Versace has opened the doors of a new flagship store on Rue Saint Honoré
The 450 square metre store spans three floors and features the latest
women’s and men’s collections from the Italian luxury label.
Designed by renowned architect Gwenael Nicolas, the store is “envisioned
as a canvas that illustrates the brand’s artful creations” and features
white and grey marble floors, solid glass chandeliers, and elegant, fluted
walls in neutral tones.
“It’s such an exciting moment to open a new flagship in Paris, the heart
of Europe and the capital of fashion. We are back in Rue Saint Honoré after
a long time, opening a second boutique in the city of love,” creative
director Donatella Versace said in a statement.
She continued: “I admire Paris for its rich history and for the beauty
that only a capital of an empire can boast. I love the fact that you see
art everywhere you turn and its incredible history of couture. Just like
Versace, it mixes its classical heritage with modern trends, in a perfect
It comes in the same week Versace opened the doors of a new London