation of the expanded range of scarves with embroidery in over 30 shades of thread with up to three letters, in two font sizes. This service is available at their flagship store at Mall of the Emirates and their store at Dubai Mall.

  • The Burberry Scarf Bar
    The Burberry Scarf Bar, in-store and online, features a selection of over 30 colours, in classic and lightweight cashmere, including the iconic heritage shades – Camel, Stone, Charcoal, Navy and Parade Red. A monogramming service allows for personalisation of the expanded range of scarves with embroidery in over 30 shades of thread with up to three letters, in two font sizes. This service is available at their flagship store at Mall of the Emirates and their store at Dubai Mall.

  • Telluride Collection
    Bobbi Brown introduces The Telluride Collection, inspired by one of her favourite destinations. Nestled amongst soaring mountains in Colorado, Telluride is famous for its natural beauty, making it a constant source of inspiration for her. Each product in this collection is designed to deliver the gorgeous glow that the late afternoon sun in Telluride casts on the skin. Featuring the luminous shades of tawny nude, rose gold, and pink bronzy, this collection makes it easy to achieve that sought-after natural, sun-kissed glow. This look is perfect for summer and transitions beautifully

  • Telluride Collection
    Bobbi Brown introduces The Telluride Collection, inspired by one of her favourite destinations. Nestled amongst soaring mountains in Colorado, Telluride is famous for its natural beauty, making it a constant source of inspiration for her. Each product in this collection is designed to deliver the gorgeous glow that the late afternoon sun in Telluride casts on the skin. Featuring the luminous shades of tawny nude, rose gold, and pink bronzy, this collection makes it easy to achieve that sought-after natural, sun-kissed glow. This look is perfect for summer and transitions beautifully

  • Telluride Collection
    Bobbi Brown introduces The Telluride Collection, inspired by one of her favourite destinations. Nestled amongst soaring mountains in Colorado, Telluride is famous for its natural beauty, making it a constant source of inspiration for her. Each product in this collection is designed to deliver the gorgeous glow that the late afternoon sun in Telluride casts on the skin. Featuring the luminous shades of tawny nude, rose gold, and pink bronzy, this collection makes it easy to achieve that sought-after natural, sun-kissed glow. This look is perfect for summer and transitions beautifully

  • Telluride Collection
    Bobbi Brown introduces The Telluride Collection, inspired by one of her favourite destinations. Nestled amongst soaring mountains in Colorado, Telluride is famous for its natural beauty, making it a constant source of inspiration for her. Each product in this collection is designed to deliver the gorgeous glow that the late afternoon sun in Telluride casts on the skin. Featuring the luminous shades of tawny nude, rose gold, and pink bronzy, this collection makes it easy to achieve that sought-after natural, sun-kissed glow. This look is perfect for summer and transitions beautifully

  • Coach New Retail Concept Store
    Coach, Inc., unveils the company’s next generation retail concept at their flagship store in Dubai Mall. Coach Executive Creative Director Stuart Vevers, developed the new store design in partnership with world-renowned creative firm Studio Sofield, led by Designer and President William Sofield. Drawing from a wide range of influences, the concept places a premium on contrasting textures and luxe materials. The Coach Dubai Mall flagship store is a 1,850 square foot space, increasing the capacity by 25% allowing Coach to introduce new categories starting with their RTW debut. The store is the first Modern Luxury store in the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom center flagship store in Saudi Arabia being the first in the Middle East.

  • Coach New Retail Concept Store
    Coach, Inc., unveils the company’s next generation retail concept at their flagship store in Dubai Mall. Coach Executive Creative Director Stuart Vevers, developed the new store design in partnership with world-renowned creative firm Studio Sofield, led by Designer and President William Sofield. Drawing from a wide range of influences, the concept places a premium on contrasting textures and luxe materials. The Coach Dubai Mall flagship store is a 1,850 square foot space, increasing the capacity by 25% allowing Coach to introduce new categories starting with their RTW debut. The store is the first Modern Luxury store in the United Arab Emirates, the Kingdom center flagship store in Saudi Arabia being the first in the Middle East.

  • Longchamp Art Collaborations
    Under the general guidance of artistic director Sophie Delafontaine, Longchamp’s famous Le Pliage bag—a featherweight tote that folds upon itself to the size of a pocketbook—has become the perfect canvas for innovation. In 2004, the award-winning designer Thomas Heatherwick, who went on to create the London Olympic cauldron, used long ribbons of zipper to invent a bag that could change in size. That same year, the conceptual artist Tracey Emin conceived a limited edition, three-piece collection that alluded to her well-known quilts, which can be found in leading museums. To celebrate Le Pliage’s 20th anniversary last year, Sarah Morris, who explores the politics of architecture and cultural symbols in her paintings, transferred three original artworks onto Longchamp pieces.

  • Longchamp Art Collaborations
    Under the general guidance of artistic director Sophie Delafontaine, Longchamp’s famous Le Pliage bag—a featherweight tote that folds upon itself to the size of a pocketbook—has become the perfect canvas for innovation. In 2004, the award-winning designer Thomas Heatherwick, who went on to create the London Olympic cauldron, used long ribbons of zipper to invent a bag that could change in size. That same year, the conceptual artist Tracey Emin conceived a limited edition, three-piece collection that alluded to her well-known quilts, which can be found in leading museums. To celebrate Le Pliage’s 20th anniversary last year, Sarah Morris, who explores the politics of architecture and cultural symbols in her paintings, transferred three original artworks onto Longchamp pieces.

  • Fendi Boutique in Mall of the Emirates
    An intimate and grandiose atmosphere, showcasing precious materials and Italian design pieces, which are combined with the obsession for details of the Maison since 1925, pervades the new Fendi boutique in Dubai, located on the second floor of the Mall of the Emirates. The new Fendi home in Dubai is spread across one floor surprising visitors with a calibrated play on chromatic, architectural and material contrasts. The new store concept brings together the historical roots of Fendi’s legacy in refined craftsmanship. The Mall of the Emirates boutique is the first in the region to feature the Baguette Wall, a tribute to the iconic Fendi bag - presented on a wall composed of circa 40,000 golden spikes, creating a visual effect where the bags resemble trophies and matter seems to disappear in a cloud of shining lights.

  • Victoria Beckham at Boutique 1
    The luxury fashion retailer unveils a dedicated Victoria Beckham zone at its Mall of the Emirates’ flagship store. Overseen by London architect Farshid Moussavi, who designed the Victoria Beckham Dover Street store, elements of the interior design include concrete flooring, mirror stainless steel wall panels, a geometric walnut wooden bench and the brand’s signature gold zig zag rails. Cementing this flourishing partnership between her brand and Boutique 1, Victoria Beckham commented, “Boutique 1 have supported my brand since the beginning so I’m very excited to open my own space at their Dubai flagship. To have a space not only dedicated to my collections but that also reflects elements of my own flagship store in London is a great opportunity to showcase the brand through my eyes and learn more about my customer here".

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