Bottega Veneta has announced the opening of its second Macau store, at One Central Macau, this December. The new 2,756 square foot store presents an extensive range of Bottega Veneta procucts, including men's and women's ready-to-wear garments, handbags, accessories, shoes, luggage, eyewear, home items, furniture and fashion jewellery.
The boutique features Bottega Veneta's signature store concept designed by Creative Director Tomas Maier. Every element of the boutique interior, from the handcrafted display cabinets to the door handles sheathed in leather, showcases Bottega Veneta's dedication to artistry and excellence. Notable design features include aerodynamically-shaped, vertical window louvres in palm wood and steel; finely crafted display counters; walls covered with ultra-suede; mohair furniture upholstery; and custom-dyed, pure New Zealand wool carpets. Muted, matte neutral and earth tones are used in the understated palette, intimate yet luxurious. The store is a reflection of Bottega Veneta's defining qualities: exceptional design, modern functionality, outstanding craftsmanship, and the use of the highest quality materials.
Located between Wynn Macau and MGM Grand Macau, One Central is one of the most significant architectural sites on the Macau Peninsula. It is also the area's premier shopping destination, with a wide range of top-tier international luxury brands, offering shoppers a truly extraordinary experience.
"We are delighted to open our second Macau store," says Creative Director Tomas Maier. "Macau is a vibrant destination with a diversity of attractions, with many cultural locations and a lot of historical charm. This new store enables us to offer Bottega Veneta's distinctive service and unique shopping experience to One Central's many visitors."
"Macau is one of the fast-growing retail markets in Asia and an increasingly important tourist destination," says Marco Bizzarri, president and CEO of Bottega Veneta. "One Central represents an exciting opportunity for Bottega Veneta as we continue to expand our presence in the region."